It's Your Turn: Provide Feedback on the Islais Creek / Bayview Resilience Goals

Help the Port direct priorities by weighing in on the Islais Creek / Bayview Resilience goals. Your insights and feedback are invaluable as the Port thinks both short- and long-term about the waterfront. Read the abridged draft goals below and add your comments/ideas/feedback below.

These draft goals will be shared in more depth during Community #2 in January 2020 - RSVP today!

Thanks for participating!


SOCIETY & EQUITY

  • Prioritize people in emergency response and disaster recovery
  • Protect people and the places they rely on
  • Protect the places prioritized through outreach
  • Support neighborhood vitality and character
  • Create and protect housing
  • Create accessible transportation between the waterfront, the City and the region

ENVIRONMENT

  • Make neighborhood parks and open spaces, schools and other neighborhood assets resilient to sea level rise
  • Prioritize clean air and water

ECONOMY

  • Create and protect jobs supporting a sustainable economy
  • Protect local businesses
  • Support Local Business Enterprise involvement

GOVERNANCE

  • Ensure engagement is authentic, transparent, and reflects the diversity of southern waterfront neighborhoods


San Francisco's shoreline will experience more frequent and severe flooding in the future. The southeastern stretch of the waterfront, including Islais Creek and the Bayview, faces unique challenges, which require solutions responsive to the needs and priorities of people living and working in these areas. To address these flood risks, along with seismic vulnerabilities, the Port is leading the Waterfront Resilience Program. Learn more about the Islais Creek / Bayview Resilience here.

Help the Port direct priorities by weighing in on the Islais Creek / Bayview Resilience goals. Your insights and feedback are invaluable as the Port thinks both short- and long-term about the waterfront. Read the abridged draft goals below and add your comments/ideas/feedback below.

These draft goals will be shared in more depth during Community #2 in January 2020 - RSVP today!

Thanks for participating!


SOCIETY & EQUITY

  • Prioritize people in emergency response and disaster recovery
  • Protect people and the places they rely on
  • Protect the places prioritized through outreach
  • Support neighborhood vitality and character
  • Create and protect housing
  • Create accessible transportation between the waterfront, the City and the region

ENVIRONMENT

  • Make neighborhood parks and open spaces, schools and other neighborhood assets resilient to sea level rise
  • Prioritize clean air and water

ECONOMY

  • Create and protect jobs supporting a sustainable economy
  • Protect local businesses
  • Support Local Business Enterprise involvement

GOVERNANCE

  • Ensure engagement is authentic, transparent, and reflects the diversity of southern waterfront neighborhoods


San Francisco's shoreline will experience more frequent and severe flooding in the future. The southeastern stretch of the waterfront, including Islais Creek and the Bayview, faces unique challenges, which require solutions responsive to the needs and priorities of people living and working in these areas. To address these flood risks, along with seismic vulnerabilities, the Port is leading the Waterfront Resilience Program. Learn more about the Islais Creek / Bayview Resilience here.

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Please see feedback collected at Holiday Mixer below: Environment - Clean sidewalks & streets; Economy - Help assist & protect our small neighborhood businesses; Governance - Continue inclusion of the residents in decision-making & ideas

Port Admin 7 months ago