The Port of Redwood City collaborates with over 100 tenants ranging from water recreation, major import and export agencies, and community partners. The list below references just a small selection of the Port's major tenants.

International Materials, Inc. 

Imports nearly 100 thousand tons of bauxite for use in local cement kilns.

Cemex Aggregate

Recycles concrete and asphalt and imports construction aggregates.

Pabco Gypsum

Supplies gypsum that is used to make wallboard for the Bay Area building industry.

Sims Metal Management

Recycles more than 300,000 tons of vehicles per year and exports the shredded scrap metal.

 These buildings form an office complex of 90,000 square feet with 250/300 office workers


Portside I & II 

Operates a retail store for the sale of water recreation equipment, including rentals and lessons.

California Canoe & Kayak 

Includes an active cruising fleet, small & large boat racing, and award-winning junior sailing program.

Sequoia Yacht Club 

A 12,000 sq.ft. state-of-the-art meeting and training facility.

Seaport Conference Center


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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