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Stan Hatfield Energy Innovation District

The Port acquired a 30 acre former sawmill site located at the confluence of the South Fork of the Willapa River. The park is located just north of US 101 in Raymond and is accessed from Wilson Street. The Port leases a kiln and planer facilities to a regional sawmill. The former mill machine shop has been completely renovated and now accommodates an e-merchant and marijuana production.


Port Facilities

  • Sawmill Facilities
  • Three Dry Kilns including infeed and out feed decks (outfeed covered)
  • Planer and sorting room
  • Machine Shop – Commercial/Industrial Space
  • Industrial Building – 1500 sf
  • Vacant Developable Property
  • Office

Current Utility Services

Power Pacific County PUD #2
Water City of Raymond
Sewer
City of Raymond

Opportunity for New Development

There is significant opportunity for small manufacturing business development. The Energy Innovation District will allow the circulation and sharing of waste heat energy.


Opportunity for Property Expansion

The Port will continue to acquire the remaining approximately 2 acres of residential properties located along Peters and Bradford Streets as they become available.


Recreational Facilities/Opportunities

The Willapa Hills trail is routed along the southerly and westerly perimeter of the industrial park.  There is a small public road side park facility located on US 101.   Nearby services such as grocery shopping, fast food and service station will help the public explore the local area.


Future Opportunities

The Port is currently working with AMKO Hardwoods to update and expand kiln and sawmill facilities and to include pellet manufacturing.


Current Tenants

Tenants Uses
Two Heads Cannabis
Gray Gate
e-merchant
AMKO Hardwoods
Wood Products
South Fork Business Park Administrative Offices


AMKO Hardwoods Kiln, Pellet mill, small log mill (proposed)