Security grant goes to Port of Galveston
The Port of Galveston received a $1 million grant to boost its security, officials announced Thursday.
The grant, awarded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, will be used for two projects. The first expands the port’s fiber network infrastructure and video surveillance systems, supports cybersecurity efforts and provides funds to assist with system maintenance.
The second will replace the canopy at the security gate serving the port’s West End terminals, according to a news release.