Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Local/Small Business Certification

The Port of Oakland with its partner agencies in the East Bay Interagency Alliance (EBIA) has established a collaborative Common Application for Certification designed to streamline the certification process for local, small, very small and emerging businesses that are located and operating in Alameda or Contra Costa County.

How to Become Port Certified

In 2013, the Social Responsibility Division (SRD) launched its online SRD Certification Application system as part of our commitment to prioritizing environmental responsibility, particularly when favoring green alternatives bears no additional cost to our community.

In order to apply for a new Port certification or renew an existing certification, an email address is required and internet access to http://srd.portofoakland.com/. You can also print a copy of the Registration Instructions (PDF) to learn how to register or access the system.

Beginning December 2015, the Port will no longer accept "paper" Common Application for Local Certification and respective supporting documents sent by fax or U.S. Mail.  The exclusive use of the online Certification Application system will provide efficiency, reliability and a secure manner to become Port certified at your convenience.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

  • NAICS Codes
    Note: NAICS codes are defined as the key for work codes that identify the type of work or industry category that identifies your firm.
  • Links & Resources (PDF)


Contact Us at:

Port of Oakland
530 Water Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Port Certification

(510) 627-1627 SRD General Line