The new 2021-2026 Strategic Plan describes the Port’s mission and values, while also identifying goal areas where the Port will direct its focus and resources over the next five years.
Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings (S&P) raised its long-term ratings from “AA-”to “AA” on the Port of Tacoma's senior-lien port revenue bonds and from “A+” to “AA-” on the Port's subordinate-lien port revenue bonds.
In a collaboration among the four ports, the Northwest Ports Clean Air Strategy seeks to meet this target through changes in equipment, fuels, and infrastructure, supporting cleaner air for local communities and fulfilling the ports’ shared responsibility to help limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Port invites public to provide comment on its draft Strategic Plan
What Black History Month means to me
Update on vessel fire at Port of Tacoma property
Wapato Creek Bridge project improves freight mobility and fish passage
Port of Tacoma Commission elects 2021 officers
New downtown public artwork celebrates Port’s centennial
Port launches digital tour amid ongoing COVID-19 pandemic
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