Strengthening Communities and Growing Washington's Economy
The Department of Commerce is the one agency in state government that touches every aspect of community and economic development: planning, infrastructure, energy, public facilities, housing, public safety and crime victims, international trade, business services and more. We work with local governments, tribes, businesses and civic leaders throughout the state to strengthen communities so all residents may thrive and prosper.
Building Urban Residential Capacity Grants
Home Energy Assistance Program
The Legislature established the Library Capital Improvement Program in 2019 to help with acquisition, construction and renovation of aging library facilities. This program will allow libraries to apply for grants to improve or replace facilities. Applications will only be accepted through ZoomGrants. Applications will be open: March 17 at 8 a.m. Applications must be submitted by May 15 at noon. *Please note the revised application opening and submission dates. Eligible applicants are
Commerce and Port of Bellingham today announced that Silfab Solar, North America’s leading solar manufacturer, has committed to expanding its current operations on the Bellingham waterfront.
Updated web portal with user-friendly design features and more educational resources helps owners of small businesses and individuals easily shop for affordable, state-verified retirement savings plans.