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You’re Invited! Community Workshop #3 –  

  • Attend the third online Community Workshop to learn and ask questions about the Beach Boulevard Infrastructure Resiliency Project. This workshop is open to the public and will:
    •  Provide an update on the Beach Boulevard Infrastructure Resiliency Project, including preliminary findings from the Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment. 
    • Share information on each alternative under consideration and the criteria that will be used to identify the preferred alternative.
    • Continue past Workshop conversations and collect participant input on the Project features and amenities toolbox, as well as the criteria and the alternatives under consideration. 
  • When: 6:00 pm on Thursday, February 4th, 2021 
  • RSVP: https://forms.gle/qiCgFPt46VKcrTj57
  • Wherehttps://zoom.us/j/94379390317
    Or Telephone:
    US: +1 669 900 9128 or +1 253 215 8782 or +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 646 558 8656 
    Webinar ID: 943 7939 0317
  • Why should I attend this meeting?: The Beach Boulevard Infrastructure Resiliency Project aims to replace the current seawall and protect essential public infrastructure along the Beach Boulevard promenade. This workshop will focus on the design alternatives under consideration and is a great opportunity to learn more and provide valuable input! 
  • How can I catch up? Workshop summaries and recordings can be found on the document library page.

Background

  • In 1984, the City of Pacifica constructed an 18-22-foot-tall seawall with a rip rap revetment and promenade along Beach Boulevard north of the Pacifica Pier. The southern section of the seawall was constructed in 1987 using a differing design. Since its construction, the north seawall has experienced failures in multiple locations and continues to be an increasing public health and safety risk for the City.

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Project Overview

  • The Beach Boulevard Infrastructure Resiliency Project is being designed to create a multi-benefit solution to protect public infrastructure, recreational activities, numerous homes, businesses, and the community at large, from further impacts due to continued coastal erosion. It aims to replace the current seawall and outdated infrastructure while building climate resilience into the most vulnerable segment of the City of Pacifica’s shoreline.
  • The Project is an infrastructure protection and improvement project that is critical to the public health and safety of the citizens and visitors in and around the historic West Sharp Park neighborhood. 
  • Benefits include: 
    • Protection of West Sharp Park homes and businesses from overtopping, coastal erosion, and future sea level rise.
    • Secured public infrastructure of roads and underlying sewer mains, storm drains and gas and electrical conduit.
    • Improved public access to the beach.
    • Protection of recreational use on the Promenade for walkers, joggers, cyclists, and others.
  • The Project entails assessing the entire span of the current infrastructure and seawall which includes four different structures:the north wall, the pier sheet pile wall, the south wall and south gap.

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Phased Approach and Timeline

  • The City of Pacifica is kicking off a multi-year process that includes input from the community and stakeholders as it develops the Project. Phase 1 includes the review of existing conditions, projections of future conditions and risks and the development of design alternatives.

Project Schedule

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Participate in the Process!

  • The Project represents an opportunity for Pacifica residents and businesses to chart a resilient and vibrant future for West Sharp Park and Beach Boulevard. The City of Pacifica will have an inclusive community process throughout the development of the Project, featuring community workshops, webinars, online surveys, briefings, and more. Your input will help us identify the best solution for Pacifica.
  • Should you have any comments regarding the project, please fee free to use the below comment form:
  • Should you have any questions regarding the project, please feel free to contact the project manager, Ryan Marquez at marquezr@ci.pacifica.ca.us. If you would like to be notified about project updates and notifications of workshops, please submit your email information below.

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