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  1. Mount Baker

    Welcoming the expected arrival of the Mount Baker

    The Mount Baker, a Weyerhaeuser vessel, is expected to arrive at the Port of Olympia's Marine Terminal on February 15, 2018. After loading cargo (logs), it's scheduled to depart around February 21, 2018. Additional Info...
  2. Global Endeavor

    Welcoming the Expected Arrival of the Global Endeavor

    The Global Endeavor, a Weyerhaeuser vessel, is expected to arrive at the Port of Olympia's Marine Terminal on February 10, 2018. After loading cargo (logs), it's scheduled to depart around February 15, 2018. Additional Info...
  3. East Bay Trail

    Billy Frank Jr. Waterfront Project Open House Public Comment Summary

    The Port of Olympia, Squaxin Island Tribal Council and Frank Family are jointly working on a proposed project to name the Port's East Bay Trail and NorthPoint Park after the late Billy Frank Jr. Read the Summary of Public Comments Received
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    Port Commission Welcomes New Members to Citizens Advisory Committee

    The Port of Olympia Commission is happy to welcome four new members to the Port of Olympia Citizens Advisory Committee (POCAC). Commission approved to increase the number of members from twelve to thirteen at the January 8, 2018 Commission meeting. Additional Info...
  5. Harbor Patrol

    Port Invites Applications for Harbor Patrol Volunteers

    Port of Olympia is accepting applications for its Volunteer (not paid) Harbor Patrol Program. Candidates must apply with Port’s online system by Jan. 22nd. Additional Info...
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  1. Returning Your Investment - Port Plaza
    The Port of Olympia was established by public vote in 1922 to stimulate economic activity and secure a role for our local communities in national and international trade. For the past 95 years, the Port has fulfilled its role as an economic development agent while also reinvesting proceeds into the development and maintenance of some of our community's most treasured spaces and places.
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