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Port SF: What is the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment?
The Port is undertaking a massive investigation – officially called the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, or MHRA. The Port is using lasers to measure water depth, drilling holes to better understand...Read more
Port SF: What is the Multi-HazPort SF: What is the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment?
The Port is undertaking a massive investigation – officially called the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, or MHRA. The Port is using lasers to measure water depth, drilling holes to better understand soil conditions, modeling earthquakes using innovative technology, and hearing from the community about what matters most. Learn more about the MHRA by watching this short “explainer” video.
Port of San Francisco EmbarcadPort of San Francisco Embarcadero Seawall Earthquake & Flood Simulation
This earthquake and flood simulation video is based on engineering studies. The Embarcadero Seawall is the foundation of over three miles of San Francisco’s waterfront from Fisherman’s Wharf to Mission Creek. The Seawall is over 100 years old and in desperate need of repair.
Women of the Waterfront: EmbarWomen of the Waterfront: Embarcadero Seawall Program
Port of San Francisco and waterfront leaders talk about the importance of the Embarcadero Seawall.
King Tides Time LapseKing Tides Time Lapse
Timelapse of king tides at Pier 14, Port of San Francisco, during January 2018
Port Executive Director ElainePort Executive Director Elaine Forbes
Executive Director of the Port of San Francisco Elaine Forbes talks about the Embarcadero Seawall.
Port Commission President KimbPort Commission President Kimberly Brandon
President of the Port Commission Kimberly Brandon talks about the Embarcadero Seawall.
Port Commissioner Doreen Woo HPort Commissioner Doreen Woo Ho
Port Commissioner Doreen Woo Ho talks about the Embarcadero Seawall and its importance to the health of the waterfront and San Francisco.
City Administrator Naomi KellyCity Administrator Naomi Kelly
San Francisco City Administrator Naomi Kelly talks about the importance of the Embarcadero Seawall and its role in protecting the city's most critical lifelines.
President of the Commission ofPresident of the Commission of the Environment, Elmy Bermejo
Elmy Bermejo, Presidenta de la Comisión sobre el Ambiente, habla sobre el Malecón del Embarcadero
Eileen Rinaldi. founder of Ritual Coffee, talks about the Embarcadero Seawall and partnering with Port of San Francisco for a special Seawall coffee blend.
"I love the waterfront...." Co"I love the waterfront...." Community Outreach Time Lapse
“I love the waterfront because…” Embarcadero Seawall Program community outreach at Sunday Streets. Thanks for telling us what you love about the waterfront!
Seawall Bicycle TourSeawall Bicycle Tour
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and Port of San Francisco partner on a Seawall Bike Tour. The Embarcadero Seawall is the foundation of over three miles of San Francisco’s waterfront, is over 100 years old, and is in desperate need of repair. The Seawall between AT&T Park and Fisherman’s Wharf is a key bicycle route, counting 700-900 evening commute riders each day.