The Eastern Neighborhoods Area Plan consists of several smaller neighborhoods, including the Mission, Showplace Square, Central Waterfront, and Potrero Hill. Much of the land use in the Eastern Neighborhoods was historically dedicated to industrial uses, and production, distribution, and repair. Over time, residential and commercial uses have grown. In 2010, population in the Eastern Neighborhoods Plan Area was 83,930. The Planning Department projects the population to reach 149,570 by 2040, an increase of 78%.
With the increase in population has also come an increase in demand for infrastructure related to complete streets, transportation, and open space. Since the Eastern Neighborhoods Area Plan was initiated in 2008, the City has worked with the community to identify priority projects for implementation. These priorities include a number of projects from the 2008 Area Plan as well as new projects identified through planning efforts that occurred since the Plan was adopted.
The revenues estimated for projects in Eastern Neighborhoods is approximately $466 million, including prior years. The tables on the following page show the Eastern Neighborhoods spending plan, sources of funds, and funding gap.
Return to Impact Fee Areas
|Key Proposed Market Octavia Projects through 2031|
|Mariposa Bike Connection|
|Minnesota / 25th Street Improvements|
|17th Street / Vermont / San Bruno Improvements (“The Loop”)|
|16th Street / 22-Fillmore Improvement Project|
|14-Mission: Outer Mission - Mission Bay Loop|
|Recreation and Open Space|
|Crane Cove Park|
|Garfield Aquatic Center|
|Warm Water Cove|
|Jackson Park Renovation|
|Esprit Park Renovation|
|Juri Commons Park Renovation|
|Franklin Square Improvements|
|Spending Plan||Prior Years||FY 2022||FY 2023||FY 2024||FY 2025||FY 2026||FY 2027 - 2031||Plan Total|
|(Dollars in Thousands)|
|General Fund - Other||14,908||3,884||2,800||27,555||-||-||-||34,238|