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Port of Morgan City


Physical Address:
7327 Highway 182
Morgan City, La 70380

Operating Hours:
8am - 4:30pm (Closed for lunch)

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1460,
Morgan City, La 70381

Tel:  985-384-0850
Fax: 985-385-1931

Email: .

Port Terminal:
800 Youngs Road
Morgan City, LA
  • Next regular meeting of the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District is Monday, August 13, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at the Port's Emergency Operations Center at 7327 Highway 182, Morgan City, LA 70380



Latest News

Published on 06/12/2018
tropical-storm-season-nears Locals meet to discuss preparations Forecasters are predicting above-average storm activity this hurricane season as the official start of the season approaches next week. And meteorologists are monitoring a disturbance already in the Caribbean. The Port of Morgan City hosted the annual Hurricane Preparedness Meeting Wednesday at its Emergency Operations Center. Hurricane season officially begins June 1 and continues through Nov. 30. Roger Erickson, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service’s Lake Charles office, spoke during the meeting. “We’re expecting this season to be more active than normal again,” Erickson said. Forecasters are expecting a distur- bance that’s...Read More
Published on 06/12/2018
Another $9 million should be available for the Port of Morgan City to use this year to dredge the Atchafalaya River, bringing the port’s total dredging funds to more than $40 million over the next two years. This funding should help bring import-export ships back to the Port of Morgan City. An import-export ship hasn’t visited the port since 2015 due to the lack of water depth. But a consultant says port leaders must fulfill their promise to do what’s necessary to bring waterway commerce back to the area. If not, they could see those funds drop sharply back to the...Read More
Published on 06/12/2018
The Atchafalaya River Bar Channel should be properly dredged and open to vessel traffic by early 2019. Many people in the Tri-City area’s maritime industry have been awaiting that news for several years. The Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Commission met Monday. Millions of dollars in additional funds to dredge waterways in the Port of Morgan City’s district potentially will ensure the channel is dredged to its congressionally authorized depth, said Tim Connell, Atchafalaya region manager for the U.S.Army Corps of  Engineers, during Monday’s meeting.  “This is definitely the most optimistic I’ve been since I’ve been involved,” Connell said. Connell...Read More
Published on 06/12/2018
Officials with the Portof Morgan City and U.S. Army Corps of Engineersare working with businesses to ensure all of the tonnage that passes through the port is accounted for so that the port can receive adequate long-term funding. The Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Commission met Monday. Tom Podany, director of the Corps’ waterborne commerce statistics division, was in Morgan City Monday for a stakeholders meeting to discuss the reporting of tonnage that travels through the port waterways.   Port leaders have been working with the waterborne commerce division to address the issue of underreported tonnage. U.S. ports are ranked by the...Read More

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