Humboldt Bay Sediment Management ProjectNotice of Availability Draft Environmental Impact Report (SCH# 2018012052)
Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Humboldt Bay Sediment Management Project
Humboldt Bay Mariculture Prepermitting Project and Yeung Oyster Farm
New Office HoursStarting June 1, 2020 the office on Woodley Island will be open to the pubilc from 9:00 am to 11:00 am Monday through Friday.
Masks are required and one person is allowed in the lobby at a time.
We are happy to continue to assist you over the phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed from 12:00 - 1:00 pm for lunch).
Appointments can be made for in-person service outside the 9:00-11:00 service window by calling the office at (707) 443-0801.
New Aquaculture Lease at Redwood Marine Terminal II
Humboldt Bay Mariculture Pre-Permitting Project
Request for Letters of Interest
Letters of Interest are due by Friday, November 15, 2019.
The Request for Letters of Interest can be found in its entirety here
The Culture Description Guidance document can be found here
Contact Adam Wagschal with any questions (707) 443-0801 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for Proposals for the Lease of Redwood Marine Terminal IThe Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District is receiving bids for the Lease of Redwood Marine Terminal I; the RFP will remain open until awarded by the Board of Commissioners or closed by the Executive Director.
The Port is soliciting proposals for the development, use, and occupancy of Redwood Marine Terminal I. The long-term goal for the terminal is to repurpose the area into a Multipurpose Marine Terminal to support the proposed offshore wind energy development which is proposed by the federal Bureau of Offshore Energy Management (BOEM) 30 miles offshore of Humboldt Bay and other maritime industries.
The RFP can be found here.
The RFP Addendum can be found here.
The previous EIR is located here.
Commerce, Recreation, and ConservationHumboldt County's tidelands, bays, and estuaries have unique and diverse management needs. The Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District was created in 1973 to address these needs. The District oversees planned development of the harbors and ports within its boundaries, as well as protection of the natural resources located here. It is a countywide agency with permit jurisdiction over all tide, submerged and other lands granted to the District, including all of Humboldt Bay. For more info please visit our District overview page.
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The new Humboldt Alert System is here!
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