The port’s 108-acre Centennial Industrial Park (CIP) features 11 acres that are now ready-to-build and available for lease. An adjacent 50 acres of land — ideal for light industry or advanced manufacturing — are available for future development. Infrastructure improvements are complete, underground utilities, roads and sidewalks are in place, and a state-of-the-art storm water management system is ready for new tenants.


Centennial Industrial Park has 11 acres ready-to-build and available for lease


  • Platted site—ready for final site design
  • Favorable tax structure
  • Business incentives available
  • Site located within HUBZ of SBA
  • Eligible for New Markets Tax Credit financing
  • Foreign Trade Zone #296 designation


  • Two miles from Interstate 5
  • Served by State Route 501/Mill Plain Blvd., a major freight corridor
  • Proximity to deep-draft shipping channel
  • Dual-carrier rail service—BSNF & Union Pacific
  • Progressive renewable energy environment
  • Rail transload center nearby

Size and Zoning

  • 11 acres shovel-ready
  • 50 acres adjacent; preliminary planning underway
  • Zoned Light Industrial
  • Vested Development Agreement with the City of Vancouver


  • State-of-the-art stormwater facility
  • Potable water—City of Vancouver
  • Sewer with industrial capacity—City of Vancouver
  • Electrical—Clark Public Utilities
  • Fire Protection—hydrants located on-site
  • Special resource for process water @ 2500 gpm


Director of Business Development
Mike Schiller
Chrissy Lyons
Commercial and Industrial Sales Manager
Chrissy Lyons
Real Estate Specialist
Angie Hanslovan