It's Your Turn: Provide Feedback on the Waterfront Resilience Program Goal Statement, Principles, and Evaluation Criteria

Help us shape the Port of San Francisco's Waterfront Resilience Program by providing feedback on the Program Goal Statement, Principles, and Evaluation Criteria. Your insights and feedback are invaluable as the Port thinks both short- and long-term about the waterfront. Please provide your feedback through this short survey.

The Port’s Waterfront Resilience Program ensures the City of San Francisco's bayside waterfront is protected from hazards including earthquakes, flooding, and sea level rise due to climate change. The Program includes the Embarcadero Seawall Program and the USACE Flood Resiliency Study. The Port’s Waterfront Resilience Program work is an inclusive effort that aligns with many different initiatives. More information on the Waterfront Resilience Program can be found here.

Thanks for participating!

This survey was shared at Seawall Community Meeting #4 in June 2019 . Couldn't attend but want to learn more? View the Community Meeting presentations here and the meeting recap here.

Help us shape the Port of San Francisco's Waterfront Resilience Program by providing feedback on the Program Goal Statement, Principles, and Evaluation Criteria. Your insights and feedback are invaluable as the Port thinks both short- and long-term about the waterfront. Please provide your feedback through this short survey.

The Port’s Waterfront Resilience Program ensures the City of San Francisco's bayside waterfront is protected from hazards including earthquakes, flooding, and sea level rise due to climate change. The Program includes the Embarcadero Seawall Program and the USACE Flood Resiliency Study. The Port’s Waterfront Resilience Program work is an inclusive effort that aligns with many different initiatives. More information on the Waterfront Resilience Program can be found here.

Thanks for participating!

This survey was shared at Seawall Community Meeting #4 in June 2019 . Couldn't attend but want to learn more? View the Community Meeting presentations here and the meeting recap here.