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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: office@portofmc.com

Port Terminal:
800 Youngs Road
Morgan City, LA

  • Next regular meeting of the Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District is Monday, February 11, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at the Port's Emergency Operations Center at 7327 Highway 182, Morgan City, LA 70380
    See United States Coast Guard link under river watch for high water info.



Latest News

Published on 01/15/2019
business-goes-on-as-usual-at-port-meetingStanding, from left, Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Attorney Gerard Bourgeois swears in new portcommissioners Troy Lombardo and Steven Cornes at the start of Monday’s commission meeting.By ZACHARY FITZGERALDzfitzgerald@daily-review.comDespite the partial federal government shutdown, the first meeting of 2019 for the Morgan City Harbor andTerminal District Commission went on mostly as it normally does.  Two new commissioners, Steven Cornes and Troy Lombardo, were sworn in at the start Monday’s meeting. The commission also elected Joe Cain as commission president, Lee Dragna as vice president, Deborah Garber as treasurer and Tim Matthews as  secretary. Officials with the U.S. Coast Guard were...Read More
Published on 01/02/2019
As we begin 2019, the Port of Morgan City is pleased to deliver our annual report for the year 2018 to you!  It is rather lengthy, but we hope you will take the time to read it.  We have a lot of good information to share with you.  We also provided links throughout our report to some of the things we discussed incase you want to learn more about the topic. We want to begin by thanking Congressman Higgins, Senator Cassidy, Senator Kennedy and the rest of our Louisiana delegation for helping us to achieve funding levels that we have not...Read More
Published on 12/17/2018
port-will-advertise-for-bids-on-rail-projectThe Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Commission recently recognized commissioners Matt Ackel and Duane Lodrigue for a decade of service on the commission. Both are nearing the end of their time as port commissioners. Front row, from left, are Port Office Manager Tori Henry, Ackel, Lodrigue, and Commissioner Joe Cain.  Back row are commissioners Tim Matthews Sr. and Ben Adams, Port Executive Director Raymond “Mac” Wade, Commissioner Adam Mayon, Port Economic Development Manager Cindy Cutrera, and commissioners Lee Dragna and Pete Orlando. By ZACHARY FITZGERALDzfitzgerald @daily-review.com After recently learning that the Port of Morgan City will get almost $4.8 million from...Read More
Published on 11/27/2018
The Port of Morgan City is set to receive another $3 million for dredging through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, bringing the port’s total dredging funds announced in thepast year to roughly $45 million. In a Monday email, Port Economic Development Manager Cindy Cutrera stated that the Corps of Engineers’ fiscal year 2019 work plan will include an additional $3.025 million allocation for dredging of the Atchafalaya River and Bayous Boeuf, Black and Chene. An accumulation of sand in the river and fluid mud, known as fluff, in the bar channel has prevented many commercial vessels in recent years...Read More
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