It's Your Turn: Map Your Priorities Along the Waterfront

Help us lay a foundation for the future by mapping our city's important assets along the waterfront. Your insights and feedback are invaluable as we work together to strengthen the waterfront for generations to come.

This mapping exercise is modified from a table-top activity at Seawall Community Meeting #2 in September 2018 and two USACE/Port Flood Study Meetings in March 2019. Couldn't attend but want to learn more? View the Seawall Community Meeting presentations here or the Embarcadero Seawall "learn more" page. View the USACE/Port Flood Study presentations and other materials here.

Map your priorities by identifying which assets are most important to inform how we prioritize and define projects.

Thanks for participating!

Help us lay a foundation for the future by mapping our city's important assets along the waterfront. Your insights and feedback are invaluable as we work together to strengthen the waterfront for generations to come.

This mapping exercise is modified from a table-top activity at Seawall Community Meeting #2 in September 2018 and two USACE/Port Flood Study Meetings in March 2019. Couldn't attend but want to learn more? View the Seawall Community Meeting presentations here or the Embarcadero Seawall "learn more" page. View the USACE/Port Flood Study presentations and other materials here.

Map your priorities by identifying which assets are most important to inform how we prioritize and define projects.

Thanks for participating!

Waterfront Assets Mapping Exercise

over 1 year


We want to hear from you! In three simple steps, inform how we prioritize and define projects along our waterfront.


1. Below is a map of the San Francisco waterfront, showing the Port and the Embarcadero Seawall - the Seawall is over three miles long. Take a moment to check-out the map. 

2. We've placed life safety and disaster response pins on the map already within the three miles of the Seawall - these are important sites and are vital for our city's disaster response and recovery.

3. Now it's your turn. Share up to three important places along the...


We want to hear from you! In three simple steps, inform how we prioritize and define projects along our waterfront.


1. Below is a map of the San Francisco waterfront, showing the Port and the Embarcadero Seawall - the Seawall is over three miles long. Take a moment to check-out the map. 

2. We've placed life safety and disaster response pins on the map already within the three miles of the Seawall - these are important sites and are vital for our city's disaster response and recovery.

3. Now it's your turn. Share up to three important places along the waterfront using the pins, and let us know why you prioritized each.

Thanks for participating!