City of Sausalito

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The City of Sausalito was granted sovereign tide and submerged lands in trust in 1951. The grant was repealed in 1957 and a new grant of sovereign tide and submerged lands was granted for the establishment, improvement and conduct of a harbor, including an airport or aviation facilities, and for the construction maintenance and operation of wharves, docks, piers, slips, quays, and other utilities and appliances necessary or convenient for the promotion and accommodation of commerce and navigation by air and water, and for public buildings and parks, and playgrounds and public recreational purposes.

  • Staff Reports
    Item
    Description
    09/27/1956 (08) Introduce bill to correct an error in the description in the legislative grant of tide and submerged lands to the City under Chapter 534, Statutes of 1953
    03/27/1990 (57) Authorization for staff to hold public hearing to consider compliance of City with legislative tidelands grants
    06/28/2010 (52) Dredging lease
    06/23/2011 (89) Dredging lease
  • Granting Statutes
    Statute
    Digest / Bill Information
    Chapter 913, Statutes of 1951 An act conveying certain tidelands and lands lying under inland navigable waters, situate in San Francisco Bay to the City of Sausalito, in furtherance of navigation and commerce and the fisheries, and providing for the government, management and control thereof, reserving rights to the State. - REPEALED by Chapter 791
    Chapter 534, Statutes of 1953 An act conveying certain tidelands and lands lying under inland navigable waters, situate in San Francisco Bay to the City of Sausalito, for public purposes and benefits, and providing for the government, management and control thereof, reserving rights to the State. - REPEALED by Chapter 791
    Chapter 791, Statutes of 1957 An act conveying certain tidelands and lands lying under inland navigable waters, situate in San Francisco Bay, to the City of Sausalito, for public purposes and benefits, and providing for the government, management and control thereof, reserving rights to the State; and in connection therewith repealing Chapter 913 of the Statutes of 1951 and Chapter 534 of the Statutes of 1953.

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Chief, External Affairs Division
Sheri Pemberton
(916) 574-1800

Public Land Management Specialist
Reid Boggiano
(916) 574-0450