Port Financials

Accurate and Transparent

The financial affairs of the Port of Hueneme are overseen and managed by the Chief Finance and Administrative Officer. The Finance & Administration team is responsible for financial management and reporting, treasury, accounting, budgets, procurement, contract management, risk management, office management, and human resources functions of the Port.

The Port does not assess property taxes on District residences for operations and capital expansions and relies solely on operating revenues to run its day-to-day operations. Operating expenses of the Port are funded from revenues generated by tariff charges, leases, or other contract revenues assessed to Port users.

The Finance & Administration team performs accurate and timely financial reporting, safeguards assets of the Port, and ensures compliance with internal policies and procedures in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, GAAP.

Front view of The Port of Hueneme administration building with a green roof, large windows, and a sign bearing the address 333 and the Port's name. Trees flank the entrance on either side. This hub is essential for overseeing all aspects of financial management within the port's operations.

Annual Financial Reports by Fiscal Year

2023 & 2022
2022 & 2021
2021 & 2020
2020 & 2019
2019 & 2018
2018 & 2017
2017 & 2016
2016 & 2015
2015 & 2014
2014 & 2013
2013 & 2012
2012 & 2011

Adopted Budgets

The Port adopts a budget, debt schedule and capital plan for every fiscal year, July 1 through June 30.

FY 2024
Budgets
FY 2023
Budgets
FY 2022
Budgets
FY 2021
Budgets
FY 2020
Budgets
FY 2019
Budgets
FY 2018
Budgets
FY 2017
Budgets
FY 2016
Budgets
FY 2015
Budgets

Economic Impact Reports

The 2021 assessment shows that the Port of Hueneme’s economic footprint reached an all time high. The Port leads Ventura County’s economic growth with 20,032 total trade-related jobs in 2021, an increase from 15,834 in 2018. In their newest economic study, the Port shows substantial increases in job creation, economic activity, tax revenue generated for local cities, and total economic activity.

Investor Relations

Bond Debt

Series 2011A & 2011B Official Statement

Employee Relations

SEIU Contract - Local 721 Labor Contracts

SEIU MOU 2020-2024

SEIU MOU 2016-2019

SEIU MOU 2013-2016

SEIU MOU 2011-2013

SEIU MOU 2008-2011

Benefits Resolution - Non-Represented Employees

Wages and Benefits for Non-Represented Employees

California Labor Compensation Reports

2022 Local Gov Comp Report
2021 Local Gov Comp Report
2020 Local Gov Comp Report
2019 Local Gov Comp Report
2018 Local Gov Comp Report
2017 Local Gov Comp Report
2016 Local Gov Comp Report
2015 Local Gov Comp Report
2014 Local Gov Comp Report
2013 Local Gov Comp Report
2012 Local Gov Comp Report

What's New at the Port

Port of Hueneme, Making History Announcing Goal of Zero Emissions by 2030

June 13, 2024

Blueprint to Zero Emissions Announced at World Oceans Day Event on June 11 Download Press Release Contact: Letitia Austin Public and Gov’t Relations Manager Laustin@Portofh.org   [Port Hueneme, CA –…

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Community Benefit Fund Scholarship Program

May 15, 2024

The Port of Hueneme and City of Port Hueneme Announce Community Benefit Fund Scholarship Program: Download Application Port of Hueneme Contact: Adam Vega Community Outreach & Legislative Specialist Avega@Portofh.org  …

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Navigating the Global Future: Port of Hueneme Spotlights Current Trade and AI Innovations during World Trade Week

May 8, 2024

Department of Commerce, Consuls, Industry, and Businesses Participate in Trade-Focused Event  Download Press Release [Port Hueneme, CA – May 1] [Port Hueneme, CA] – World Trade Week was established in…

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