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PORT Partners 

The Port of Redwood City partners with various local, state and federal agencies in its management of the 120 acres of Port property. The list below highlights some of the Port's major partners. We collaborate with our partners to support operations, further economic activity to the Silicon Valley and beyond, and prepare to keep our region safe in an emergency. Learn more about these efforts in our Port of Redwood City Emergency Preparedness fact sheet.

Federal Emergency Management Agency

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) directly supports maritime transportation infrastructure security activities of the Port. FEMA also provides Port Security Grant Programs, preparing communities for emergency and natural disasters.

California Marine Affairs and Navigation Conference


A consortium of California harbors, ports and marine interest groups that advocates the state legislature and congressional delegation for the maintenance and improvement of harbors, ports, and navigation projects to make sure California's maritime interests are supported by the federal and state government to the greatest extent possible. 

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The United States Army Corps of Engineers supports Port operations, ensuring continued access to the Port and furthering Port economic activity in Silicon Valley region.


Maritime Administration is a transportation planning partner of the Port. Its programs promote the use of waterborne transportation and its seamless integration with other segments of the transportation system.

Bay Planning Coalition

Provides advocacy and facilitation to  advance  a strong industrial economy that supports a sustainable environment within the San Francisco Bay and its watershed. 

Seaport Industrial Association

A Redwood City business association, providing infrastructure for the Peninsula.

Association of Pacific Ports (APP)


Trade and information association for promoting increased efficiency and effectiveness of the ports of the Pacific. APP programs are aimed at enhancing the technical and governance expertise of commissioners and other port officials.

U.S. Geological Society

San Francisco Bay marine research vessel, The Peterson, is home based at the Port.

American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA)

Represents more than 130 public port authorities in the US, Canada, Caribbean and Latin America Keep your visitors in the know.  AAPA provides advocacy and effective public outreach to influence seaports' most urgent public policy issues. 

California Association of Port Authorities

Comprised of the state's 11 publicly-owned commercial ports, CAPA is dedicated to maintaining a vigorous and vital port  industry and vital port industry in California. 

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