May 5, 2017

The Office of Resilience and Capital Planning is pleased to announce that the Fiscal Year 2018-27 City and County of San Francisco Capital Plan was approved by Mayor Lee and the Board of Supervisors on May 5, 2017.

The Plan recommends a record $35 billion for capital projects over the next decade to improve San Francisco’s resilience, maintain our economic competitiveness, and preserve our amenities for generations to come.
The Capital Plan calls for several major projects in San Francisco, including retrofitting the Great Seawall, terminal renovations at San Francisco International Airport, a new bus rapid transit line along Van Ness Avenue, and improving the City’s streets and pedestrian safety, among many others. 
The Office of Resilience and Capital Planning is grateful to the many City and partner agency staff who worked hard to identify upcoming capital needs and related funding sources. The planning represented in this document will enable San Francisco to make smart, fiscally responsible decisions as we build and strengthen our city.
The Capital Plan can be viewed online here.