It's Your Turn: Provide Feedback on the Mission Bay / Mission Creek Resilience Goals

Help the Port of San Francisco direct priorities by weighing in on the draft Mission Bay / Mission Creek Resilience goals. Your insights and feedback are invaluable in thinking both short- and long-term about the waterfront. These draft goals are being shared through community outreach during spring 2020.


Read the draft goals below and add your comments/ideas/feedback here.



MISSION BAY / MISSION CREEK DRAFT GOALS

COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL EQUITY - A socially and environmentally resilient neighborhood

  • Prioritize people in emergency response and evacuation, and disaster recovery
  • Protect people and the places they rely on, such as Mission Bay Hospital (UCSF)
  • Support neighborhood vitality and character and prioritize homes
  • Adapt buildings, homes, open spaces and services that ensure the safety and preparedness of the district and city in the case of a flood emergency
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


ECONOMY - A sustainable economy that benefits local residents, workers, and industries

  • Prioritize economic vitality and access to employment
  • Create and protect jobs supporting a sustainable economy
  • Protect local businesses by adapting flood-prone areas that currently support existing jobs and small businesses
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


ENVIRONMENT - A healthy environment for residents, workers, and ecologies

  • Prioritize natural approaches to risk reduction wherever possible
  • Enhance ecology while addressing concerns about saltwater inundation
  • Make neighborhood parks and open spaces, schools and other neighborhood assets resilient to sea level rise
  • Prioritize clean air and water
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


GOVERNANCE - Authentic and transparent public engagement during and beyond the planning phase

  • Build capacity and partnerships among a broad range of stakeholders
  • Ensure engagement is authentic, transparent, and reflects the diversity of the Mission Bay neighborhood
  • Engage with youth to build long-term understanding, capacity, and stewardship
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


TRANSPORTATION - A transportation system that is resilient and adaptable to flood risk

  • Create accessible transportation between Mission Bay, the City and the region
  • Prioritize critical transportation assets
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


San Francisco's shoreline will experience more frequent and severe flooding in the future. To address these flood risks, along with seismic vulnerabilities, the Port is leading the Waterfront Resilience Program. Learn more about Mission Bay / Mission Creek resilience here.

Help the Port of San Francisco direct priorities by weighing in on the draft Mission Bay / Mission Creek Resilience goals. Your insights and feedback are invaluable in thinking both short- and long-term about the waterfront. These draft goals are being shared through community outreach during spring 2020.


Read the draft goals below and add your comments/ideas/feedback here.



MISSION BAY / MISSION CREEK DRAFT GOALS

COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL EQUITY - A socially and environmentally resilient neighborhood

  • Prioritize people in emergency response and evacuation, and disaster recovery
  • Protect people and the places they rely on, such as Mission Bay Hospital (UCSF)
  • Support neighborhood vitality and character and prioritize homes
  • Adapt buildings, homes, open spaces and services that ensure the safety and preparedness of the district and city in the case of a flood emergency
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


ECONOMY - A sustainable economy that benefits local residents, workers, and industries

  • Prioritize economic vitality and access to employment
  • Create and protect jobs supporting a sustainable economy
  • Protect local businesses by adapting flood-prone areas that currently support existing jobs and small businesses
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


ENVIRONMENT - A healthy environment for residents, workers, and ecologies

  • Prioritize natural approaches to risk reduction wherever possible
  • Enhance ecology while addressing concerns about saltwater inundation
  • Make neighborhood parks and open spaces, schools and other neighborhood assets resilient to sea level rise
  • Prioritize clean air and water
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


GOVERNANCE - Authentic and transparent public engagement during and beyond the planning phase

  • Build capacity and partnerships among a broad range of stakeholders
  • Ensure engagement is authentic, transparent, and reflects the diversity of the Mission Bay neighborhood
  • Engage with youth to build long-term understanding, capacity, and stewardship
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


TRANSPORTATION - A transportation system that is resilient and adaptable to flood risk

  • Create accessible transportation between Mission Bay, the City and the region
  • Prioritize critical transportation assets
  • Add your comments/ideas/feedback here


San Francisco's shoreline will experience more frequent and severe flooding in the future. To address these flood risks, along with seismic vulnerabilities, the Port is leading the Waterfront Resilience Program. Learn more about Mission Bay / Mission Creek resilience here.