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The Port of Tacoma launched a newly designed website in May at The modernized website offers a mobile-friendly layout and an improved structural design for ease of navigation and visual impact.

Designed with accessibility and security in mind, the site features streamlined navigation and enhanced capabilities to meet the needs of all users, as well as sharper search capabilities.

We invite the public to connect with us at future events and meetings and explore the Port through our interactive maps and ongoing projects at the Port and within the region. The website also highlights the Port’s various environmental programs, including remediation, air quality, stormwater, habitat restoration, and the Diary of a Port Biologist.

“The redesigned and modernized website will serve as a valuable resource for our customers and community members to learn more about the Port’s mission and the work we do to support economic development and job creation in Pierce County,” said Dick Marzano, Port of Tacoma commission president.

The website continues to provide access to commission meetings, which are live streamed and recorded, subscriptions to news, job announcements, contract and real estate opportunities and more. Find the full list of available topics.

We also connect with customers and community members through social media:

Launched in 1995, the Port of Tacoma’s website was the first port in the United States to have an online presence. The website has since undergone a number of upgrades to take advantage of advancing technology. The website was last redesigned in 2014.

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About the Port of Tacoma

The Port of Tacoma is an economic engine for Pierce County, with more than 2,300 acres of real estate property across Pierce County on which marine cargo and other industrial tenants operate. The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) oversees the marine cargo operations at both the ports of Tacoma and Seattle, and together, they form the fourth-largest container gateway in the United States. The combined economic impact of the Port of Tacoma and NWSA South Harbor amounts to more than 42,000 jobs and $2.8 billion in labor income, which also provides approximately $195 million per year in state and local taxes to support education, roads and police and fire protection for our community.