Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan–Stakeholder Advisory Group
The Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup (CSMW) has been working to develop Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plans (CRSMPs) along the California coast. The San Francisco Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan is currently being developed to assist government entities, municipalities, stakeholders, and communities in developing strategies for beneficial reuse of sediments within the region from the Golden Gate to Pacifica to address coastal erosion. This site will host files for the Stakeholder Advisory Group for the San Francisco Littoral Cell CRSMP.
- For general information about Regional Sediment Management and the San Francisco CRSMP, see http://dbw.ca.gov/csmw/crsmp_sf.aspx .
- The main page for the San Francisco Littoral Cell CRSMP can be found here.
Meetings Held to Date
Your Coast in 50 Years: A Sediment Management Workshop
Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 1-4pm, 540 Crespi Drive (Pacifica Community Center Card Room), Pacifica
The workshop’s goal was to dialogue with municipal and landowning agency staff to provide the CRSMP development team with input about what they want to see happen along their coast.
Project overview (Doug George)
Tools, alternatives, scenarios (Bob Battalio)
Economic analysis (Phil King)
Policy development (Athena Honore) [This segment was postponed during the workshop]
No policy decisions were reached as a result of this workshop (nor was that the intent). The workshop was a collaborative exercise to encourage creative thinking and regional approaches.
Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) Meeting #2
June 6, 2012, 1-4pm at 333 90th Street, Daly City
Please note that this information is for the use of the SAG only.
Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) Meeting #1
March 28, 2012 at 1455 Market Street, San Francisco
About the Project (1-pager)
SAG 1st Meeting Invitation
San Francisco Littoral Cell CRSMP (Presentation, Doug George, ESA PWA)
Handouts: California Coastal Sediment Master Plan (4-pager), CSMW Mission, Goals, and Membership
Files for review (Posters)
Many of these files were displayed on posters in the room during the first SAG meeting, with an invitation to comment on whether data sets were incomplete or not used correctly. Please send any further comments to Athena Honore.
Disclaimer: Some of these files contain preliminary data that may not be in the public domain. Distribution is limited to the Stakeholder Advisory Group for the San Francisco Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan process only. Maps were current as of the first Stakeholder Advisory Group meeting; many have been updated since then.
Physical Processes/Geology and Geomorphology
Sediment Grain Size
Ecological Regions of Interest
Coastal Policy Matrix