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USCG AirSta/SFO
Ediz Hook Road
Port Angeles, WA
98362-0159

Air Station / Sector Field Office (SFO) Port Angeles

Ediz Hook Road
Port Angeles, WA  98362-0159

Supported Units

Station Neah Bay

PO Box 120
Neah Bay, WA 98357-0120
Telephone: (360) 645-2237
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Station Neah Bay is located on the Makah Indian Reservation at the entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca approximately 65 miles west of Port Angeles. Neah Bay is one of two semi-isolated units in the Thirteenth Coast Guard District. Despite the remote location, Neah Bay is a very popular summer tourist destination, renowned for its salmon and halibut fishing. A developing sea urchin fishery also contributes to Station Neah Bay's mission demands. Each year the station is involved in several rescues of Canadian vessels.

Station Neah Bay enjoys an excellent relationship with the Makah Tribe and their enforcement officers. We continue to complete voluntary dockside examinations of most Tribal commercial fishing vessels. We also work closely with their Tribal environmental response personnel in response to minor oil spills in the bay. We are an active member of the local Disaster Preparedness Committee, providing input and advice as needed. Commanding Officer is a member of the Vocational Advisory Board at the local high school and promotes CG careers in the community.

Station Neah Bay closely cooperates with all local and federal agencies. The National Marine Fisheries Service maintains operating facilities at Station Neah Bay and coordinates with this unit in conducting law enforcement operations. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration maintains operating facilities at this unit in support of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. We provide mooring facilities for NMFS, NOAA, and the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife.

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