A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on October 12, 2015 to mark the completion of a $3.9 million Port Capital Improvement Program project that realigned and beautified a section of North Harbor Drive near America’s Cup Harbor in the Point Loma community of San Diego.
Rep. Scott Peters, U.S. Congressman, 52nd District; City of San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, City of San Diego District 2 Councilmember Lorie Zapf and Board of Port Commissioners Chairman Dan Malcolm joined local business owners and members of the Point Loma community to celebrate.
Visitors to the North Embarcadero of the San Diego Bay waterfront will soon have a new spot to take that perfect sunset photo and enjoy the views of the harbor. As part of the Port of San Diego’s efforts to promote a vibrant and active waterfront and enhance the San Diego Bayfront, the Port will convert a 2,400-square-foot concrete platform into a viewing platform to complement the recent improvements in the area. The Board of Port Commissioners approved a resolution awarding a contract for the project at its October 6, 2015 meeting.
The Port of San Diego has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking qualified Consultants and/or Developers to establish and operate a wetlands mitigation bank on Pond 20. The 84-acre site specified in the RFP is located in South San Diego at the gateway to Imperial Beach on Palm Avenue.