MARCH 31: To help control the spread of COVID-19, Port of Vancouver USA’s administrative office will be closed through April 24, 2020. Port terminal operations are not affected by this office closure. We will continue to provide updates as we adapt to this evolving situation. Click here to view our COVID-19 FAQ Response page.
HOLIDAY CLOSURE – CESAR CHAVEZ’S BIRTHDAY – March 31 – The Port of Vancouver USA will be closed for receipt and delivery of cargo on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 in observance of Cesar Chavez’s Birthday. This day is considered a longshore holiday in accordance with applicable ILWU/PMA labor agreements, and overtime rates will apply. Vessel activity will not be interrupted.
The Port of Vancouver taxing district encompasses an area of 111 square miles with a population of approximately 313,000. This area is divided into three separate commissioner districts, with one commissioner representing each district. Currently, Don Orange represents District 1, Eric LaBrant represents District 2 and Jack Burkman represents District 3.
As required by Washington State law (RCW Title 53.16 and Title 29A.76), the Port of Vancouver modified its commissioner districts in August 2011 to better reflect the results of the 2010 census. With assistance from the Clark County Elections Department, adjustments were made to district boundaries that reduced minor disparities in population that had occurred over time. The current district population numbers as of Jan. 2017 are as follows:
Download a copy of the Port of Vancouver district map under the maps heading on the right.