The Port is the location for public events and festivals featuring visits by historic ships and sailing vessels. Each spring the Port is the location for the "Opening Day" of the boating season in the South Bay. In addition, crew boat races, Hawaiian Outrigger canoe races, and sailing regattas are regularly held on the Port's waterfront. 

Join the Port at this year's 10th Anniversary of PortFest 2019 on October 5! PortFest, a daylong water festival held annually on the first Saturday of October, is a free public celebration of the working and recreational waterfront. It welcomes the community to learn about the maritime heritage of the Port, the industrial working waterfront, as well as participate in recreational activities on the San Francisco Bay. 

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While in use since 1851, the Port of Redwood City was founded by City Charter in 1937. The Port serves Silicon Valley as the only natural, deep-water port in the San Francisco Bay. The Port has more than one mile of waterfront public access, walkways and viewing areas.



675 Seaport Blvd.
Redwood City, CA 94063

Administrative Office hours have changed. New hours are Monday to Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. & Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with certain Friday closures. Go here for more.

(650) 306-4150


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