Port of West Sacramento
Mike Luken, Port Manager
1110 West Capitol Avenue
West Sacramento, CA 95691
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The inland Port of West Sacramento is located 79 nautical miles northeast of San Francisco, and is centered in one of the richest agricultural and industrial regions in the world. We provide our customers with a full array of services with our commitment to provide efficient, affordable and environmentally responsible Goods Movement centered around the Maritime Industry.
The Sacramento-Yolo Port District was established in 1947 and the Port (known as the Port of Sacramento until 2009) opened in 1963. The City of West Sacramento assumed responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the Port in 2006.
REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF INTEREST
CARGO FACILITY USERS, MARITIME TERMINAL OPERATORS, AND REAL ESTATE DELVEOPERS
The Port of West Sacramento and City of West Sacramento are in the process of re-evaluating the Port's current operations through a new Business Plan. The overall goal of the Plan is to implement a new operating model that makes the Port financially self-sufficient while remaining a long-term economic asset for the City and the greater Sacramento region.
Please click HERE to access the RFI.
The Port provides economic and recreational benefits to the City of West Sacramento. Those benefits include providing several thousand jobs associated with the Port and Goods Movement, as well as easy access for Northern California Farmers. The Port currently handles a variety of bulk, break-bulk and project cargos, including agricultural products (rice, wheat, corn, fertilizer, seed pellets, oats, barley, safflower, almonds and fish meal), industrial products (lumber, wood chips, cement, sand/aggregate, minerals/ore, metals, newsprint, clay, wood pellets and bio-fuels) and project cargos (wind turbines, mining equipment, transformers, machinery, generators, heavy lifts and steel).
The Port also provides recreational opportunities through walking trails and boat clubs. You can find information on recreation at the Port here.
Port Cargo Analysis presented at the December 5th Port Commission meeting here.
Port Budget Update presented at the November 14th Port Commission meeting here.
View our Port brochure click here.
|May 23, 2013|
The Sacramento-Yolo Port Commission has approved a new master lease of its West Sacramento maritime facilities with SSA Pacific, Inc. (SSA). The new lease, which takes effect July 1, 2013, replaces an existing Terminal Operations Management Agreement with SSA.
|June 22, 2011|
The State of California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) has awarded the City of West Sacramento $2,488,625 in federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to provide public infrastructure in support of a new metals recycling facility proposed for the Port of West Sacramento. The project is expected to generate jobs for local residents.
|October 25, 2010Groundbreaking Event at the Port of Stockton |