The City's Economic Development Director is responsible for managing the Port of Pittsburg's Municipal Marina. The Port of Pittsburg Municipal Marina offers a total of 575 berths, including 274 covered berths, from 6.1 to 15.2 meters (20 to 50 feet) and side ties from 15.2 to 22.9 meters (50 to 75 feet). There is ample access to the Port of Pittsburg waterfront for walking, jogging, and bicycling.
The Port of Pittsburg Municipal Marina includes water and electricity in berth rentals. A fuel dock is located 55 meters (60 yards) from the east entrance. Port of Pittsburg Municipal Marina services include a 24-hour public boat launch ramp, on-site haul-out services, pump-out sewage/bilge service, and easy access to public transportation. While live-aboard rentals are not available at this time, guest berths can be rented at 50 cents per foot (with a $10 minimum). The Pittsburg Yacht Club is located in the Port of Pittsburg Municipal Marina, and a dockside market offers live and frozen bait for fishers.
There are several commercial wharves operating in the Port of Pittsburg. The Pittsburg Wharf supports two companies: USS-POSCO Industries and the Diablo Service Corporation. Located on New York Slough, USS-POSCO Industries receives semi-finished steel at the wharf by barge and vessel. Two connecting rail tracks run the length of this Port of Pittsburg wharf and connect with the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway and the Union Pacific Railroad. USS-POSCO operates a steel-finishing mill at the rear of the wharf. Berthing space devoted to USS-POSCO is about 272 meters (891 feet) with alongside depth of 10 meters (33 feet) MLLW.
Also operating at the Port of Pittsburg Wharf is the Diablo Service Corporation which ships petroleum coke by vessel and receives caustic soda by barge. Diablo uses one of the surface rail tracks linking this Port of Pittsburg wharf to an open storage area in the rear. The Diablo area is connected by one stainless steel pipeline to a one million gallon capacity caustic soda storage tank located at the terminal in the rear. The open storage area has space for 75 thousand tons of bulk material. Diablo Service's area of the Port of Pittsburg Wharf has berthing space of almost 352 meters (1154 feet) with alongside depth of 10.7 meters (35 feet) MLLW.
Also located at the Port of Pittsburg's New York Slough, Dow Chemical Company owns and operates the Pittsburg Plant Wharf to ship and receive caustic soda. Rail trackage in the rear of the plant connects to the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway. The Port of Pittsburg Plant Wharf is connected b y one caustic soda pipeline from the wharf to five steel storage tanks with total capacity for more than 3.4 million gallons at the rear. A two-inch steam line also serves the wharf. The wharf has berthing distance of almost 205 meters (672 feet) with alongside depth of 12.2 meters (40 feet) MLLW.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company owns and operates the Port of Pittsburg's Delta Power Plant Wharf on Suisun Bay for the occasional receipt and shipment of fuel oil by tanker and barge. One surface rail track connecting with the Union Pacific Railroad serves the plant at the rear of the wharf. The wharf is connected by two steel pipelines to four mooring dolphins at the rear of the line of berthing.
A steam-traced pipeline connects the Port of Pittsburg's Delta Power Plant Tanker Dock to 16 steel storage tanks with total capacity for over 5.4 million barrels, and one steam-traced pipeline connects the Barge Dock to the storage tanks. An inland pipeline connects the storage tanks to three power plants at Hercules, Richmond, and Antioch. The wharf is also served by a steam line and a storm drainage line. The Port of Pittsburg Delta Power Plant Wharf has berthing distance of 326 meters (1070 feet) with alongside depth of 10.7 meters (35 feet) MLLW.
The Port of Pittsburg Dock is owned and operated by USS-POSCO Industries to moor tugboats. Located on the south side of New York Slough, rail tracks connect the dock to the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway and Union Pacific Railroad. The Port of Pittsburg Dock has berthing distance of 122 meters (400 feet) with alongside depth of 7.6 meters (25 feet) MLLW.