Pacific County is ready for business

Experience Our Unique Coastal Lifestyle

Come visit - then return to start or grow a business and buy your next home.

Pacific County spans 933 square miles of beaches, forests, farms, communities and tribal lands, and is home to 22,500 people. Nestled between two metropolitan urban areas, Pacific County is easily accessible from both Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon.

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Our Communities

Pacific County is close-knit and full of people who genuinely care about the community, environment, and local economy.

Explore the diverse business landscape

Pacific County is ready to do business! We’re proud that the majority of our local businesses are owner-operated. Small businesses, thriving marine industries, tourism destinations and a talented workforce make Pacific County the place to be.


Ports of Pacific County

The Ports of Pacific County are key economic drivers, creating family wage jobs and environmentally responsible industry. Our ports promote trade, tourism, economic development, infrastructure building, marine cargo, freight mobility, environmental sustainability, and community outreach.

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Port of Willapa Harbor

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Port of Peninsula

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Port of Ilwaco

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Port of Chinook

The Pacific County EDC is working for you

The mission of the Pacific County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) is to support and promote prosperity in Pacific County’s economic vitality. The PCEDC board has both public and private representation, and has been serving Pacific County for over 27 years.

The PCEDC’s public and private partners share the goal of becoming a prosperous county, preserving natural resources and optimizing Pacific County’s business environment. We supports efforts to increase community vitality, economic prosperity, environmental quality, and social fairness in Pacific County.

Featured Business

Creating a Local Food Resource in Pacific County

Located in the beautiful Naselle River Valley, Fred’s Homegrown Produce gives Pacific County restaurants and residents a chance to enjoy the benefits of fresh, local produce. The farm is also home to a salmon habitat restoration project that spans nearly 20 acres.

Membership has its benefits

For over 27 years, Pacific County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) has supported and promoted policies and activities that contribute to Pacific County’s economic vitality.

We’re just a telephone call away!

(360) 875-9330 North Pacific County
(360) 642-9330 South Pacific County











Come for the business opportunities, stay for the lifestyle.

When workers can live anywhere, many ask: Why Do I Live Here? Residents know why. Pacific County offers the perfect balance of working & playing in one of the most scenic parts of the world that offers a bounty of natural resources. Our testimonials reveal a population that cares for their community and environment.

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New Businesses

Helpful links to get your business off to a successful start.

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Live Here

Resources and testimonials on what it is like to live in Pacific County and how to successfully move in.

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Property Search

Easy search for both residential and commercial property.

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