[All- this listing may be of interest to those of you following coastal management. The Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan includes the Ocean Beach area in addition to other nearby parts of the open coast. - SPUR/OBMP team]
The Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup (CSMW) is pleased to announce that the draft San Francisco Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan (SFLC CRSMP or Plan) is now available for public review and comment. The Plan will be available for a 30-day review period that will close on February 3, 2016.
View the draft Plan on the SFEP website (direct link to the draft Plan; direct link to the draft Plan Appendices).
How to Provide Comments
Comments can be submitted in four ways:
- Complete the online comment form,
- Email comments directly to [email protected],
- Submit a written comment form at an upcoming public meeting, or
- Send comments via postal mail to Kearns & West, Attn: Julia Golomb, 475 Sansome St., Suite 570, San Francisco, CA 94111
When providing comments on the draft Plan, please consider the following:
- Comments should be concise and focus specifically on the content of the draft Plan.
- Where applicable, comments should identify the specific part(s) of the draft Plan at issue.
Upcoming Public Meetings
The CSMW will hold two public meetings in January to present on the draft Plan’s purpose and contents, answer questions and solicit comments. The meeting times and locations are as follows:
- San Francisco
- Date: Thursday, January 14, 2016
- Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm
- Location: United Irish Cultural Center of SF, 2700 45th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94116
- Date: Thursday, January 21, 2016
- Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm
- Location: The Little Brown Church, 1850 Francisco Blvd, Pacifica, CA 94044
Please RSVP using this form if you plan on attending the meeting, to ensure there is adequate space. Light refreshments will be provided during the meeting.
About the SFLC CRSMP
The SFLC stretches from the Golden Gate to Point San Pedro and comprises watersheds, beaches, and the nearshore zone in the cities of San Francisco, Daly City, and Pacifica. The SFLC CRSMP is intended to provide information and guidance to government entities, municipalities, stakeholders, and communities as they develop strategies for addressing coastal erosion and storm damage during the upcoming decades. Additional information about the draft Plan is available on the project website.