About the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning
The Office of Resilience and Capital Planning promotes the preservation and sustainability of San Francisco's public capital assets and the city's overall resilience to acute shocks and chronic stresses.
Part of the Office of the City Administrator, the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning oversees policies, programs, interagency initiatives, and financial strategies that support the resilience of the City's infrastructure and the people who rely on it.
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- April 2, 2020
Mayor London N. Breed and Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee today announced the creation of a COVID-19 Economic Recovery Task Force. The Task Force is charged with guiding the City’s efforts to sustain and recover local businesses and employment, and mitigate the economic hardships that are already affecting the most vulnerable San Franciscans.
- December 5, 2019
To ensure San Francisco is prepared for inevitable natural hazards, including earthquakes and those that are becoming more severe due to climate change, San Francisco is asking for public review of its first ever Hazards and Climate Resilience (HCR) Plan. In addition to meeting local hazard mitigation requirements set by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Plan will serve as the foundation for the City’s next Climate Action Strategy and Community Safety Element update.