The port’s Winter 2017 newsletter is now available online. Also find a print version in the Wed., January 11 issue of the Reflector. Or, pick up a copy at the port offices or around town at one of many business locations. In this issue learn about the meeting of 3 ports and WSU’s [...]
Business & Real Estate
North Clark County is ripe for development, with vacant land zoned for industry, commercial businesses and residential projects. In addition, when you become a part of the port, you join forces with a community of like-minded officials, business owners, and a local labor force who all share the same goal: to promote economic freedom and development.
Promoting Economic Growth Since 1940
The Port of Ridgefield was established in 1940 as a visionary community effort to promote the growth of local businesses, the provision of quality jobs, and the development of this rich and rewarding landscape and waterfront. Since then, the port has undertaken multiple development projects, including the Discovery Corridor, and continues to welcome businesses of all types to the area.
Tax incentives, proximity to I-5 and the Portland/Vancouver Metro Area, and an enthusiastic labor force make the port an incredibly appealing place to start or grow a business.
About The Port
If you’re looking for incredible outdoor activities to delight your family and friends, look no further than the Pacific Northwest! The National Wildlife Refuge is nestled in the very heart of Ridgefield, as is the renowned Tri-Mountain Golf Course.
For more information on the incredible offerings in our area, visit our Recreation page.
Looking to work and live in a town that offers pastoral quiet with close proximity to the bustling art districts of Portland and Vancouver? Ridgefield is the place for you!
Individuals and families can reap the benefits of small-town living, free from the stress and congestion of city life, with shopping, fine dining, ballet, theater, and professional sports just a quick drive away!