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21 MarPort of C-W’s vision for waterfront project takes shape


After a year-plus of discussing ideas for how the 40-plus acres of waterfront property should be developed, and what that should look like, the port received a 3-D rendering of its Washougal Waterfront Vision and Master Plan from Hansen-Design President David Hansen earlier this month.

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02 FebPort focuses on waterfront development


“It will improve revenue flow [for the port],” he said during the commission’s strategic and capital planning retreat Jan. 27, at The Heathman Lodge. “The waterfront will have the biggest impact on the community. It will bring jobs, and Washougal needs the sales tax.”

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26 OctStrange Bedfellows Make Trail Dreams Come True


Last month, I was at a dedication of a new addition to the Port of Camas-Washougal. Local politicians and economic development folks filled the tent and honestly, it was the type of event that a conservation leader like me is not typically asked to attend. But this was not a typical port dedication.

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22 SepWashougal Waterfront Park and Trail Grand Opening


Tomorrow the Port of Camas-Washougal will celebrate the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of the Washougal Waterfront Park and Trail. MFA is excited to see this project completed, which began with an Integrated Planning Grant that MFA assisted the Port in receiving from the Washington State Department of Ecology.

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18 JunCamas-Washougal port eyes waterfront options


June 18–If they wait a while, carefully pick the right strategy and if they hit the right market conditions, the Port of Camas-Washougal and a private developer may be able to transform 40 acres of waterfront property into a profitable destination point that draws visitors from the Portland-Vancouver region.

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16 MarWashougal’s waterfront vision Port of C-W, city, PSU students team on plan to link parcel, downtown


The Port of Camas-Washougal’s plan to transform 40 acres of waterfront property into a pleasant mix of recreational amenities and residential, commercial and office buildings is no rush job.

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