Following the Planning Commission (9/28/23) and PUC Commission (10/10/23) hearings, the Ocean Beach Climate Change Adaptation Project will be heard at this week’s Rec Park Commission on Thursday, October 19th at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held in City Hall, Room 416. Remote meeting access information can be available at the top of the meeting agenda (link here).
There will be discussion and possible action to: (1) Adopt findings and a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program under the California Environmental Quality Act for the Ocean Beach Climate Change Adaptation Project (OBCCAP); (2) Approve a conceptual design for the OBCCAP, including creation of a multi-use trail, new restroom building, beach access stairway and parking lot; (3) Recommend that the Board of Supervisors adopt an ordinance restricting vehicles on a 0.6 mile long segment along the Great Highway between the Sloat Boulevard to a point approximately 3,317 feet south and approximately 728 feet west of Skyline Boulevard, to allow for the multi-use trail and to improve shoreline resilience; and (4) Approve the terms of an MOU with the SFPUC regarding OBCCAP construction and operations.
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