Waterfront Resilience Program

The Port of San Francisco's treasured waterfront is vulnerable to hazards, including urgent seismic risk and increasing flood risks from sea level rise.

To protect this resource - from the iconic landmarks, cultural and art destinations, and beautiful open spaces to connected to the Bay, to the diverse maritime industries and businesses, and key emergency, transportation and utility infrastructure - for future generations, the Port has established the Waterfront Resilience Program.  The Program works to ensure the waterfront, and its critical regional and citywide assets, are resilient to hazards - and increasingly accessible to everyone it serves.

Dive In: Get to Know the Waterfront Resilience Program

Rincon Park and the Embarcadero Seawall
Embarcadero Seawall Resilience
Islais Creek
Islais Creek / Bayview Resilience
Mission Creek / Mission Bay
Mission Creek / Mission Bay Resilience
Flooding at Pier 3
Seismic and Flood Risk 101