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Stockton Port District


Address 2201 W Washington St
PO Box 2089
Stockton, CA 95203

Phone: (209) 946-0246

Contact: Melanie Rodriguez

The Stockton Port District is a deep-water seaport located seventy-five miles inland from San
Francisco, in the agricultural heartland of California in San Joaquin County. The District owns
and operates docks, transit sheds, and warehouses which are used to load and unload cargo
from ships, barges, trucks, and railroads, and to store cargos. Cargos handled by the District
include various dry and liquid bulk commodities, general cargos, and project cargos. Some of
the commodities handled at the District include steel products, rice, cement and slag, sulfur,
gypsum, fertilizers, molasses, coal, edible oils, and ammonia. The District also leases land and
warehousing facilities to a number of diverse tenants. District operations are self-supporting
and receive no direct tax subsidies.

1. Formed in 1932.

2. Enabling Act: California Harbors and Navigation Code, Sections 6200 to 6372.

3. Governing Body: Three are appointed by the Board of Supervisors and four appointed
by the Stockton City Council serving 4 year terms.

4. No. on Governing Body: 7

5. Meeting Schedule: First and third Mondays of each month at 3:30 pm at 2201 W
Washington St. Stockton.

6. Financial Report: Click Here