Story last updated at 5/15/2013 - 1:28 pm
The Juneau community is invited to attend a Statter Harbor Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at noon on May 15. This event will commemorate the successful completion of Phase I of the Statter Harbor master plan. The Mayor and Juneau legislative delegation will be on hand to appropriately celebrate this $8.5 million project which replaces Dehart's Marina and provides needed repairs to the existing floats. This will also coincide with the annual Docks & Harbors Customer Appreciation Day - which will provide hot dogs and drinks to our harbor patrons. All are welcome to the event which is funded with volunteer donations. It is anticipated that the reserved moorage slips will be available after 4:30 p.m. on May 15.
Statter Harbor Loading Zones. After several public meetings within the Docks & Harbors Board framework and separately with Docks & Harbors Staff, the Harbormaster has established the following guidelines for the loading zones:
All harbor patrons may use the loading zones from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. for active loading/unloading of gear, groceries or tour passengers.
Open moorage, including overnight moorage, will be allowed from 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. in the "Horseshoe" area.
The bottom of the main gangway is designated 24-hour active loading only and is not available for overnight moorage.
Territorial Sportsmen's float will be utilized for scheduled fish sales only and shall not be used for loading.
Vessels greater than 50 feet, with a submitted schedule to the Harbormaster, have priority use of the loading zone at the bottom of the main gangway for loading/unloading of passengers.