The Port and our engineering consultants have completed an analysis of the failure and are finalizing a construction plan to get the bridge back in working order. At this point, we are expecting a three-month time frame to conclude the repairs needed to get the bridge back to operational status.
The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay (Port) is delighted at the passage of HR 5895, providing nearly $7 million in funding for maintenance of the federal navigation channel and associated infrastructure of the Coos Bay Harbor.
The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay (Port) published its 2017/18 Annual Report showcasing the Port’s steady progress towards promoting sustainable development that enhances the economy of Southwest Oregon and the State. This Annual Report covers information regarding the Port’s operations and accomplishments during the fiscal year from 1 July 2017 to 31 June 2018 of all three business lines: Coos Bay Rail Line, Maritime and Charleston Marina.
Join us for the 28th annual Charleston Seafood, Beer and Wine Festival located at the Charleston Marina on Oregon’s Adventure Coast! The event will take place August 10, 11 and 12 at the Charleston Marina, located at 63534 Kingfisher Road in Charleston, Oregon.
In honor of the fishing community in Charleston and the Charleston community, the annual Blessing of the Fleet and Memorial Service will be held at the Charleston Fisherman’s Memorial Garden, near the launch ramp at the Charleston Marina at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 28th.
On Friday, April 13th, the Coos Bay Rail Link (CBR) reported that the Coos Bay Swing Span Bridge failed to complete its rotation to return the bridge to the open to river navigation position. Staff from the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay (Port) responded on site to complete an inspection and assessment of the bridge.
On April 5th, 2018, Ports throughout the Americas will celebrate Western Hemisphere Ports Day, providing an opportunity to highlight their role in job creation and economic prosperity. Ports are a vital part of the transportation infrastructure within the Western Hemisphere connecting products and commodities to the global marketplace.
In honor of Western Hemisphere Ports Day, the Port of Coos Bay invites the local community to celebrate with us through a photo contest!
Charleston, Ore. - The Charleston community invites seafood lovers to come celebrate fresh and delicious Coos Bay oysters at the 13th annual Charleston “Ahh Shucks!” Oyster Feed on Saturday, April 28th. The celebration is from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (OIMB) Dining Hall, located at 63466 Boat Basin Road in Charleston. This 13th annual event runs in conjunction with Oregon Oyster Week and is hosted by the Charleston Community Enhancement Corporation.
A new rail spur is now handling inbound freight in North Bend thanks to the collaborative efforts of a tribal entity, a public agency and a private business. The Coquille Economic Development Corporation (CEDCO) and the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay announced the completion of a rail spur to the K2 Exports yard on CEDCO’s Ko-Kwel Wharf property. The spur allows K2 Exports to bring logs by rail directly to its export terminal on the wharf.
This past month, one of our Port staff members took the iconic trip up the Oregon Coast from Coos Bay. Check out her perspective as a port employee and explore the diversity of some of Oregon's coastal ports north of Coos Bay. She also provides some travel tips along the way!
Global trade affects us all from our diet to the clothes we wear and the products we buy. Oregon is also not immune to the effects of global trade, exporting about $22 billion worth of goods in 2016 and importing about $17.6 billion worth of good same year.
The Port of Coos Bay crew is currently at the Port of Garibaldi conducting our second dredge project with the state dredge, The Laura.
The United States Coast Guard (USCG) recently celebrated their 227th year of existence this past summer. As a coastal community, we feel the presence of USCG through the USCG Cutter (USCGC) Orcas and the USCG stations in North Bend and Coos Bay. The Port interacts with the USCG in a variety of ways. We rent out the dock where the USCGC Orcas is currently stationed as well as work with the USCG in various committees like the Coos Bay Harbor Safety Committee. Recently, we went to tour the USCGC Orcas to gain a better understanding of their operations.
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