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.
- July 17, 2023Release of the San Francisco Heat and Air Quality Implementation Plan and New Climate Health Program Website
We’re excited to announce the release of the San Francisco Heat and Air Quality Implementation Plan, along with the new Climate Health Program website. You can view the Chronicle story on the plan here.
- March 7, 2023Proposed Capital Plan submitted to the Board of Supervisors
The Proposed FY2024-33 Capital Plan has been submitted to the Board of Supervisors for their consideration and passage. Click here to review the Proposed Plan.
- February 3, 2023Draft Capital Plan for Fiscal Years 2024-2033 Now Available
The FY24-33 Draft Capital Plan is being considered by the Capital Planning Committee through February 2023. Click here to review the Draft Plan.
- December 8, 2021Mayor London Breed Releases New Climate Action Plan
Mayor London N. Breed and the San Francisco Department of the Environment released the City's highly anticipated 2021 Climate Action Plan. The data-driven, community-informed, and people-focused plan contains implementable strategies to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040 while building a more just and equitable future.
- October 28, 2021Mayor London N. Breed launched ClimateSF
On October 28, Mayor London N. Breed launched ClimateSF, a comprehensive multi-agency effort to guide San Francisco’s climate resilience efforts, led by the Mayor’s Office and the San Francisco Office of Resilience and Capital Planning, Planning Department, Department of the Environment, Port of San Francisco, and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
- August 24, 2021FY22 & FY23 Capital Budget Now Available
The $352 million FY22 & FY23 Capital Budget is now available to explore through an interactive Tableau visualization on our website. This Capital Budget includes the new Recovery Stimulus and Critical Repairs Programs, in addition to the regular Pay Go Program. Please visit our Capital Budget page to get started.