Waterfront Plan Update

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The Port of San Francisco Waterfront Land Use Plan ("Waterfront Plan") sets forth land use and urban design policies for the 7 ½ miles of piers, shoreline and nearby lands under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Port Commission, from Fisherman’s Wharf to India Basin.

A major public process to update the Waterfront Plan is underway. The Waterfront Plan Working Group, assisted by 7 Advisory Teams, has hosted over 30 public meetings over the past 2 years. In December 2017, the Working Group produced 161 Port-wide policy recommendations about how the Port should address land use, open space, maritime, transportation, environmental and waterfront resilience challenges and opportunities in the Waterfront Plan Update.

“Part 3” of the public planning process will continue through Spring 2018. Walking tours and workshops will focus on The Embarcadero Public Realm and the Northeast and South Beach areas of the waterfront. The recommendations and comments generated from this public planning process will guide Port efforts to draft amendments to update the Waterfront Plan.

Get involved to learn more about the Port and the Waterfront Plan Update. This effort is also being coordinated with the San Francisco Seawall Earthquake Safety and Disaster Prevention Program.

 

 

Pier 30-32 & Seawall Lot 330 Public Workshop
Wednesday, May 2, 2018; 6-8pm
Port of San Francisco Office, Pier 1
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Part 3 Schedule

Waterfront Plan Update 01    Waterfront Plan Update 02

Waterfront Plan Update 03  Waterfront Plan Update 04

Waterfront Plan Update 05

Waterfront Plan Update 06    Waterfront Plan Update 07

Waterfront Plan Update 08