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Port of San Diego Closes Parks, Beaches, and Boat Launches Around San Diego Bay

March 24, 2020

Prioritizing public health and well-being, and to help minimize the spread of and exposure to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), the Port of San Diego is closing public parks around San Diego Bay, which includes beaches, parking lots, piers, and boat launches. The decision is effective immediately, is consistent with the County of San Diego’s amended public health order, and follows similar moves by the State of California and local city governments to further discourage non-essential gatherings of any size.

Closed signs are being posted at Port parks, parking lots, beaches and boat launches, and Port of San Diego Harbor Police will be working to educate the public about the closures and what is and isn’t allowed. Public access walkways, sidewalks, and promenades are open to allow exercise – walking, running, and cycling – which is permitted under the State of California’s stay at home order, so long as a socially safe distance of six feet is maintained from people who aren’t part of the same household.


Port of San Diego Proclaims Local Emergency Due to COVID-19

March 23, 2020

In order to help protect the health and safety of the public, employees, and property, and in support of operations, services, and businesses operating on and around San Diego Bay, the Port of San Diego has proclaimed a local emergency due to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). The proclamation allows the Port to request assistance and resources from other local government agencies, the state, federal government, and/or disaster relief organizations to help alleviate damages, loss, hardship or suffering as a result of COVID-19. The State of California, the County of San Diego, and all Port member cities – Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, National City, and San Diego – have also proclaimed emergencies due to COVID-19.

Board of Port Commissioners to Consider Confirming Local Emergency Proclamation at Special Meeting on Monday, March 23, 2020

March 20, 2020

In order to help protect the health and safety of the public, employees, and property, and in support of Port of San Diego operations and services, the Board of Port Commissioners will consider confirming an Emergency Proclamation in response to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) at a special meeting to be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 23, 2020.

In alignment with an Executive Order issued by California Governor Gavin Newsom (Executive Order No. N-29-20), the meeting will be held virtually with Commissioners and essential staff participating by phone. The public can view the agenda and/or watch the meeting online at portofsandiego.legistar.com, and may participate by emailing comments to PublicRecords@portofsandiego.org. Emails received prior to 9:30 a.m. will become part of the meeting record.

Port of San Diego Advisory Regarding Cruise Ships in San Diego Bay

March 20, 2020

Prioritizing public health, and with extra precautions in place to minimize community spread of and exposure to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), the Port of San Diego is working with its cruise line partners to conclude sailings that were underway when the cruise lines suspended operations last week. No ship has or will be allowed in San Diego Bay without first being cleared by medical authorities, and no new sailings have begun or will begin out of San Diego Bay until at least mid-April.

Since last week, when cruise lines announced they were suspending sailings for at least 30 days in response to the current global health crisis, three ships have come into port and disembarked all passengers along with crew members whose contracts have ended. One more cruise vessel is scheduled to arrive next week. Some of the ships will remain in San Diego Bay without passengers aboard. Per the cruise lines, crew members still under contract must remain on the ship.

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