The Dock Talk 2023 Year End Newsletter is now online. (Download as PDF)


In this issue:

  • Message from Jess Herrera, President, Board of Harbor Commissioners
  • Message from Kristin Decas, CEO & Port Director
  • FIRST Robotics Competition Brings the Excitement of Sport and Rigor of Science and Tech to the Port of Hueneme
  • Port of Hueneme Signs Memorandum of Understanding on California Ports Data Systems Development
  • Port of Hueneme Receives Recognition from Oxnard Union High School District for Community Outreach Efforts
  • Congresswoman Julia Brownley Delivers $375,000 to the Port of Hueneme’s Environmental Initiative
  • Port of Hueneme Celebrates World Oceans Day by Raising Awareness with ‘Sustaining the Seas Summit’
  • $80,000,000 for Port of Hueneme’s Green Jobs & Zero-Emission Operations
  • Port of Hueneme Achieves its Highest Ever Scores for Environmental Stewardship Certification
  • “August Wave:” Getting Ready for the “Big One”
  • Anchored in Preparedness: Port of Hueneme Hosts Multi-Agency Emergency Trainings
  • Going Bananas at the Port of Hueneme’s 10th Annual Port Festival
  • Port of Hueneme’s Consecutive Wins Represents the Ability to Reach Highest Standards in Government Finance Reporting
  • Fiscal Review


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About the Port of Hueneme

The Port of Hueneme is one of the most productive and efficient commercial trade gateways for niche cargo on the West Coast. Five locally elected Port Commissioners govern the Port. The Port consistently ranks among the top ten U.S. ports for automobiles and fresh produce. Port operations support the community by bringing $2.8 billion in economic activity and creating 24,997 trade-related jobs. Trade through the Port of Hueneme generates more than $236 million in direct and related state and local taxes, which fund vital community services. In 2017, the Port of Hueneme became the first port in California to become Green Marine certified and was voted the Greenest Port in the U.S. at the Green Shipping Summit.