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About the Port of Oakland



Government agency:

Independent department of the City of Oakland


Seven commissioners nominated by the Mayor and appointed by the City Council

Executive Director:

Danny Wan

Revenue sources:

Self-funded, occasional federal/state grant funding, no tax revenue

Business lines:

Commercial Real Estate


We are stewards of public assets. We lead our seaport, airport and commercial real estate businesses in a fiscally sound and socially beneficial way.


Growth with Care


Adopted Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan in 2019 which envisions a zero-emissions operation in the future



Annual operating revenue:

$513.6 million Fiscal Year 2020

Jobs generated:

84,000 (Northern California)


530 Water St. Oakland, CA 94607

Oakland Seaport:

  • 1,300 acres
  • 4 marine terminals
  • 33 ship-to-shore cranes
  • More than 2.46 million TEUs annually
  • 21 shipping lines

Oakland International Airport:

  • 2,400 acres
  • 11 airlines
  • 62 nonstop destinations
  • More than 13 million passengers annually

Commercial Real Estate Holdings:

  • 850 acres
  • 100 tenants
  • 3 million visitors annually

About the Port of Oakland

The Port of Oakland oversees the Oakland Seaport, Oakland International Airport, and nearly 20 miles of waterfront including Jack London Square. The Port's 5-year strategic plan - Growth with Care - pairs business expansion with community benefits, envisioning more jobs and economic stimulus as the Port grows. Together with its business partners, the Port supports more than 84,000 jobs. Connect with the Port of Oakland and Oakland International Airport through Facebook, or with the Port on Twitter, YouTube, and at www.portofoakland.com. 

About Oakland International Airport

Oakland International is the main airport for the greater East Bay, the most populated area in the metropolitan San Francisco Bay area. It is the closest airport to most Bay Area employers. By roadway and BART air-rail, OAK enables excellent access to all of the region’s business, entertainment and tourism venues. The vision of Oakland International Airport is to be the airport of choice for San Francisco Bay Area residents and visitors alike. OAK is operated by the Port of Oakland, which also oversees the Oakland seaport and 20 miles of East Bay waterfront. Together with its business partners, the Port supports more than 84,000 jobs in the region with more than a $130 billion economic impact. Updates about travel during the COVID19 pandemic, current departure and arrival information, airport maps, and details about on-airport parking, shopping and dining and more, can be found at  www.oaklandairport.com. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.