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Aviation Division

The Aviation Division operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Sea-Tac is the 15th busiest passenger airport in the United States, serving 33 million passengers a year and moving more than 346,000 metric tons of air cargo annually. Mark Reis is Managing Director.

Capital Development Division

The newest port division, Capital Development oversees procurement and construction services, and includes the new Central Procurement Office. Ralph Graves is the Managing Director of the division, and Nora Huey is the Central Procurement Office Director.

Real Estate Division

This division’s mission is to improve the use of selected port assets to promote regional economic vitality, create jobs and generate new revenue. It also provides services and facilities for fishing, commercial and recreational boats at Fishermen's Terminal, the Maritime Industrial Center, Harbor Island Marina, Shilshole Bay Marina and Bell Harbor Marina. Joe McWilliams is Managing Director.

Seaport Division

The Seaport Division operates the nation’s 8th busiest marine container cargo and bulk cargo, grain terminal operations, and handles related terminal infrastructure maintenance. Cruise Services operates two passenger cruise terminals and other large vessel moorage facilities. Linda Styrk is Managing Director.

Corporate Departments

Other departments serving all divisions include Accounting and Procurement Services, Construction Services, Engineering, Executive, Finance and Budget, Government Relations, Human Resources and Development, Information Technology, Labor Relations, Legal, Police, Public Affairs and Social Responsibility.

Port of Seattle Values

paving the way

Environmental Stewards for Our Region

For a century, the Port of Seattle has been a steward of the environment, making every attempt to manage its properties in a sustainable manner. Partnerships play an important role in this effort: 
Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy
Lower Duwamish Waterway Cleanup Coalition
ABC Fuels Program


A source of possibility and strength.

At the Port of Seattle, diversity is viewed as a source of possibility and strength. It is not an initiative or campaign.
Rather, it is integral to policy, processes and programs that are woven into all daily activities within the port community.
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