Voters approve the formation of the Port District and the first Port Commission takes office.
The Port begins purchasing land on Galvin Road for the construction of Park I.
Roger’s Machinery Company, Inc. becomes the Port’s first Tenant
The Port of Centralia is awarded “Port of the Year” from the Washington Public Ports Association.
The design for the Port of Centralia’s Administrative Office is complete and construction begins.
Construction begins for Steelhammer Lane and the rail transload facility on Galvin Road.
The Port Commission announces the formation of the new Park II development.
Plastic Services & Products, LLC locates its pip-manufacturing business to Park I
Two buildings are consitructed on Midway Court.
Port of Centralia completes transaction in Park II with development company Tarragon LLC.
Tarragon LLC begins construction of Michaels Distribution Center, Centralia Sawmill company, Scot Industries, and Mowat Construction.
The Port welcomes new tenants Opus NW. Sierra Pacific Industries acquires and expands the Centralia Sawmill Company plant.
Blue Rhino locates to Park I. Tarragon LLC begins construction of Lowe’s and Millard Refrigerated Services, Inc (Lineage Logistics) in Park II.
Sayler Custom Constrols and Quick Quotes, Inc. move to Park I.
Park I tenant Dick’s Brewing Company is named “Business of the Year” by the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce.
Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad moves its administrative headquarters to Park I.
The Port announces its new mixed-use development, Centralia Station.
Washington State Legislature awards $750,000 toward a Phase I stormwater facility to service Centralia Station.
The Benaroya Company purchases the Opus NW Site
Construction for the Centralia Station Phase I stormwater facility begins.
The Port’s Park I tenants are joined by 4Legz LLC, Building Material Distributors, and Milton Steel Company.
Linden Comansa America LLC moves their facilities to Park I.