Port encourages full constituent involvement in all its
activities. To carry out this mission, the Port may:
acquire, sell, develop,
and lease land.
partner with other
private and public interests to build and operate
construct and maintain multimodal transportation
infrastructure such as roads, paths, parking, docks
and launch ramps.
improve and operate public parks and recreational
facilities and promote tourism.
The Port District covers much of the southern
portion of Skamania County.
14 businesses are located at the Port, employing
approximately 220 people. See Our
Tenants for more information.
The Port owns 162 acres in Stevenson and North
Bonneville including approximately 30,000 square feet
of commercial space and 120,000 square feet of industrial
use space. See Buildings & Land for properties available
Public access to recreational opportunities
is an important priority for the Port. The Port owns
and maintains approximately 6 acres of park land with
1.5 miles of waterfront in Stevenson, and has developed
1.1 miles of walking paths with interpretive signs and
amenities. The Stevenson Landing dock, parks, beaches,
and boat launch ramp facilities draw a variety of water-sport
enthusiasts and tourists helping to invigorate the local
economy. Further improvements are proposed within the
Scheme of Harbor Improvements.
In cooperation with the Skamania County Chamber
of Commerce and Economic Development Council, the Port
installed a live 24-hour video camera on the roof of
the Tichenor Building providing the world with a birds-eye
view of the beautiful Columbia River waterfront and
Stevenson Landing. Click here to