Safety and Resilience Element Workshop
Thursday, March 25, 2021
This workshop will cover the same content as the Safety and Resilience Element Workshop that was held on March 16, 2021.
How can we protect and strengthen all San Francisco neighborhoods from hazards and natural disasters?
The Safety and Resilience Element Update will provide a comprehensive set of policies for minimizing San Francisco’s contribution to the climate crisis and ensuring local resilience to multiple hazards. It will help protect the assets and people of San Francisco, especially areas and communities that face higher vulnerability to disasters.
With your input, we can figure out how the Safety and Resilience Element can do this effectively and equitably. Join this workshop to learn about the components and proposed updates to the Element and help San Francisco Planning shape new, long-term policies for the future of San Francisco.
Come with questions and ideas to amplify community safety and resilience. You will leave with sharper understanding of how your input shapes the City and will have improved the General Plan’s work to protect and strengthen all communities from hazards.
Brian Strong, Chief Resilience Officer and Director of the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning