01. Executive Summary

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The Fiscal Year 2024-33 City and County of San Francisco Capital Plan (the Plan) is the City’s commitment to building a more resilient, equitable, and vibrant future for the residents, workers, and visitors of San Francisco. Updated every odd-numbered year, the Plan is a fiscally constrained expenditure plan that lays out anticipated infrastructure investments over the next decade. This document is the product of input from Citywide stakeholders, who have put forth their best ideas and most realistic estimates of San Francisco’s future needs. 

Projects in the Plan are divided into eight Service Areas: Affordable Housing; Economic and Neighborhood Development; General Government; Health and Human Services; Infrastructure and Streets; Public Safety; Recreation, Culture, and Education; and Transportation. Each Service Area chapter describes the associated Renewal Program, Enhancement Projects, Deferred Projects, and Emerging Needs. General Fund, Enterprise, and external agencies are all represented to give as full a picture of San Francisco’s capital needs as possible. 


Planned Project Highlights 

San Francisco has many competing needs, and the capital program is no exception. Major projects with funding identified in this Plan include: 

General Fund Departments

  • Chinatown Public Health Center Seismic Retrofit
  • 1001 Polk Street Shelter Project
  • Replacement of the unsafe Hall of Justice 
  • Park system renovations, including Portsmouth Square and India Basin 
  • Neighborhood Fire Stations program 
  • District Police Stations program 
  • Replacement fire training facility
  • ADA facilities and right-of-way barrier removal
  • Zuckerberg San Francisco General and Laguna Honda Hospital campus improvements

Enterprise Departments

  • Seawall strengthening
  • SFMTA facilities
  • Muni Forward 
  • Vision Zero Pedestrian Safety Program 
  • Water, Sewer, and Power Enterprise improvements 
  • SFO Terminal 1 and 3 improvements 

External Agencies

  • Affordable housing developments 
  • Treasure Island redevelopment 
  • City College seismic and code upgrades 
  • Modernization of SFUSD sites


Chinatown Public Health Center
Rendering of Chinatown Public Health Center
Water system facilities improvements
​​​​Water System Improvements


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