Coast Guard Duluth - On and Off Base Information
Coast Guard Duluth Housing Information
Coast Guard Duluth (CG) Housing and Information:
Coast Guard Station Duluth's missions include Search and Rescue, Maritime Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, Ice Rescue, Recreational Boating Safety, Military Readiness, and Environmental Response. Our area of responsibility stretches from Two Harbors, MN to Port Wing, WI.
Location: The Coast Guard Marine Safey Unit Duluth facility is located at 600 S. Lake Avenue Duluth, MN 55802. The USCG Station Duluth, Aids to Navigation Team, and Coast Guard Cutter Alder are all in and around 1201 Minnesota Avenue, Duluth, MN, 55802.
Coast Guard Duluth Housing: Military housing is not available at the Coast Guard Duluth facilities.
The land for the Duluth Life Saving Station was donated by the City of Duluth to the Life Saving Service on June 19, 1866 at a cost of $1.00. The plot was known as Franklyn Square and was on the Minnesota Point. It was the duty of life saving station crews, in the earlier days, to maintain a visual watch of the coast and be prepared to launch their boats to assist any ship that seemed to be in trouble. Under the Coast Guard, it became the Duluth Lifeboat Station. With the advent of radio, the station was equipped with voice radio communications. Added later were an electronic repair ship, a group office, a light attendant station, and a light station at Duluth.
Due to an increase if responsibilities, crew size, and an aging building, the Coast Guard opened the current station in 1958. The current facilities in Duluth are occupied by Station Duluth, ANT Duluth, USCGC ALDER, and maintains a contingent to staff Station North Superior during the summer.
1201 Minnesota Ave. Duluth, MN 55801
Duluth, MN 55801