Noyo Harbor: 39°25’40” N, 23°48’20” W, is located 130 nautical miles NW of San Francisco and 145 nautical miles SSW of Crescent City, built near the mouth of the Noyo River. The Noyo Harbor District is governed by five commissioners; the Marina is operated by a Harbormaster and a small staff year around.
Learn about our harbor from our Harbormaster:
Noyo Harbor District is Hiring
The Noyo Harbor District is looking for a professional to help with financial matters. See the attached RFQ. This position would be a contract position not an employee position at the Harbor District.
Marina Manager Position
This position works under the supervision of the Harbormaster. The Marina Manager will be responsible for running and the operations of the Noyo Harbor Moorning Basin. They will interact with the public and are expected to represent the Noyo Harbor District. This position will operate from the Noyo Harbor District office and will require the individual to work outside in potentially foul weather from time to time. Work at nights and weekends will also be required. Workloads are likely to fluctuate with the seasons and the candidates should be prepared for that. Ideal candidates can work independently, are self-motivated and solution orientated. Attention to detail, communication and building relationships with vessels owners will be key in succeeding in this position. The ideal candidate would also have ties to the commercial or recreational fishing industry, or an understanding of how fisheries are managed. See position detail below
Community Sustainability Plan
The Noyo Harbor District completed a Community Sustainability Plan (CSP) in June 2019. A CSP is an assessment of various factors affecting Noyo’s economic, environmental and social well being in the face of an uncertain regulatory climate. This is a long-term, strategic roadmap for Noyo Harbor that will produce recommendations for increased support for our fishing community. Locals and visitor alike appreciate our unique, working waterfront. Preserving the culture of the vital, fishing economy benefits not only our local fishermen, but increases the overall value of Noyo Harbor as an asset for the local Fort Bragg community and visitors alike.
For more information, visit our Community Sustainability Plan page.
Harbormaster Office -Anna Neumann