John McCarthy Dick Marzano Deanna Keller Don Meyer Kristin Ang


The Port of Tacoma is lead by five commissioners who are elected to four-year terms by the voters of Pierce County.

The commission hires the executive director, sets policy and strategic direction, and approves all major expenditures. The Port is an independent municipal corporation that operates under Title 53 of the Revised Code of Washington and is classified as a special purpose district.

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Commission meetings

Meetings are streamed live on the web and archived for later viewing.

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Public comments

We want to hear from you! The commission invites comments from the public during meetings.

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2021-2026 Strategic Plan

The Port's mission has always been promoting economic prosperity through the advancement of maritime trade and growth in the regional economy.

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Performance

Track the Port's financial performance through our regular filings.

Attending Commission Meetings

2022 Regular Meetings: 
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The Commission holds regular public meetings on the 3rd THURSDAY of the month
  -Fabulich Center, Room 104: 3600 Port of Tacoma Rd., Tacoma, WA
  -12:00 Noon

2023 Regular Meetings: 
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The Commission will hold regular public meetings on the 3rd TUESDAY of the month
  -Fabulich Center, Room 104: 3600 Port of Tacoma Rd., Tacoma, WA
  -12:00 Noon

2023 Quarterly Extra Meetings: 
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The Commission will hold extra public meetings quarterly on the 1st THURSDAY of February, May, September & November
  -Fabulich Center, Room 104: 3600 Port of Tacoma Rd., Tacoma, WA
  -12:00 Noon

The Port may hold special meetings on different dates, locations and/or times. Meetings are streamed live on the web and archived for later viewing.

If you require special accommodation to attend a public meeting, contact Judi Doremus at 253-383-9402 at least 48 hours in advance.

Commission meetings