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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.

Capital Plan
Major infrastructure projects in the next 10 years
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Earthquake Safety
Strengthening our city for the next big one
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Resilience Initiatives
Planning and initiatives for a more resilient San Francisco
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About the Office of Resilience and Capital Planning

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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Who We Are

Meet the City's Chief Resilience Officer and the rest of the ORCP staff. Learn More


What We Do

Learn more about ORCP's role in the City and our main responsibilities. Learn More

Announcements View All >

  • August 1, 2019

    On August 1, 2019, Mayor London Breed signed the $12 billion City budget for FY 2020 and FY 2021, with significant investments in housing, homelessness, public health, clean streets, and equity. This budget includes a record-level Capital Budget, with key investments in:

  • July 11, 2019

    Mayor London N. Breed today (July 11, 2019) signed a $628.5 million Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response bond for the March 2020 ballot that would fund seismic retrofitting and resiliency for fire stations, police stations, and other critical public safety infrastructure. If approved by voters, the Bond would provide:

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Mapping Our Projects
View all the City's capital projects in one place and see how they'll shape the City over time.