The Hazards and Climate Resilience Plan (HCR) is San Francisco’s roadmap to addressing the impacts of natural hazards and climate change on our assets and our people. It identifies the hazards and risks San Francisco faces and proposes over 90 strategies to reduce risks and adapt to climate change impacts.
The HCR serves as an update to the 2014 Hazard Mitigation Plan and is one of the key implementation plans for the Community Safety Element of the San Francisco General Plan. It also complements the City's Climate Action Plan, a roadmap for eliminating greenhouse gas emissions in order to minimize the severity of climate-related hazards.
The HCR was adopted as San Francisco's 2020 Hazard Mitigation Plan by the Mayor and Board of Supervisors on June 16, 2020 and approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on July 21, 2020.
Download the full Plan here.
Download the Summary Report here.
Learn more about the risks that 13 natural hazards pose to San Francisco here.
Explore the strategies San Francisco is taking to reduce risk here.
Download the chapters and appendices at the links below.
For more information, please contact the following staff from the SF Office of Resilience and Capital Planning:
HCR Plan Project Manager
The City and County of San Francisco Office of Resilience and Capital Planning is leading this effort in partnership with the Department of Emergency Management, Department of Public Health, Department of the Environment, and Planning.