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City of Homer Alaska Official Website

Current participants in the Winter Metered Power Program: please be sure to return back to either the transient areas or your designated reserved stall by Wednesday, April 15, 2015.  Vessels not vacated from their temporary assigned stalls after this date will begin being charged the regular transient electric rate based on the current Tariff fees

City of Homer Alaska Official Website

It's that time of the year again for all boaters waiting for their own reserved stall in the Homer Harbor: Stall Wait List Renewals.  Stall Wait List renewals and the annual fee of $30.00 are due Friday, May 1, 2015.  Contact the Homer Harbor Office to renew.

City of Homer Alaska Official Website

2014 has been another busy construction season for the City of Homer. The Homer Port and Harbor is undergoing major improvements, including new floats, power pedestals, a new ramp and harbormaster's office. Many new trails have been put in such as the Boardwalk and Coal Point Trail that extend the popular Homer Spit Trail to the end of the Spit. Parks have seen improvements - the old picnic shelter at Karen Hornaday Park was relocated and Bishops Beach parking lot was paved. For a complete account of improvements, click here.

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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 March 9, 2015:

  • Monday thru Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday thru Sunday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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.