About the Noyo Harbor District

Introduction

The Noyo Harbor Commission, consisting of five members, is the governing body of the Noyo Harbor District; a special public district and political subdivision of the State of California, organized under Section 6200 et seq. of the California Harbors and Navigation Code. The Commission has the ultimate authority of and directs all phases of operations of the Noyo Mooring Basin at Noyo Harbor; plans for the future use and development of Harbor District property and facilities; represents the Noyo Harbor District in contacts with Federal, State, County, City and other public and private agencies; supervises the preparation of and adopts the annual budget. The Commissioners are not compensated for their service to the Harbor District.

They meet regularly on the second Thursday of each month.

Mission

The primary mission of the Noyo Harbor District is to ensure that the Noyo Harbor District is a viable operational and financial entity, providing boating and marine related opportunities for the public.

Senator Mike McGuire visits Noyo Harbor, June 2016

Senator Mike McGuire visits Noyo Harbor, June 2016

Commissioners

  • Joe Caito – Chairman
  • Dusty Dillion – Vice Chairman
  • Jim Hurst
  • Bill Forkner
  • Steve Bradley

Staff

Justin Pyorre – Harbormaster

Carla Slaven – Secretary/Treasurer

Jeff Ball – Maintenance

Todd Armitage – Maintenance

Gary Hammond – Weekend Harbor Attendant