To invest Acheson Resources on a sustainable basis in partnership with others, to enhance the quality of life in the Southside of Port Huron.

To effectively employ financial and human resources to develop projects and programs through economic partners that share the Acheson Vision.

Upcoming Events

APRIL 19 (Saturday):  This is the last date for kids, 12 and younger, to build a model ship at the Maritime Center, 51 Water Street.  The Great Lakes Nautical Society hosts a class (noon to 3 p.m.). A fee of $6 is charged for each model a child builds (six choices).  The class is limited to 40.  Each child must be accompanied by an adult.

APRIL 19 (Saturday):  Roger LeLievre is back at the Great Lakes Maritime Center, 51 Water Street, with his 2014 edition of "Know Your Ships."  If you're a boat watcher, "Know Your Ships" is a must-have.  He'll sell and sign his book from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Center


APRIL 26 (Saturday):  A "Blessing of the Fleet" ceremony will be held outside the Maritime Center, 51 Water Street, from 11 to noon to mark the opening of the Great Lakes shipping season. Various maritime groups will participate in the service.

Desmond Landing Progress Report

On-going mixed-use development located on the beautiful St. Clair River.

Based on the eight goals identified by the people of Port Huron: More than $100M invested since 1999.
Great Lakes Maritime Center Seaway Terminal
Come and visit our Maritime Center.
Deep water Port and Event Center on the St. Clair River.