Port of Redwood City to hold community meeting on waterfront use

Port of Redwood City invites community to meeting on waterfront use

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The Port of Redwood City is inviting the public to attend a community meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 21 to discuss uses on the waterfront, including private ferry service.

The meeting starts at 10 a.m. at the Sequoia Yacht Club at 441 Seaport Ct.

Port officials are seeking feedback on private ferry service in general as well as Prop SF, currently operating at the port as part of a pilot program.

“Since we are a working waterfront with mixed uses on the Bay, i.e. cargo, recreational/boating and now a ferry, this is to discuss how we can all use the waterfront in harmony,” Executive Director Kristine Zortman wrote in response to an email inquiry from Climate.

Residents will be able to discuss all matters related to the use of the waterfront, Zortman said.

Zortman adds this may be the first of several outreach meetings as part of the port’s mission to serve all waterfront users.