Welcome to the Port of Ridgefield:
Port of Discovery

The Port of Ridgefield welcomes you. Whether you are an entrepreneur on a quest to find the perfect place to start your business, a growing business exploring expansion opportunities or a multi-national corporation searching for your new headquarters' location and a better lifestyle for your employees, you are sure to end your journey here in the pristine Pacific Northwest. 

Take a moment to explore our site and discover for yourself why North Clark County, strategically located in southwest Washington State, should be at the top of your list of possibilities...

The Port of Ridgefield: Discover us!

Upcoming Events

Get Your Game & Paddle On!
There’s something for absolutely everyone on this fun-filled day downtown and on Lake River. Pancakes, paddling, BIG board and other games, beach volleyball, live music and more await event-goers. And the town turns game board for clue-seekers, with lots of prizes in store! Click here for a full schedule of events.

For more information about First Saturday events visit www.ci.ridgefield.wa.us. 


What's New

Our Spring Newsletter is Now Online 

Learn about how the Ridgefield Main Street Program is working to advocate for downtown, get a look at the ideas and information the port's new Partner Program is bringing, and more in our Spring 2016 newsletter. Click here to read the newsletter online.

Discovery Corridor a long I-5 poised for Growth
Port News

Port plans to 'light up' Discovery Corridor

Plan to build and lease fiber optic infrastructure to private companies is now under consideration.
Click here for the article

Port awarded $900,000 to complete Pioneer Street Rail Overpass Project
The last piece of funding for the Port of Ridgefield’s Pioneer Street Railroad Overpass Project will come from a $900,000 Railroad Safety Grant, which was announced Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Transportation.Click here for the article.

The Investment Case for Ridgefield

The Port and City of Ridgefield have been working together to better understand how to attract quality commercial development. Through knowledge gained by interviewing investors and developers, the two agencies collaborated to produce an informative handout that lines out the Investment Case for Ridgefield. Click here to view.

Port Closer to Landing WDF&W and its 100 Employees

The Port of Ridgefield recently announced it was named the “apparent successful proposer” by the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services for the construction and leasing of a 31,400 sq. ft. building to house the regional headquarters of the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife. Click here for the full story.