San Francisco Bay Adaptation

Description Projects containing primarily 'grey infrastructure' shoreline adaptation features that contribute to the resiliency of the San Francisco Bay region that are not already part of other Administrative Regions. Adaptation refers to specific interventions or ways to manage the shoreline, flooding, and sea level rise.
Organization Metropolitan Transportation Commission, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission Number of Projects 7
Mapped Projects

Habitat Projects

Habitat Project Name Status County Total Acres
Adaptation and Resilience Plan for the Petaluma River Baylands
Planning Marin, Sonoma < 0.1
East Palo Alto and Dumbarton Bridge Resilience Study
Proposed San Mateo < 0.1
Foster City Levee Protection Planning and Improvements Project
Planning San Mateo < 0.1
Oakland International Airport Perimeter Dike - South Field
Planning Alameda < 0.1
South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project
In-progress Santa Clara 2,900
South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project - Phase II
Planning Santa Clara < 0.1
Strategy to Advance Flood Protection, Ecosystems and Recreation along San Francisco Bay
Planning San Mateo, Santa Clara < 0.1