About the Port
The Port of Cleveland is one of the largest ports on the Great Lakes. Over 20,000 jobs and $3.5 billion in annual economic activity are tied to the roughly 13 million tons of cargo that move through Cleveland Harbor each year. The Port of Cleveland is the only local government agency whose sole mission is to spur job creation and economic vitality in Cuyahoga County. The Port is an economic engine for our community, a key to Northeast Ohio's global competitiveness, and a crucial partner in building Cuyahoga County's future.
- 20,273 Jobs supported by maritime activity
- $3.5 Billion of total economic value supported in the region
- $1.4 Billion total personal income and local consumption
1100 W. 9th Street - Suite 300
Cleveland, OH 44113
Visitor parking available in lot directly south of building.
Enter from W. 9th Street.
Port Truck Entrance
775 Erieside Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
Entry into the Port is limited to individuals who hold a federal Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Entry for those without a TWIC credential can be provided by a Port escort for $40/hour, with a $40 minimum. Cash only.