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The Regional Needs Assessment Report presents the findings from 13 individual needs assessment processes that were conducted between 2017 and 2021 by the Disadvantaged Community Outreach Partner. It

The Estuary Blueprint maps out the regional actions and tasks needed to achieve a healthy, resilient San Francisco Estuary.

Adopted in October 2021, Plan Bay Area 2050 focuses on the interrelated elements of housing, the economy, transportation and the environment. The heart of the plan is 35 strategies that take a

These engagement exercises were developed by Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) as part of a How-To series on designing your own planning projects. They describe how to conduct a hands-on exercise with

The Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) Bay Shoreline Flood Explorer and associated analyses provide a regional-scale illustration of bay shoreline flooding due to specific sea level rise and storm surge

The 2019 State of the Estuary Report checks in on a few indicators of health of the Bay-Delta and explores where the assessment should head over time.

The Roadmap of Funding Solutions for Sustainable Streets was developed to identify and remedy obstacles to funding for Sustainable Street projects, which are defined as projects that include both

The Stronger Safer Shorelines brochure presents an overview of Bay Area models for integrating nature-based infrastructure into approaches to increasing community resilience in the face of anticipated

The City of Richmond successfully engaged hundreds of its diverse residents to create an updated General Plan that includes an innovative health and wellness element aimed at boosting community health

The First Mile Horizontal Levee is an innovative nature-based shoreline adaptation project located on the City of Hayward shoreline. The project will apply the concept behind the Oro Loma Horizontal