Doing Business With PGH
Port of Grays Harbor Mission
To best utilize our resources to facilitate, enhance and stimulate international trade, economic development and tourism for the betterment of the region.
Partnering for a Stronger Economy
Strengthening the economy on Washington's Pacific Coast means attracting economic activity that creates jobs and investment in our local communities. Grays Harbor has a number of highly skilled businesses eager to put their services, products and expertise to work.
The Port of Grays Harbor encourages businesses to participate in our public bidding contracts and on the Small Works Roster.
Contracts & Reports
Small Works Roster
As a public agency, the Port must follow Washington State laws as it relates to bidding contracts.
For projects under $300,000, the Port uses a Small Works Roster, a list of responsible contractors who have submitted an application to be considered for small public works projects. Both formal projects (full plans and specs) and informal projects (painting, general maintenance, etc) are eligible. Small Works applications are kept for two years and can be easily resubmitted.
The Port of Grays Harbor encourages qualified local contractors to submit a Small Works Roster Application.