Port of Oakland

Port of Oakland

Port of OaklandĀ 

The OAB TCIF grant agreement requires the Port of Oakland and City of Oakland to match their grant allocations with at least an equal amount of local, federal, or private investment in the OAB. The Port is providing $15.7 million in local match funding.

The Port of Oakland exemplifies a unique combination of public/private endeavors. It encompasses a world-class container port, a thriving airport, an array of retail and commercial buildings and acres of recreational and open space. The Port of Oakland, through its policies and its tenants' activities, supports approximately 50,000 jobs in the Northern California mega region and impacts about 827,000 jobs nationwide.

Governed by a Board of Port Commissioners, nominated by the mayor of Oakland and appointed by a vote of the City Council, the Port of Oakland occupies an important place in the local and regional economy. The Port employs 465 dedicated and skilled professionals and generates thousands more jobs for local residents and businesses.