Planning for Our Future

The Port’s Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, or MHRA, provides new information and insight into how earthquake damage and impacts from different flood events might impact people, the environment, and the economy. The MHRA also provides insight into which assets and services are most at risk along the Embarcadero waterfront. MHRA findings tell us there are areas more at risk of earthquake damage due to different soil conditions - and some less so.

Over the past two years, the Port’s Waterfront Resilience Program has engaged the community, educating people about earthquake and current and future flood risks along the waterfront, and gathering feedback on key Program priorities and which waterfront assets and services are most important.

The Port is using study findings and public feedback to prioritize projects in locations with the highest concentrations of people and the most critical emergency response assets, along with urgent seismic risk. With community and stakeholder input on key adaptation strategies, projects will be selected for Proposition A bond funding in March 2021.

The Port invites you to dive deeper into what we’ve heard and studied and help us envision our future waterfront.


MEASURES EXPLORER:
WATERFRONT RESILIENCE STORY MAPS:
Learn more about the key adaptation strategies under consideration by the Port
Learn more about earthquake and flood risks along the waterfront











Along the way, the Port has developed additional resources to provide further context. Click through the links below to learn more:


The Port’s Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, or MHRA, provides new information and insight into how earthquake damage and impacts from different flood events might impact people, the environment, and the economy. The MHRA also provides insight into which assets and services are most at risk along the Embarcadero waterfront. MHRA findings tell us there are areas more at risk of earthquake damage due to different soil conditions - and some less so.

Over the past two years, the Port’s Waterfront Resilience Program has engaged the community, educating people about earthquake and current and future flood risks along the waterfront, and gathering feedback on key Program priorities and which waterfront assets and services are most important.

The Port is using study findings and public feedback to prioritize projects in locations with the highest concentrations of people and the most critical emergency response assets, along with urgent seismic risk. With community and stakeholder input on key adaptation strategies, projects will be selected for Proposition A bond funding in March 2021.

The Port invites you to dive deeper into what we’ve heard and studied and help us envision our future waterfront.


MEASURES EXPLORER:
WATERFRONT RESILIENCE STORY MAPS:
Learn more about the key adaptation strategies under consideration by the Port
Learn more about earthquake and flood risks along the waterfront











Along the way, the Port has developed additional resources to provide further context. Click through the links below to learn more: