The Mare Island Naval Shipyard was the first U.S. Navy base established on the Pacific Ocean. It is located in Vallejo, California.
|Chapter 43, Statutes of 1854||An Act declaring the Consent of the Legislature of the State of California to the Purchase by the United States of Signor or Mare Island; to relinquish the Title and Interest of the State in overflowed portions of said Island, and to vest the Jurisdiction over the same in the United States, for the purposes therein specified.|
|Chapter 81, Statutes of 1897||An Act relinquishing to the United States of America the title of this State to certain lands.|
|Chapter 1452, Statutes of 1963||An act relating to the conveyance of land to the United States for military, naval, or defense purposes.|
|Chapter 588, Statutes of 2004||An act to repeal Chapter 310 of the Statutes of 1913, Chapter 417 of the Statutes of 1925, Chapter 483 of the Statutes of 1947, Chapter 117 of the Statutes of 1957, Chapter 1501 of the Statutes of 1957, Sections 10 and 11 of Chapter 11 of the Statutes of 1962, Chapter 63 of the Statutes of 1962 of the First Extraordinary Session, and Chapter 24 of the Statutes of 1963, relating to tidelands and submerged lands of the City of Vallejo.|
|06/27/2000 (36)||Consider request for approval of (1) Mare Island Property Settlement and Exchange Agreement between the City of Vallejo and the State Lands Commission; and (2) issuance of a Public Agency Lease of certain property at Mare Island to the City of Vallejo; city of Vallejo, Solano County|
|09/17/2001 (68)||Consider request for approval of an amendment to Mare Island Property Settlement and Exchange Agreement between the City of Vallejo and the State Lands Commission at Mare Island; city of Vallejo, Solano County|
|06/18/2002 (26)||Consider acceptance of title to the Western Early Transfer Parcel, Mare Island, and entry into related agreements and leases; city of Vallejo, Solano County|