Welcome to The Port
The Port of Whitman County is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all citizens of Whitman County through industrial real estate development, preservation of multi-modal transportation, facilitation of economic development and provision of on-water recreational opportunities. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our port and the wonderful Palouse region we call home; a great place to live and a better place to work.
About the Port of Whitman
Whitman County Communities
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Want to see photos and video from the Snake River Family Festival 2017?
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Kristine Meyer appointed to District 2 Port Commission seat.
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3 commercial spaces for lease at the Pullman Industrial Park in Pullman, WA. For more details, click here!
The Port is now accepting applications for its 2017 Small Works Roster
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The Port is now accepting applications for its 2017 Professional Services Roster
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About the Port
The Port of Whitman County was formed by vote in 1958. The port's first major mission was to diversify the primarily agricultural economy of the county. The port has been growing ever since.
Law empowers Washington's ports with broad economic development authority to bring business and jobs to their communities. Almost every Washington port pursues an aggressive program of industrial and economic development to promote employment and otherwise enhance the economy of the district and state.
Ports may:
  • Develop lands for industrial and commercial needs
  • Provide general economic development programs
  • Buy lease and sell property
  • Provide air and water pollution control works
  • Operate trade centers and export trading companies
  • Establish and operate foreign trade zones
  • Build telecommunications infrastructure and provide wholesale telecommunications services
The Port of Whitman County is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all citizens of Whitman County through industrial real estate development, preservation of multi-modal transportation, facilitation of economic development and provision of on-water recreational opportunities.
Pullman Industrial Park
Located on Terre View Drive, just off State Highway 27 on the north end of Pullman, WA.
Attractive high-tech Industrial Park adjacent to Washington State University and within an easy drive of the University of Idaho. Tenants include R & D and light manufacturing firms.

100.5 acres of fully developed sites with streets and utilities. City water, sewer and roads extended to each site. Avista Utilities provides electrical and gas services. Verizon telephone service available as well as several telecommunication carriers. Wetland mini-park and trail located on site. Just 15 minutes from the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport.

Land available for lease or sale. Contact the port for details;
Current Tenants & Occupants:
  • Decagon Devices, Inc.
  • Palouse Discover Science Center
  • Digilent
  • Munir Daud and Associates
  • Metriguard
  • Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
  • Whitcom
  • Galexis Technologies
  • River Masters Engineering
  • Martonick and Snyder Law Offices
  • Palouse Conservation District
  • City of Pullman Fire Training Site
  • Amplicon Express
  • Washington Crop Improvement Association
Southeast Washington Economic Development Association
SEWEDA (Southeast Washington Economic Development Association) acts as the ADO (associate development organization) for Whitman, Asotin, Garfield and Columbia Counties and is the lead agency in each county for economic development. An ADO is designated by the board of county commissioners or the county council.

SEWEDA works in partnership with the Whitman County Commissioners and the Washington State Department of Commerce.
  • Business Planning
  • Entrepreneur Development
  • Export Assistance
  • Community Development Grant Opportunities
  • Workforce Development
  • Government Contract Procurement
  • Program and Project Development
SEWEDA Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy 2013-2017

The Whitman County Managing Director of SEWEDA is Sarah McKnight and she may be reached at 509-288-1317 or at whitman@seweda.org
The Port and Recreation
A Port district may construct, improve, maintain, and operate public park and recreation facilities when such facilities are necessary to more fully utilize boat landings, harbors, wharves ad piers, land, and water passenger and transfer terminals, waterways, and other port facilities authorized by law pursuant to the port's comprehensive plan of harbor improvements and industrial development.
Boyer Park & Marina
Just a short ride from Pullman or Colfax through the scenic Palouse farm country (driving directions), you will find Boyer Park and Marina, a 56 acre full service marina and campground on the scenic Snake River. From the awe inspiring views from the top of Almota grade to green shady lawns and campsites in the park istelf, Boyer Park is truly an oasis on the Snake. To go Directly to the park website click here.
Boyer Park features more than 150 slips for permanent or transient boat moorage, 28 shaded campsites for RV's with full and partial hookups, a small on-site motel and many tent sites, meeting a wide spectrum of camping and moorage needs. Camping at Boyer is open year-round and large groups are welcome. To see the maps for the main campground and the south campground click here. The Park has an onsite convenience store, restaurant, laundry room, restrooms, shower facilities and a good-sized swimming beach. Boat gas is available from a floating fuel dock.
The main administrative building features the park business office, a convenience store with basic foodstuffs and fishing supplies, a self-service refreshment and snack bar, and the new Snake River Bar and Grill. Eat lunch under the shady picnic shelter with a great view of the marina and majestic basalt cliffs of the Snake River Canyon. Too hot to stay in the campground? Boyer also features four comfortable hotel rooms with air conditioning, private baths and televisions.
The park also boasts the 3.5 mile Snake River Trail, a pedestrian and bike trail that stretches from historic Almota Creek, through Boyer Park and on to the base of Lower Granite Lock and Dam. Sit on a bench or at a picnic shelter and watch the river, observe the native wildlife, birds, and enjoy the view of the Lower Granite Lock and Dam while enjoying the peace and quiet of a walk on the trail.
Click here to see Chef Leo's Snake River Bar and Grill menu. This new restaurant at Boyer is truly worth the trip! Make sure to call for reservations at 509-397-3208.
Come visit us this year at scenic Boyer Park and Marina, truly an oasis on the Snake. Make your reservations today at (509)397-3208 or by visiting www.bpark.biz.
News & Events
Snake River Family Festival Update
The Snake River Family Festival took place on May 20th, 2017, at Boyer Park and Marina. Though a bit rainy at first, the skies cleared and over 400 people from across the region joined in the fun, food, educational displays and music.
Together, local port districts, wheat growers from Washington, Oregon and Idaho and additional river partners put on the Snake River Family Festival to highlight and celebrate the vibrant Snake and Columbia River system as an essential contributor to our region’s economy and quality of life.

Exhibitors highlighted the economic value of the river, clean energy production, salmon recovery and on-water recreational opportunities. Fin, the migrating salmon, on loan from the Washington State Salmon Coalition was a huge hit with the kids as was the 'wheat box' attraction and bouncy houses. The food was good, the lemonade amazing and the live music by Nicole Lewis and her band set just the right tone.

So, what’s next? Stay tuned as plans are made for 2018. Hope to see you on the river!

Click here for video highlights from the May 2017 festival.

Click here for a photo slide show of more 2017 festival fun.

Kristine Meyer appointed to District 2 Port Commission seat.
Kristine Meyer was appointed District 2 Port Commissioner on April 20th, 2017, at the regular port commission meeting. She will serve out the remaining term of Commissioner Dan Boone who served 17 years on the board and passed away on March 2, 2017. Kristine lives on a farm located between Pullman and Colton and is the Executive Director of the Avista Foundation. A short bio and email contact for Kristine are pending. Port commission and staff welcome Kristine to the port and look forward to working with her.

Contacting the Port
The Port of Whitman County
302 N. Mill Street
Colfax, WA 99111
The Port offices are open
Monday thru Friday
7:30 am to 4:30 pm
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