Serving Global Shippers and the Local Community

The Port is located at 675 Seaport Blvd. Redwood City, CA 94063
Contact us at Ph. 650-306-4150 Fax 650-369-7636 or by email to portofrc@redwoodcityport.com

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The Port of Redwood City, the only deepwater port in South San Francisco Bay, provides berths for dry bulk, liquid bulk, and project cargoes, along with unparalleled recreational opportunities and access to San Francisco Bay.

 

 

 

 

 

Latest News ...

 

Port Stands Ready to Help Chronicle Editorial Goals

Nor Cal Divisional High School Regatta

DREDGING SAFETY NOTICE TO RECREATIONAL BOATERS

Currents October/November
"Two Dredging Projects Scheduled To Begin In November"

1st Quarter Tonnage & Vessel Report FY2016

US Coast Guard Cutter Sockeye Coming For Tours at PortFest, Saturday, October 3rd

Addendum #1 for The Port of Redwood City Maintenance Dredging Wharves 1-4 Project

Addendum #2 Streambed Alteration Agreement for The Port of Redwood City Maintenance Dredging Wharves 1-4 Project

2015 4th Quarter & Annual Tonnage Report

NOTICE INVITING BIDS for the aintenance Dredging Wharves 1-4 Project

Wharves 1-4 Maintenance Dredging Project 2015 Contract Documents

Wharves 1-4 Maintenance Dredging Project Plans FULL SIZE issued for Bid 8/27/2015

Notice of Preparation/Notice of Scoping Session for the Wharves 1&2 Redevelopment Project (Phase2)

Initial Study for the Wharves 1&2 Redevelopment Project (Phase2)

August 4th Currents Newsletter

Port Annual Tonnage Press Release

Recommended $73 Million Plan for Redwood City Navigation Improvement Program; Public Hearing Set for August 10

Notice of Availability of Environmental Report And Notice of Public Hearing - Redwood City Navigation Improvement Project

U.S. PORTS BENEFIT ECONOMY

4th of JULY AT THE PORT!

County History Museum Unveils Two New Paintings Depicting Historic Scenes at Port of Redwood City

See Port's Public Access Improvements

New Exhibit of Maritime History of S.M.County includes History of Port

Phase 1 of Critical Channel Deepening Project Completed

Bair Island Restoration Updates