The Sand Point New City Dock was constructed in 2019 as a pile-supported structure. It currently rests on the eastern side of the New Harbor breakwater. The city dock currently serves as a multi-function dock acting first and foremost as a shipping and receiving terminal for commercial goods, services and industry, as well as a service terminal for the Tustumena ferry. The dock receives barge service weekly from Seattle throughout the year. The dock also handles processed seafood via shipping container vans regularly. Given the lack of road access to the city of Sand Point, the city dock is an essential component of infrastructure providing critical access between Sand Point and the Pacific Northwest region.
The Old Dock is currently closed due to damage sustained in the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that rocked the region in July 2020. Please do not tie-up to or otherwise use the dock.