Contents 1 History 2 Geology and hydrology 3 Microclimate 4 Recreational use 5 Role in emergency water transit 6 Gallery 7 See also 8 References 9 External links


History[edit] Robert O. Tripp (founder of the historic Woodside Store) and Mathias A. Parkhurst began the first lumber operation using the waterways of Redwood Creek to float coast redwoods from Woodside to San Francisco in 1850. These two men thus became the founders of Redwood City itself. The Port of Redwood City is considered the place of genesis for the shipbuilding industry on the Pacific West Coast. The first schooner was built here in 1851 by G.M. Burnham and appropriately named Redwood. Shipbuilding thrived here until the 1880s. The last wooden ship built in Redwood City, called the Perseverance, was launched in 1883. The shipbuilding industry experienced a revival in the 1918s with the building of the first concrete ship in America, the SS Faith.[7] The Port was called El Embarcadero up until at least the 1880s;[8] the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredged of a 7-foot-deep (2.1 m) channel between 1886 and 1889, to yield a channel 50 feet (15 m) wide. In 1903, the Corps increased the channel width to 100 feet (30 m) and by 1911, they broadened it to 150 feet (46 m). In 1931, local and federal interests combined to deepen the channel to 20 feet (6.1 m) and widen it to 200 feet (61 m), for a lineal distance of 13,360 feet (4,070 m). Local businessmen and civic leaders formed the Redwood City Harbor Company in the year 1912, establishing the name of the Port for the era of the early 20th century.[9] In this period competition from the railroad limited growth of the port. A number of industrial companies, however, saw the value of the Port's location, including the Alaska Codfish Company and the Morgan Oyster Company. In particular the Pacific-Portland Cement Company, moving to the Port in 1924, substantially increased shipping activity. Industrial tenants of the port include Cemex, a cement plant,[10] and Sims Metal Management, a metal recycler.[11] The port area has also grown with non-industrial businesses: Spinnaker Sailing and others within the Portside Business Park. In 1966 a napalm manufacturing plant was opened by United Aircraft despite attempts by students and locals to block the opening.[12][13]


Geology and hydrology[edit] The Port of Redwood City is situated on the east banks of Redwood Creek approximately one kilometer upchannel from the mouth of Redwood Creek.[14] Extensive areas of marshland and bay muds are found in the vicinity of the Port. Westpoint Slough joins Redwood Creek from the southeast about 600 meters north of the Port of Redwood City. Deepwater Slough is a U-shaped channel whose two ends join Redwood Creek both north and south of the Port, with both joins on the opposite site of Redwood Creek. Approximately one kilometer north of the Port of Redwood City, Corkscrew Slough enters Redwood Creek from the northwest. From that confluence northward the northwest bank of Redwood Creek (now at the mouth) consists of Bair Island, an expansive area of saltwater marsh and salt evaporation ponds. Typical high tides at the Port range from 7.0 to 8.4 feet (2.6 m), based upon February, 2007 tide chart data. Low tide typically varies from -0.8 to 2.9 feet (0.88 m).


Microclimate[edit] Climates within the San Francisco Bay Area have superficial similarities, but certain features have pronounced differences. For this reason a detailed microclimate study was conducted at the Port of Redwood City, with the specific goal of comparing meteorological parameters to nearby locations.[15] Temperatures, for example, were found to conform closely to those of San Francisco International Airport and Palo Alto Airport; in contrast, wind speeds at the Port were found to be approximately half the levels of San Francisco Airport. This result is not surprising since Conomos observed that the wind speeds in Northern San Mateo County are high due to the San Bruno Gap in the Santa Cruz Mountains.[16]


Recreational use[edit] The Port of Redwood City has more than one lineal mile of public access along Redwood Creek, including walkways, viewing areas and picnic areas. The Port provides a venue for a number of public events and festivals, including visits by historic ships and sailing vessels. Some of the specific activities include a decorated boat parade, crew races, Hawaiian outrigger canoe races, fireworks[17] and sailing regattas.[18] The 190-berth Redwood City Marina is operated within the Port of Redwood City. This facility accommodates vessels up to 50 feet (15 m) in length and has 10 feet (3.0 m) of draft at low tide. The Port provides electricity and water service to the permanent and overnight boats; restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are also available for marina users. The port operates a 24/7 public boat ramp. In addition several private yacht clubs use the port including the Sequoia Yacht Club and the Peninsula Yacht Club. Several Sea Scout ships and one Mariner Scout (Girl Scout) ship also use the facility.[19][20] Stanford University has its Stanford Rowing & Sailing Center at the port.[21]


Role in emergency water transit[edit] Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, in his 2007 state of the State of California address, unveiled a plan for emergency water transit for the San Francisco Bay Region. The plan provides for a key role for the Port of Redwood City which "is strategically located between two bridges — the Dumbarton Bridge and the San Mateo Bridge. A Redwood City ferry terminal would be a crucial link, and also serve about 1400 regular passengers a day".[22] The plan, inspired by New York City's harbor service following 9/11, would feature 88 new vessels and multiple portable piers that could be deployed to respond to an emergency. The Port of Redwood City, whose director has endorsed the plan, would play a key role as a permanent marine terminal installation for the proposed system. The entity to conduct this $1.6 billion project is named the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority. Ferry service is still under plans for the port while independent operators are scheduled to start services in 2017.[23]


Gallery[edit] Port sign Plaque commemorating rededication Plaque for The Anchor discovered 1962 The Anchor circa 1840 The Heron sculpture by David Han CSL Tecumseh docked Valhallah dredging the port.


See also[edit] San Francisco Bay Area portal Port of Oakland Port of San Francisco Seaport Centre


References[edit] ^ a b "Port of Redwood City". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. 19 January 1981. Retrieved 1 December 2016.  ^ "Port of Redwood City Facilities". Port of Redwood City. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  ^ NOAA (4 November 2016). "San Francisco Bay, Southern Part". NOAA - Office of Coast Survey. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  ^ Garilli, Giorgio (20 July 2017). "Annual Report" (PDF). Port of Redwood City. Retrieved 20 October 2017.  ^ "Port of Redwood City Annual RePort to the Community". Port of Redwood City. September 2016. Retrieved 28 November 2016.  ^ Caltrans Office of System and Freight Planning (30 July 2012). "Freight Planning Fact Sheet" (PDF). Caltrans. Retrieved 31 October 2016.  ^ "THREE CONCRETE SHIPS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED AT REDWOOD". The Stanford Daily (9). 12 April 1918. p. 4. Retrieved 3 January 2017.  ^ Castle, Jack; Sandul, Duane (2007). "Port of Redwood City History: Still Going Strong…" (PDF). Redwood City Port. Retrieved 15 November 2016.  ^ "Port and Industry". RWC Local History. 2011. Retrieved 15 November 2016.  ^ "List of all California locations". Cemex. Retrieved 2 December 2016.  ^ Rogers, Paul (9 January 2012). "EPA cracks down on Redwood City company polluting San Francisco Bay". San Jose Mercury News. Retrieved 2 December 2016.  ^ Rosenbloom, Joe (April 19, 1966). "Anti-Napalm Group Announces Petition Set For Referendum". The Stanford Daily (41). p. 1. Retrieved October 19, 2017.  ^ Prokosch, Eric (October 28, 1966). "Doctor Shaves Head; Harris Sympathizer". The Stanford Daily (26). p. 1. Retrieved October 19, 2017.  ^ U.S. Geological Survey, Redwood Point Quadrangle, 7.5 Minute Series, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington DC ^ Schemel, Laurence E. (June 1995). "Supporting Data For Hydrologic Studies In San Francisco Bay, California: Meteorological Measurements At The Port Of Redwood City During 1992-1994" (PDF). USGS Publications Warehouse. Retrieved 15 November 2016.  ^ T.J.Conomos, Circulation of San Francisco Bay Waters, in "San Francisco Bay: The Urbanized Estuary", ed. T.J. Conomos, pp 47-84 (1979) ^ Journal Staff (30 June 2016). "Redwood City pops on the Fourth: Annual parade kicks off full day of events ending with fireworks". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 31 October 2016.  ^ "Events". Port of Redwood City. Retrieved 15 November 2016.  ^ "Mariner Scout Ship Tradewind". www.msstradewind.org. Girl Scouts of the USA. Retrieved 21 June 2017.  ^ "Sea Scout ship links". www.msstradewind.org. Retrieved 21 June 2017.  ^ "Stanford Rowing & Sailing Center". GoStanford. Stanford University. Retrieved 21 June 2017.  ^ "Redwood City ferry proposal drops anchor". The San Francisco Examiner. 27 July 2007. Retrieved 15 November 2016.  ^ Baldassari, Erin (29 September 2016). "Commuter ferry service approved from East Bay to San Francisco, Redwood City". East Bay Times. Retrieved 15 November 2016. 


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