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:

  • Street resurfacing
  • Right-of-way accessibility and mobility improvements to curb ramps and street structures
  • Renewals to core building systems like elevators and HVAC systems
  • Essential kitchen facility and roof repairs and upgrades to emergency power systems in our public health buildings
  • Public safety facilities including the Justice Facilities Improvement Program to advance the administrative exit from the Hall of Justice
  • Cultural centers, the public library system, and fine arts museums
  • The parks system including playgrounds, courts, fields, and trails
  • Planning for future G.O. bonds through the Capital Planning Fund

Through these projects and others, the Capital Budget addresses several of San Francisco’s most pressing resilience challenges, including our aging infrastructure and our seismic risks. For a complete list of funded projects, please refer to the May 20, 2019 CPC meeting documents.