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$52 MILLION WILMINGTON WATERFRONT CONTRACT AWARDED

The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners has approved a $51.9 million construction contract for the Wilmington Waterfront Promenade Project on the LA Waterfront, with construction expected to start in fall.

PORT ANNOUNCES 2020/2021 COMMUNITY GRANT RECIPIENTS

The Port has awarded grants totaling $1 million in non-taxpayer funds to 29 organizations as part of its fiscal year 2020-21 Community Investment Sponsorship Program, which benefits Los Angeles Harbor communities.

BATTLESHIP IOWA TO HOST TWO VIRTUAL LABOR DAY EVENTS

On September 2, the Battleship IOWA Museum will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII. Beginning September 4, a four-day virtual LA Fleet Week event will include active Navy ship tours, Navy band concerts, and virtual speakers. 

Cruise industry extends no sail suspension through October 31

Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the leading voice of the global cruise industry, has announced that its ocean-going cruise line members have agreed to voluntarily suspend U.S. cruise operations until at least 31 October 2020.  CLIA's member lines carry 95% of the world's oceangoing cruisers.

Al Fresco Dining Options on the LA Waterfront

The City of Los Angeles has implemented L.A. Al Fresco, a program which allows local businesses reopen safely, and maintain physical distancing, by temporarily relaxing the rules that regulate outdoor dining. Through the program, LA Waterfront restaurants are able to offer new outdoor dining options to their patrons.

CMA Releases Endangered Giant Sea Bass Babies

In an unprecedented effort to boost a critically endangered species, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium released 180 baby giant sea bass into Santa Monica Bay this week. Only 500 giant sea bass remain in local waters today. Fully grown, giant sea bass can reach the size of a Volkswagen Beetle and can weigh more than 550 pounds.

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Completed Projects

Since the inception of the LA Waterfront almost two decades ago, the Port of LA has successfully planned, invested and developed a significant number of waterfront properties and public open spaces.
 


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Current Projects

The LA Waterfront consists of a series of waterfront developments and community enhancement projects encompassing more than 400 acres of existing Port of LA property in the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington.
 


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Upcoming Projects

The footprint of the LA Waterfront has changed dramatically over the past fifteen years, and there is much more to come. The Port of LA is committed to projects that provide additional open space and encourage public access.

 


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LA Waterfront Fun Facts

Angels Gate Lighthouse

Angels Gate is the only lighthouse on the U.S. West Coast that shines an emerald-green beacon that has welcomed vessels to the Port of Los Angeles since 1913.

Events and Visitors

The LA Waterfront is home to nearly 100 annual events, attracting more than 3 million visitors, including L.A.'s largest Labor Day Weekend event, LA Fleet Week®.

LA World Cruise Center

Home to the hit TV show The Love Boat, filmed at the Port of Los Angeles from 1977-1987, today more than 500,000 passengers cruise through the Port annually.

Port of LA Investments

The Port invested $600 million in the LA Waterfront from 2005 to 2015, with plans to invest another $400 million, the total investment will total $1 billion by 2025.

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