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You have sailed into the official site of the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District. Humboldt Bay is the only deep-water port on California's North Coast, serving as a major transportation link between the Pacific Northwest and the entire world. As California's second largest natural bay, Humboldt Bay also overflows with a wide range of natural resources, recreational activities, commercial fishing opportunities,
and conservation programs.

As you navigate your way through this site, discover how the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District balances the conservation of natural resources with the enhancement of commerce through its three divisions: Port of Humboldt Bay, Woodley Island Marina, and Resource Conservation.

CURRENT ITEMS OF INTEREST

RFQ for Planning and Engineering Services at Redwood Terminal 2

FY 2015-16 Preliminary Budget

RFP for Redwood Marine Terminal Berth 1 Electrical Power Restoration

Eureka Cold Storage Survey

Permit 15-01 PG&E Humboldt Bay Power Plant Final Restoration Plan
Permit 15-02 Chevron Eureka Terminal Repair Project - Float Removal
Permit 15-03 HB National Wildlife Refuge White Slough Tidal Wetlands Restoration Project Application

HB Sea Level Rise Adaptation Planning Project - Update April 2015

HB Mariculture PrePermitting Project - Draft EIR - January 15, 2015
Coast Seafoods Permit Draft Initial Study
HB Water Trails Project Initial Study & Proposed MND
HB Water Trails Project Notice of Intent to Adopt Negative Declaration

Employment Application