The Cordova Harbor and Port Department is responsible for managing and maintaining the Port of Cordova. The harbor can moor 727 boats, making it one of the largest single-basin harbors in Alaska. The slips in the harbor range from 7.3 to 21.3 meters. The Port of Cordova contains two tidal grids, two launch ramps, equipment for vessel haul-out, and storage for vessels and gear.
The Port of Cordova has three larger docks. The Port of Cordova's Municipal Dock is its major commercial facility. The dock is 124.4 meters long with alongside depth of 7.6 meters. The City Dock, used mostly for moving fishing gear and light freight, is 91.4 meters long. The T-Dock is used to moor the buoy-tender Sycamore.
Six full-time employees staff the Port of Cordova's Harbor and Port Department, and part-time employees work there summers. The harbor office is open seven days a week for 16 hours per day. Boaters visiting the Port of Cordova should check in at the harbor office to register. Moorage fees are charged annually ($37.75/foot/year), monthly ($10.75/foot/month), and daily ($0.80/foot/day in advance).
The Port of Cordova also offers seaplane moorage, bilge water collection, sewage tank pump-out, and used oil reception.