Balboa Reservoir Project: Images of planned development

Some updated renderings from the Design Standards and Guidelines, the document that details the planned housing project on Sunnyside’s southern flank, recently approved by the SF Board of Supervisors. Read an archive of posts on the SNA website about the Balboa Reservoir Project.


Above: View from approximately Ocean Avenue, looking northwest over the project. Planned Lee Avenue extension on far right. City College and Sunnyside are out of frame to the right.

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Nov 9: Balboa Reservoir community meeting

The next meeting of the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee [BRCAC] will take place online on Monday November 9th (6-8 PM).

The meeting agenda is here.  More about the BRCAC here.

Agenda includes:

  • Discussion of Open Space Design and Programming
  • Election of Chair and Vice-chair of BRCAC
  • Discussion BRCAC Annual Report topics

Instructions for joining the virtual CAC meeting will soon be posted on the BRCAC webpage here:

You’re Invited to Help Shape the Future of Housing in SF

Housing Element Update 2022 / San Francisco Planning Department


Shaping the Future of Housing in San Francisco

You’re invited to help shape the future of housing in San Francisco!
The San Francisco Planning Department (SF Planning) invites you to join us for a Listening Session on housing challenges and possibilities. Your participation will help define the priorities for housing in our City and inform future housing policies.

SF Planning is committed to advancing racial and social equity when planning for the future of housing in the City. These Listening Sessions are part of the community engagement for the Housing Element 2022 Update: a series of policies and programs that express what we learn through Listening Sessions and other community engagement efforts.

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Balboa Reservoir housing project clears Planning Commission

Last Thursday, The SF Planning Commission approved the Balboa Reservoir Project, the housing development planned for the 17-acre site between Ocean Ave, City College, Riordan High School and Westwood Park currently used for CCSF parking.

The rest of the approval process includes: a hearing at the board of the SF Municipal Transportation Agency, then the SF Public Utilities Commission, and finally the Board of Supervisors, likely in late summer. The first housing will be begun in 2022, with the project finish anticipated in 2028.

From the SF Examiner [source: ]

Planning Commission greenlights 1,100 unit Balboa Reservoir project

Development near CCSF expected to include 50 percent below-market rate units

IDA MOJADAD May. 28, 2020 6:45 p.m.

The Balboa Reservoir project, expected to bring 1,100 units to a City-owned parking lot near City College of San Francisco, received key approvals Thursday.

The San Francisco Planning Commission unanimously approved the mixed-use project’s environmental review and agreement with a private developer, and recommended that the Board of Supervisors rezone the 17.6-acre area. Continue reading “Balboa Reservoir housing project clears Planning Commission”

Balboa Reservoir community meeting and related news

The next meeting of the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee [BRCAC] will take place online on Monday May 18th (6-8 PM). The The meeting agenda is here.  More about the BRCAC here.

Agenda Items:

  • Review of Upcoming Schedule and Approval Process
  • Overview of the Development Agreement community benefits

Here are the instructions to join the Virtual CAC meeting:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 919 6964 8584 Password: 143551 One tap mobile +16699009128,,91969648584#,,1#,143551# US (San Jose)

Public Comment during Zoom: The raise hand feature will be used to manage public comment.  (For phone users: press *9 to raise hand & Press *6 to mute/unmute)

Note that you will be automatically muted. For your privacy, you may wish to join via audio.  If you choose to turn your camera on, we recommend that you are mindful of your background.

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