THE LA WATERFRONT'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19

The Port of Los Angeles remains open and operational during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.

The LA Waterfront has cancelled all events scheduled for March and April 2020.

All cruise activity on the LA Waterfront has been temporarily suspended.

The USNS Mercy, a 1000-bed hospital ship,
will be berthed at the LA Waterfront's World Cruise Center for the next several weeks.​

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HOMEPORT CRUISE LINES TERMPORARILY PAUSE OPERATIONS

The Port's homeport cruise lines, Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Lines, in addition to all other cruise lines calling at the Port of LA, have temporarily suspended cruise operations in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

PORT SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH NAGOYA PORT AUTHORITY

The Port of Los Angeles and Port Authority of Nagoya, Japan have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to further cooperate and exchange information on operational efficiencies and environmental sustainability.

PORT TO AWARD $1 MILLION IN COMMUNITY GRANTS

The Port of Los Angeles will award up to $1 million in non-taxpayer-funded community grants to support nonprofit organizations that benefit the Los Angeles Harbor community through its annual Community Investment Grant Program.
 
Warehouse No. 1

Warehouse No. 1 Dev. Opp.

Port of Los Angeles releases prospectus for commercial development opportunity on historic Warehouse No. 1, on prime LA Waterfront location.

Groundbreaking

On January 27, the Port broke ground on the town square and promenade which will connect San Pedro's Downtown Harbor to the future San Pedro Public Market development.

Dave Arian Street Naming Ceremony

Street Naming Ceremony

On February 8, the Port of Los Angeles honored the late Harbor Commissioner and union leader, Dave Arian, by renaming a portion of Miner Street 'Dave Arian Way' as well as dedicating a bench and plaque in the Outer Harbor, Berth 46.

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Planning your next cruise? Book your departure from the bustling LA Waterfront’s World Cruise Terminal, serving destinations like the popular Mexican Riviera, Alaska and the California Coast. Site of the original Princess Cruises’ “Love Boat,” the terminal is the home port for both Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise lines.

 

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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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