Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Crescent City, CA

March 20, 2020 – NOTICE TO HARBOR TENANTS, GUESTS, and FRIENDS:

In order to comply with Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-33-20 that directs Californians, “to stay at home or at their place of residence” we will no longer offer in-person public hours at the Harbor Office.

We are still keeping the office staffed during regular hours which are 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. However, we will not be opening the office for in-person transactions. Credit card transactions will be processed over the phone, and if you need to pay on an account by check, please use the mail slot located in the front door of the Harbor Office at 101 Citizens Dock Road. This social distancing should help minimize health risks for our clients and our staff.

We will be keeping the public and RV Park restrooms open and clean to the best of our ability and will continue to offer support services to our commercial fishing fleet tenants. The District Security staff will continue to provide after-hours safety and security patrols.

Our Harbor District restaurants are open and are offering take-out service and are also providing outdoor seating options in their efforts to follow guidelines on proper social distancing.

The health and safety of our tenants, staff team members, guests and friends has always been our highest priority and we are striving to do all that is within our power to keep you safe while still meeting your service needs.

Our Del Norte County Department of Health and Human Services and the Del Norte County Office of Emergency Services, are both working to keep all of us informed about this unprecedented assault on public health. Let’s all work together as best as we can to contain this threaHo our health and economy. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,

Charlie Helms, Crescent City Harbor District Harbormaster

(707)464-6174

www.ccharbor.com

 

Crescent City Harbor, protected by breakwaters, is midway between San Francisco Bay and the entrance to Columbia River. Commercial and sport fishing boats operate out of the harbor. Waterborne traffic in the harbor is in the receipt of gasoline and fuel oils. Crescent City is on the N side of the harbor.

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