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About the Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles is America’s Port®, the nation’s #1 container port and global model for sustainability, security, and social responsibility. Located in San Pedro Bay, 25 miles south of downtown Los Angeles, the Port encompasses 7,500 acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront. The Port is the nation’s premier gateway for international commerce and has ranked as the number one container port in the United States each year since 2000. These featured videos give an overview and introduction to the busiest seaport in the Western Hemisphere.

State of the Port 2021

State of the Port 2021

Port Executive Director Gene Seroka delivers his sixth annual State of the Port of Los Angeles address virtually.


 
America's Port

America's Port® 2020

Join Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka on a tour of America's Port, North America's premier gateway for international trade.
Port Optimizer™

Port Optimizer™

Port Optimizer is cloud-based software that enhances supply chain performance and predictability by delivering real time data-driven insights through a single portal to stakeholders across the supply chain.
Career RePORT

Ask us a question

Career RePORT encourages all students and educators to submit questions you want to ask a Port employee: what kind of job they do at the Port, how they entered their career field, who their favorite superhero is, or what they made for dinner last night.

Lizeth Vazquez

Lizeth Vazquez

Port of Los Angeles Mechanical Engineering Associate Lizeth Vazquez is an alumnae of the EXP Program (formerly International Trade Academy) who ran the LA Marathon.
Marcel Van Dijk

Marcel Van Dijk 

Cargo Marketing Manager Marcel van Dijk explains his role at the Port and why he loves his job of 19 years. Fun fact: Marcel has not one...not two...but THREE dogs!
Chelsea Boyd

Chelsea Boyd

Public Relations Specialist Chelsea Boyd shares how her role at the Port is a "catch all" for different responsibilities, what her journalism and theater arts degrees have taught her and the power of saying yes to opportunities.
Tim DeMoss

Tim DeMoss

Environmental Affairs Officer Tim DeMoss discusses how his work affects the Port community, why he has been with the City of Los Angeles for 29 years and how the number 42 is a sign of good luck.
Anna Burton

Anna Burton

Anna Burton, Emergency Management Coordinator, shares what she learned from China and Japan's emergency planning, how every disaster brings new opportunities and the hobby she enjoys with her grandchildren.
Mike Keenan

Mike Keenan

Mike Keenan, Director of Planning and Strategy, gives insight on the research he performs, his advice for college students looking to work at the Port of Los Angeles and who his favorite superhero is at the moment.
Alex Garbe

Alex Garbe

Port Police K9 Officer Alex Garbe answers your questions about her work, including how she trains with her canine, how long has she been with her canine and if people can pet K9 Officer Puma.
Michael Glimpse

Michael Glimpse

Port Police Maritime Operations Officer Michael Glimpse discusses his favorite aspects of being a police officer, where he found his dog and the amount of effort he put into being a part of the Dive Team.
Michael Canlas

Michael Canlas

Port Police Motor Officer Michael Canlas discusses the fastest car he's caught speeding, the gear motor officers wear and how many subscribers he has on his YouTube channel.
Mike Dawson

Mike Dawson

Senior Electrical Inspector Mike Dawson performs inspection of the Port's Capital Improvement Jobs and Harbor Engineer Permits, based on current electrical code, approved plans, and specifications.
Charles Preston

Charles Preston

Port Survey Party Chief Charles Preston tackles your questions about how he creates maps of the Port complex, what his dream job would be, how he prepared for an Ironman Triathlon and more.
Fernando Martinez

Fernando Martinez

Port Police Hazardous Materials Officer Fernando Martinez discusses how he inspects dangerous cargo that comes through the Port of Los Angeles.
Meagan Sestich

Meagan Sestich

UCLA alum Meagan Sestich shares how she started working at the Port, how many waterfront properties she manages and how far the Bruins will go in the Big Dance next year.
John Mayer

John Mayer

As a Port Pilot, John Mayer drives the 400-meter container ships containing goods in and out of the Port every day and safely navigates the cruise ships that are transitioning to and from the Port's cruise terminal.
Kat Prickett

Kat Prickett

Kat Prickett is a Marine Environmental Supervisor of the Environmental Division's Water Group. In her role, Kat checks the water quality, sediment quality and biological resources at the Port.
Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares

Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares (Part I)

Part I: In her role, Commissioner Moreno-Linares listens to the public give their opinions and requests for things they think the Port should do at board meetings every two weeks.
Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares

Commissioner Lucia Moreno-Linares (Part II)

Part II: Commissioner Moreno-Linares discusses the challenges she's faced in her career, financial advice she would give younger people and what she enjoys doing in her free time.
Virtual Tours

Explore Los Angeles Harbor/Explore el puerto de Los Ángeles


While our traditional harbor tours are on hold due to the pandemic, our virtual boat tours offer an opportunity to visit Los Angeles Harbor from the comfort of your own home. These virtual tours offer two routes, each jam-packed with beautiful cinematography and information about the busiest port in the Western Hemisphere. The Wilmington Harbor Tour explores the some of the Port's non-container terminals and historical icons, while the San Pedro Harbor Tour traverses down the Main Channel to explore container terminals, museums and highly anticipated West Harbor.

Si bien, nuestros recorridos tradicionales por el puerto están detenidos debido a la pandemia, nuestros recorridos virtuales en bote ofrecen la oportunidad de visitar el Puerto de Los Ángeles desde la comodidad de su hogar. Estos recorridos virtuales ofrecen dos rutas, cada una repleta de hermosas fotografías e información sobre el puerto más activo del hemisferio occidental. El Recorrido de la bahía de Wilmington explora algunas de las terminales que no son de contenedores y los íconos históricos del puerto, mientras que el Recorrido de la bahía de San Pedro atraviesa el canal principal para explorar las terminales de contenedores, los museos y el muy esperado West Harbor.

Wilmington Boat Tour

Los Angeles Harbor Tour from Wilmington/Terminal Island (North)

Part 1 of 2: Join us for a virtual narrated tour of the northern section of the Port of Los Angeles, from the East and West Basins to the Los Angeles Main Channel, and explore some of the Port's non-container terminals and historical icons.
San Pedro Boat Tour

Los Angeles Harbor Tour from San Pedro/Terminal Island (South)

Part 2 of 2: Join us for a virtual narrated tour of the southern section of the Port of Los Angeles, from the Los Angeles Main Channel to the Pier 300 Channel, and explore container terminals, museums and the highly anticipated West Harbor.
Wilmington (Spanish)

Excursión del Puerto de Los Angeles de Wilmington a Terminal Island (El Norte)

Parte 1 de 2: El recorrido de la bahía de Wilmington explora algunas de las terminales que no son de contenedores y los íconos históricos del Puerto.
San Pedro (Spanish)

Excursión del Puerto de Los Angeles de San Pedro a Terminal Island (El Sud)

Parte 2 de 2: El recorrido de la bahía de San Pedro atraviesa el Canal Principal para explorar las terminales de contenedores, los museos y el muy esperado West Harbor.
Speakers Bureau

Stay Connected, Virtually

As we navigate through these challenging times, the Port of Los Angeles Speakers Bureau discussion topics are now available on the Port's website and YouTube Channel. Speakers Bureau Video Library presentations offer an opportunity to stay informed and connected with the Port of Los Angeles, the nation’s leading container port and premier gateway for international trade. Your daily life is directly affected by what happens at the Port – from the clothes you wear, to the food you eat, to the well-being of the region in which you live. The videos below are of some of the most popular and requested topics of discussions. More topics will be added as presentations become available.  

Anna Burton

Anna Burton, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

In this Speaker Bureau presentation, Anna Burton provides useful information and tips to help you prepare for an emergency at work and/or home. 
Tim DeMoss

Tim DeMoss, Environmental Affairs Officer

In this Speakers Bureau presentation, Tim DeMoss discusses air quality and the Port of Los Angeles Clean Truck Program. 
Michael Keenan

Michael Keenan, Director of Planning and Strategy

In this Speakers Bureau presentation, Michael Keenan's Port 101 provides a comprehensive overview of the Port of Los Angeles, including its history, operations, initiatives and more.