SF Hazards & Climate Resilience: Children, Youth, & Families
The City and County of San Francisco (CCSF) is hosting five workshops with key stakeholders to inform the strategies and implementation of the updated San Francisco’s Hazards and Climate Resilience (HCR) Plan. The HCR Plan presents how community members and San Francisco neighorhoods will be impacted by specific hazards and identifies how CCSF will prepare for and should respond to natural hazards (including earthquake, fire, extreme heat, and flooding) when they occur.
You are invited to participate in a meeting with stakeholders who work with children, youth, and families in CCSF to provide feedback on HCR strategies and implementation. This is also an opportunity to build relationships with CCSF agencies and other businesses to share information and coordinate efforts to strengthen the resilience of our community.
During this interactive two hour workshop, you will:
Learn about hazard issues (including earthquakes, flooding, and extreme heat events) and their impacts on the City & County of San Francisco, as well as existing and planned work to increase resilience.
Share your experience with hazard events to inform how the government agencies and community groups can improve responses to hazards.
Provide feedback on draft Hazards & Climate Resilience Plan strategies and how they could be implemented in partnership with residential property owners and managers as well as with other housing stakeholders.
We hope that you will join us! Please RSVP by registering here.
Refreshments will be provided.
How do I get to Bluxome Center?
It is 1 block away from the SF Caltrain station and 2 blocks from the K/T and N MUNI lines' stop at 4th & King Streets. There is no dedicated parking onsite, but there are plenty of metered parking spots on Bluxome Street.
Who is coordinating the Hazard & Climate Resilience Planning Process?
The Office of Resilience and Capital Planning is leading this effort in partnership with Department of Emergency Management, Department of Public Health, Department of the Environment, and SF Planning.
Have questions about the purpose or scope of the Hazards & Climate Resilience (HCR) Plan?
Please contact Jim Buker, HCR Plan Project Manager, at 415.554.4939
Have logistics questions or need more information?
Please contact Paige Kruza at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510.944.0160
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
If you are unable to attend after RSVPing, we would love to have one of your colleagues join us!