UPDATED 3/26: 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.
The Port of Vancouver USA’s April 15 lecture and April 25 public tour have been postponed as a precautionary measure in response to COVID-19. Port leadership will monitor recommendations by health care professionals in the coming weeks, and will decide whether or not to postpone additional tours and lectures.
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.
Our connection to the world creates possibility right here at home. For over 100 years, the Port of Vancouver has brought economic opportunity and the benefits of global partnerships to our region.
Whether through creating jobs, bringing new business to Vancouver, taking a proactive approach to environmental stewardship or creating a new destination waterfront for everyone to enjoy, we are always finding innovative ways to help our community open doors, put people to work and connect to what’s possible.
As a public entity, we understand that our community has a vested interest in how the port operates and grows—it’s your port, too! You can learn more about the port and get involved by attending port public meetings, taking a port tour, connecting with us on social media or inviting a port representative to attend your group meeting. Let us know what’s on your mind—get in touch with us today.