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Attention Patrons of the Harbor:

The Homer Load and Launch Ramp will be closed September 15th through December 15th 2015 for construction.

Much needed improvements to the facility will include a complete refurbishment of the ramp and docks.  Because of the expansive scope of work and limited number of minus tides for lower-ramp access, the entire ramp will be closed to ensure contractors can conduct improvements safely and without interruption.

The Harbor Office has a new location!  As of Monday, May 18th, the Harbor Office is now at 4311 Freight Dock Road, located at the top of Ramp 7.  If you have any questions, please call us at 907-235-3160.

Largest Fishing Hook Sculpture

The newest addition to the Spit, part of the City of Homer’s 1% for art program, is the new “Circle Hook Sculpture”. This sculpture (installed April 2015) is located at the intersection of Homer Spit Road and Freight Dock Road. It stands 13 feet high and is purported to be the largest fishing hook sculpture in the galaxy.

Key Topics

Alaska Clean Harbors Logo

The Port of Homer is a member of the Alaska Clean Harbors and engaged in a voluntary process that  encourages the use of Best Management Practices to reduce the production of non-point source pollution. 

Homer Fish Dock

Ice Delivery Schedule

Hours of operation as of November 16, 2015:

The Ice Plant is closed for the winter season and will reopen March 2016.

City of Homer Alaska Official Website

Attention all boaters and mariners!

NOAA has announced that major changes are coming.  Effective April 13, 2014, the federal government will no longer print traditional lithographic nautical charts but will continue providing them in a variety of forms.

The purpose of the ad-hoc Alaska ADV Task Force is to bring together state and federal agencies, municipalities and other interested stakeholders to address ADV (Alaska Derelict Vessels) in Alaska in a coordinated manner.

City of Homer Alaska Official Website

A group of industry professionals and interested individuals have been exploring the idea of establishing a test center for tidal power at the Deep Water Dock.