Port News & Updates
December 19, 2018
$7.95 Million Investment Allocated to Port 2019 Dredging Project
The Port announced the allocation of $7.95M from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Work Plan. This appropriation advances a critical federal dredging project in 2019, supporting Port operations, ensuring continued ship access to the Port and furthering Port economic activity to the Silicon Valley region.

Dredging allows the Port to better support existing customers, grow operations serving larger cargo vessels in the future and move more cargo by ship, which takes trucks off the road, alleviating congestion and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. 

To learn more, go here . For more news announcements, go here . For information about the importance of dredging, check out this fact sheet .
New Website is Launched!
The Port of Redwood City announced the launch of a new agency website, reflecting the Port's position as a leading west coast foreign trade agency and maritime economic engine serving Silicon Valley.

The new website design features a robust search engine and interactive elements to provide easy navigation, including new fact sheets, a new facility map offering details about major Port tenants, land-uses and public amenities.

To learn more, go to the news announcement, here . Go  here  to check out the website!
Port Commissioners Kick-Off Strategic Visioning Process
Last week, the Port Commission kicked-off the Port's strategic visioning process by having an initial meeting with consultants to map out the process and next steps. The visioning process seeks to develop long-term goals and short-term priorities for Port operations.

Long-term goals include reconfirming the Port's business portfolio, establishing environmental stewardship goals, evaluating Port business diversification and more. A stakeholder engagement process will begin in early 2019.
Upcoming Holiday Closures
Happy Holidays from the Port to you and your loved ones!

The Port Administration Offices will be closed on Monday, December 24 to Tuesday, December 25 and will reopen on December 26. The Offices will also be closed Monday, December 31 to January 1, and will reopen again on January 2.

For more information about other holiday closures, go here . To contact the Port, go here .
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