The City and County of San Francisco will post its $24 billion 2012-2021 Capital Plan today on its newly designed website www.onesanfrancisco.org. The new plan’s release accompanies the Capital Planning Program’s new public outreach effort entitled ONESF: Building Our Future.
“ONESF is vital to the preservation of what makes San Francisco a world-class city,” said Edwin Lee, City Administrator. “During these past five years – and despite a tough economic climate – San Francisco is renovating libraries, rebuilding parks, and retrofitting hospitals – all while creating jobs and stimulating the economy.”
Created in 2005 by Mayor Gavin Newsom and the Board of Supervisors, the Capital Plan guides infrastructure investments for our parks, recreation centers, hospitals, utility, transportation, streets, public safety buildings and other public assets.
With the launch of the ONESF website residents can access information about all major city-planned capital projects. The site also reports on specific policy issues such as repairing city streets or modernizing San Francisco’s unique emergency water system.
“Through the ONESF website, residents can see how their tax dollars have been invested in public safety and improvements in their neighborhood,” said Brian Strong, Director of Capital Planning, a program that recently received the Municipal Fiscal Advisory Committee Excellence Award.
ONESF represents the City’s united commitment to building a better future for all San Franciscans: strengthening our security, expanding a vibrant economy, and maintaining our high quality of life. There’s only one San Francisco. Let’s take care of it. Please visit the website: www.onesanfrancisco.org for more information or to register for a new quarterly email newsletter, “friend” ONESF on Facebook, or follow ONESF on Twitter.
Members of the Media: To obtain images of the new signs and website features, please contact Adam Van de Water at: Adam.VandeWater@sfdpw.org.
1 PCI refers to the Pavement Condition Index that gauges the quality of California streets. Learn more at www.onesanfrancisco.org. You can also see a visualization of PCI scores or download the data at datasf.org.