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About Port of Olympia
The Community Headquartered in Olympia, Washington the Port of Olympia serves the Thurston County community in a variety of ways, leading and participating in many of the area’s economic development efforts. Olympia is the capital of the state of Washington, the county seat of Thurston County and is the southern gateway to Puget Sound’s metropolitan region. It is home to a wide variety of industries, including state government, health care, retail, military, education, construction, farming, fishing, and logging, and has an active arts community. With an economic engine fueled to a great extent by state government, as well as three higher education institutions, Olympia enjoys the benefits of a stable workforce, an engaged and educated community, and a well-supported school system. The region has a wide array of public parks and nature conservation areas. Majestic Mount Rainier and the rugged Cascade Mountains are nearby to the east, while the Pacific Coast is just an hour drive to the west. Blessed with a year-round mild climate, outdoor activities can be enjoyed almost any day, and the nearby mountains offer many opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, cross-country... skiing, snowmobiling, and mountain climbing. Located on Budd Inlet, the southernmost point of Puget Sound, the area offers significant opportunities for a diversity of water enthusiasts. Historic downtown Olympia offers a variety of eclectic shopping and dining experiences, while Olympia's Westside is a regional shopping destination with numerous national brand stores and the auto mall. The Organization Established in 1922, the Port of Olympia has a proud history in Thurston County. The Port serves the community by promoting trade, supporting family-wage jobs, and improving the environment. Today, more than 5,000 jobs and nearly $715.5 million in economic activity in Thurston County depend on the Port of Olympia. The Port of Olympia is governed by three elected Commissioners who set policies and objectives. Each commissioner represents a district within Thurston County and serves a fouryear term. The commissioners appoint the Port’s Executive Director, who is responsible for the ongoing management of the Port’s enterprises and facilities. The Port of Olympia operates with 49 FTEs utilizing 2022 budgeted operating revenues of $14,352,204 and a capital budget of $2,871,726. The Port’s departments and business units include Operations (Marine Terminal, Airport, Swantown Marina and Boatworks, and Unified Maintenance), Business Development and Real Estate, Executive Services (Communications, Marketing and Government Affairs, Planning and Environmental, and Administrative Services) and Finance. From the commercial center at NewMarket Industrial Campus and the diversified specialty Marine Terminal, to the vibrant Swantown Marina and Boatworks and the strategically located Olympia Regional Airport, the Port of Olympia is committed to fostering economic growth of the South Puget Sound region and serving the needs of global customers. The Port values its relationships with the community, customers, Squaxin Island Tribe, Nisqually Indian Tribe, Chehalis Tribe, municipal governments, Joint Base Lewis–McChord (JBLM), and many regional economic development partners. To learn more about the Port of Olympia, please visit
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