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Port of San Diego Closed Friday, June 18 in Observation of Juneteenth

In observation of the newly declared national holiday, Juneteenth National Independence Day, the Port of San Diego’s Administration Building at 3165 Pacific Highway in San Diego will be closed to the public on Friday, June 18.

Thursday afternoon, President Joe Biden signed legislation into law establishing June 19 as Juneteenth National Independence Day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. The Port observes all holidays as determined by the President, Governor or Board of Port Commissioners. When a holiday falls on a Saturday, it is observed on the preceding Friday.

For services, including public records, parks/event permits, reporting trash, graffiti, stormwater pollution, and more, the public and tenants are encouraged to use the Port’s online Service Portal.

About THE Port of San Diego

The Port of San Diego serves the people of California as a specially created district, balancing multiple uses on 34 miles along San Diego Bay spanning five cities. Collecting no tax dollars, the Port manages a diverse portfolio to generate revenues that support vital public services and amenities.

The Port champions Maritime, Waterfront Development, Public Safety, Experiences and Environment, all focused on enriching the relationship people and businesses have with our dynamic waterfront. From cargo and cruise terminals to hotels and restaurants, from marinas to museums, from 22 public parks to countless events, the Port contributes to the region’s prosperity and remarkable way of life on a daily basis.