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Opportunity Happens Here!

Port of Benton drives economic growth, trade and tourism by providing quality infrastructure, facilities, land and multimodal transportation for businesses and the community. If you are starting a new business, relocating and need space to grow or planning an expansion, opportunity happens here.

Port District at a Glance:

$ 1  Million

in Payroll Revenue Generated Annually in the Port District

1  Jobs

Direct & Indirect by Port District Companies

$ 1  Million

in Revenues by Companies in Port Facilities = 5% of Benton County Economy

$ 1  Million

in Value-Added Agriculture Contributed Annually to the Gross State Product by Port Facilities

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Port District Highlights

Watch the Robert L. Ferguson Community Tribute

The Port honored community economic development champion, Robert L. Ferguson on Thursday, July 6 at 2 p.m. Watch the tribute here.

Robert L. Ferguson Community Tribute

Watch Here

2024 Rail Crossing Replacement Projects

In 2024, the Port plans to replace rail crossings and perform track maintenance at the SR 240, Saint Street and Airport Way crossings.

2024 Rail Crossing Replacement Projects

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Port Partners with WSU Tri-Cities

The Port has partnered with WSU Tri-Cities to offer Cougar Tracks, a collection of online and on-demand courses designed to help individuals take their careers to the next level.
Learn more about scholarship opportunities and how to sign-up for Cougar Tracks continuing education courses.
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You're in Good Company.

Port of Benton is home to companies that are leading advancements in science, technology, research and development, advanced manufacturing, value-added agriculture, clean energy and more.

Closed, but still awesome.

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  • Third Monday of January (Martin Luther King Day)
  • Third Monday of February (President’s Day)
  • Last Monday of May (Memorial Day)
  • Fourth day of July (Independence Day)
  • First Monday in September (Labor Day)
  • Eleventh day of November (Veteran’s Day)
  • Fourth Thursday in November (Thanksgiving Day)
  • The day immediately following Thanksgiving Day
  • Twenty-fifth day of December (Christmas Day)