Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Public Realm Plan

Workshop #5: Streets and Streetparks Open House
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Harmonic Brewing, 1050 26th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107 [ View Map ]                    RSVP to Event here (free)

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Overview

The City needs your help to prioritize and scope projects like park improvements and streetscape amenities so that we can develop cost estimates and program them into the City's Capital Plan for implementation.

The Central Waterfront of San Francisco continues to grow (view Growth Projections document here), accommodating both new housing and neighborhood commercial services, while maintaining many historic industrial marine functions. As more development is realized in the neighborhood, the public realm of the Central Waterfront should receive appropriate improvements that better serve residents and employees.

The Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Public Realm Plan will set the framework for public space improvements in the neighborhood, guiding the investment of impact fees and other sources in the streetscapes and parks which tie the area together.

Plan Outputs

Plan outputs

Project Timeline

This project timeline may change. Please continue to check back here for updates.

Plan timeline

 

Presentation Materials

The Outreach Timeline is available for download.

Policy Background and Related Efforts

Several efforts relate to – and will be integrated into – the Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Neighborhood Public Realm Plan.

Central Waterfront Area master Plan
Central Waterfront Area Plan
SF Planning, Adopted December 2008
Pier 70 Preferred Master Plan
Pier 70 Preferred Master Plan
Port of San Francisco, April 2010
22nd Street Master Plan
22nd Street Master Plan
GreenTrustSF, May 2011
Better Streets Plan
San Francisco Better Streets Plan
City of San Francisco, June 2010
Cesar Chavez East Community Design Plan
Cesar Chavez East Community Design Plan
SF Planning, February 2012
Blue Greenway Planning and Design Guidelines
Green Connections plan
Green Connections
San Francisco Planning Department, 2014
Better Streets Plan
Pier 70 Development
A Forest City Project

Contact

Robin Abad Ocubillo
Public Realm Plan Project Manager, City Design Group
SF Planning Department
(415) 575-9123
robin.abad@sfgov.org

Seung-Yen Hong
Urban Designer, City Design Group
SF Planning Department
(415) 575-9026
SeungYen.Hong@sfgov.org

Kelli Rudnick
22nd Street Green Connection Project Manager
SF Public Works
(415) 558-4489
kelli.rudnick@sfgov.org

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