Embarcadero Seawall Community Meeting #5 - RSVP!

Laying a Foundation for the Future: Investigating Waterfront Risks & Consequences

Join the Port of San Francisco at the fifth in a series of Embarcadero Seawall Community Meetings to learn more about the Embarcadero Seawall Program, the Waterfront Resilience Program, and the methodology behind the Port's Embarcadero Seawall massive investigation – officially called the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, or MHRA.

Please RSVP so that we are sure to have plenty of refreshments.

Here at the Port, we're 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 aspects of our waterfront matter most. We want to share the MHRA process and receive public feedback on risks and consequences. Please join us!

Thank you for participating in the Embarcadero Seawall Community Meeting series - and welcome aboard if this is your first meeting!

  • Meeting #1 - introduction to the Embarcadero Seawall Program

  • Meeting #2 - prioritization of assets along the waterfront

  • Meeting #3 - Program's Phases - Strengthen, Adapt, and Envision

  • Meeting #4 - development of draft evaluation criteria and exploration of tradeoffs

  • Meeting #5 - Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment methodology

  • Future meetings include sharing MHRA findings in spring/summer 2020 and meetings to envision the future waterfront in 2100 and beyond.

Together we will create a safe, equitable, sustainable, and inspiring waterfront.

The event will be held at the beautiful Fisher Bay Observation Gallery at Exploratorium along the Embarcadero. Refreshments will be served by the Exploratorium's Seaglass Restaurant.

FAQs

  • The event is family friendly and features a kids activity table.
  • The event is ADA accessible, with access to accessible restrooms.
  • Translation is available when requested three business days in advance at (415) 274-0400 or kirsten.southey@sfport.com.

Learn about the Embarcadero Seawall Program and other Waterfront Resilience Program at sfportresilience.com

Laying a Foundation for the Future: Investigating Waterfront Risks & Consequences

Join the Port of San Francisco at the fifth in a series of Embarcadero Seawall Community Meetings to learn more about the Embarcadero Seawall Program, the Waterfront Resilience Program, and the methodology behind the Port's Embarcadero Seawall massive investigation – officially called the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, or MHRA.

Please RSVP so that we are sure to have plenty of refreshments.

Here at the Port, we're 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 aspects of our waterfront matter most. We want to share the MHRA process and receive public feedback on risks and consequences. Please join us!

Thank you for participating in the Embarcadero Seawall Community Meeting series - and welcome aboard if this is your first meeting!

  • Meeting #1 - introduction to the Embarcadero Seawall Program

  • Meeting #2 - prioritization of assets along the waterfront

  • Meeting #3 - Program's Phases - Strengthen, Adapt, and Envision

  • Meeting #4 - development of draft evaluation criteria and exploration of tradeoffs

  • Meeting #5 - Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment methodology

  • Future meetings include sharing MHRA findings in spring/summer 2020 and meetings to envision the future waterfront in 2100 and beyond.

Together we will create a safe, equitable, sustainable, and inspiring waterfront.

The event will be held at the beautiful Fisher Bay Observation Gallery at Exploratorium along the Embarcadero. Refreshments will be served by the Exploratorium's Seaglass Restaurant.

FAQs

  • The event is family friendly and features a kids activity table.
  • The event is ADA accessible, with access to accessible restrooms.
  • Translation is available when requested three business days in advance at (415) 274-0400 or kirsten.southey@sfport.com.

Learn about the Embarcadero Seawall Program and other Waterfront Resilience Program at sfportresilience.com