Next steps for Ocean Beach

From SPUR:

SPUR is leading an interagency master planning effort at Ocean Beach, where erosion and sea level rise are threatening access, wildlife and critical wastewater infrastructure. Join project manager Benjamin Grant and members of the Ocean Beach Master Plan team as they discuss a draft proposal for the future of San Francisco’s open coast.

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87-Year-Old Louis Van Velzen Killed by Driver on Deadly Sloat Blvd

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Another life has been taken on Sloat Boulevard — the deadly, too-wide street slicing through SF’s southwestern Parkside and Sunset Districts past the San Francisco Zoo. Louis Van Velzen, an 87-year-old father, was killed by a driver while crossing Sloat at 43rd Avenue at 7:00 a.m. this morning, the SF Chronicle reported. Van Velzen was reportedly […]

SPUR Forum: Implementing the Ocean Beach Master Plan

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From SPUR: Image courtesy flickr user wallyg   SPUR’s master plan for Ocean Beach is shaping public action on our threatened coastline through a series of implementation studies, including detailed planning for coastal management, transportation and open space. Hear from members of the team about what this means in such a complex local, state and federal […]

SPUR Forum: The Shaping of Ocean Beach

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From SPUR: A series of dramatic storms last winter caused the severe erosion of bluffs at Ocean Beach, threatening critical infrastructure. What’s the future for Ocean Beach? Learn about the hidden physical processes shaping the area, and the far-reaching implications for coastal zone and climate adaptation planning from coastal engineer Bob Battalio of PWA Engineers. Hear […]