The Port of San Diego joined Live Well San Diego as a recognized partner on May 8, 2018. Established in 1962 by the California State Legislature, the Port of San Diego has a vision to foster a world-class Port through excellence in public service. The Port of San Diego is committed to building and maintaining public spaces that facilitate connectivity and equitable access to 34 miles of state-owned shoreline around San Diego Bay, including 22 public parks, 25 marinas, yacht clubs, and a sport fishing landing. The Port's five member cities include San Diego, National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, and Coronado, all of which are united by their location around San Diego Bay.
For over 50 years, the Port of San Diego has provided opportunities to be healthy and active. Committed to the development and oversight of scenic walkways, bike paths, playgrounds, fishing piers and boat launch ramps, the Port of San Diego works in numerous comprehensive approaches to improve the health and wellness of local residents. Each member city has worked together to develop and promote commerce, navigation, recreation and fisheries on and around San Diego Bay. Self-funded, the Port contributes billions annually to San Diego’s economy, benefiting the community, local businesses and employees. Businesses at the Port provide thousands of well-paying jobs, supporting individuals and families throughout the region. Each year, millions of people enjoy a remarkable way of life offered by San Diego Bay and its waterfront communities.
Looking ahead, the Port of San Diego will continue to support opportunities for residents to be active and enjoy the scenic San Diego shoreline. We are pleased that the Port of San Diego is advancing the Live Well San Diego vision, and is a national model for excellence as a world-class Port.