PORT OF TOLEDO
The Port of Toledo, Oregon, encompasses 443 square miles, including the cities of Toledo and Siletz, as well as a large area of unincorporated Lincoln County with facilities located along the Yaquina River. The Port offers a wide variety of services to develop, promote, and sustain the economic base of the area, including the Port of Toledo Shipyard, industrial leases, as well as recreational facilities.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
As a steward of the public trust the Port of Toledo: Creates economic development and quality jobs by retaining and growing businesses; Maintains and adds waterborne and land transportation infrastructure that attracts new businesses; Builds our Port’s financial strength, increasing and diversifying operating revenue sources; Protects and enhances the special quality of place and the quality of life for our port district’s citizens, and; Makes the highest and best use of our financial tools, people, and property assets.
Port of Toledo's Wooden Boat Show is an annual event held on the 3rd weekend of August. It is a free, family friendly festival that celebrates the historic traditions of wooden boats. The event is located at the Port's Marina and Waterfront Park one block from Main Street.
The 16th Annual Port of Toledo Wooden Boat Show is cancelled due to COVID19 concerns.