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The Office of Resilience and Capital Planning is the City and County of San Francisco's program to plan and finance projects that strengthen the integrity and resilience of San Francisco’s infrastructure, neighborhoods, and residents.

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Capital Plan
The Plan captures the City’s major infrastructure projects for the next ten years and recommends funding levels based on priority and availability for each project.
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Capital Budget
The Budget puts the Plan into action by allocating funding over the next two years for projects recommended in the Plan.
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Capital Planning Committee
The Capital Planning Committee (CPC) makes recommendations on capital projects to the Mayor and Board of Supervisors regarding capital plans, projects, and funding.
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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.

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  • May 10, 2018

    On June 13, the Department of Building Inspection will once again host the 2018 Earthquake Safety Fair at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (99 Grove St, San Francisco, CA 94102) from 10am-4pm. This event will feature an exhibitor hall and informative workshops, along with hands-on emergency training.


  • December 18, 2017

    As Mayor and City Administrator, Edwin Lee oversaw the largest period of infrastructure investment in the history of San Francisco. In just over 10 years, he was responsible for more than $16 billion in capital investments to safeguard residents, visitors, and employees.