This Capital Plan identifies planned funding of $38 billion over 10 years. Despite this investment, the Plan defers over $7 billion in identified needs for General Fund departments.
San Francisco’s Capital Plan reflects confidence in the City’s capacity to administer our capital program in a responsible and transparent manner that employs best practices in financial management. This includes establishing financial constraints around each funding program to promote its long-term viability, listing unfunded and deferred projects, and establishing funding principles.
Taking care of our capital infrastructure is an important part of building a resilient city. Resilience includes eliminating racial and social disparities so that all San Franciscans may recover and thrive no matter the shocks and stresses they face.