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Balboa Reservoir Project poster, June 10, 2017 community meeting

Presentation of Proposals for the Balboa Reservoir, Communiyt Meeting, Saturday, June 10, 2017, 10 am – 1 pm, Archibishop Riordan High School Cafeteria, 175 Phelan Ave, SF CA


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From SF Planning Dept about the Balboa Reservoir Project housing development.


This June, community members will have three chances to comment on the three finalists in the Balboa Reservoir request for proposals (RFP) process. All three opportunities will provide the same information. You can provide feedback in whichever venue is most convenient for you. For more information see the community portal at

  1. June 10th: Presentation of Proposals 

On Saturday, June 10 at 10am, in the Archbishop Riordan High School Cafeteria (175 Phelan Ave), the three finalist development teams will present their proposals, followed by discussion and comments. The meeting will also have refreshments, interpretation in Spanish and Cantonese, closed captioning and children’s activities. Please arrive early so you have time to sign in and get the most out of these activities.

  1. June 15th: Viewing of Presentations at the CAC 

On Thursday, June 15th at 6pm, the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee (BRCAC) will view the video of the June 10th presentations, host a discussion, and provide opportunities for feedback on the developer proposals.

  1. Online: Recording of Presentations and Additional Materials

The June 10th video of the developer presentations will also be posted online, with the same opportunities for feedback as on June 10th or June 15th. All information will be posted on the Community Portal.     (more…)

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During the April 24th quarterly meeting and the May 13th Balboa Reservoir Project special meeting, SNA surveyed attendees about their particular concerns about the new housing development. Although this survey indicates local concerns about the project, the most important thing residents can do to be heard and participate in the development process is to attend the public review on June 10, or the online follow-up. Details here.

Among the 56 respondents, the top concern was the effect that the project would have on traffic congestion. Parking issues came second, with open space/park space third.


Top Concerns: 1. Traffic congestion 2. Parking issues and impacts 3. Open space/park space. Responses to question: “Please rank your top three concerns about the outcome of the development.”


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