In the April 23 meeting, the Port of Seattle Commission adopted a workplan for the Energy and Sustainability Committee that emphasizes sustainable aviation fuel and electrification. The priority goal is to be the greenest, most energy efficient Port in North America. Learn More
Learn about the iconic home to the North Pacific Fishing Fleet – Fishermen's Terminal – on a hugely popular walking tour. Steeped in maritime history dating back to 1911 when it was dedicated, Fishermen's is still an active contributor to the economic well-being of our region. Learn More
Cruise ships in Elliott Bay are a common sight in warmer months. But this bustling summer industry in Seattle has grown exponentially from its first home port ship in 2000 to more than 1 million passengers and millions more in economic activity today. Learn More
Did you know that each homeport cruise vessel call supports an average total of $4.2 million in economic activity to the region? That's a lot of coffee drunk, cheese, fruit, salmon, and other foods enjoyed, and artisan glass souvenirs bought – much of which benefits local businesses! Learn More
Five Commissioners, elected at large by the voters of King County, serve four-year terms and establish Port policy. Port Commission meetings are normally held at 12 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at either Pier 69 or Sea-Tac Airport. Since meeting times and locations are subject to change, please visit the meetings page for the most up-to-date information. Visit the Port's Commission page to learn more.
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