Events & Meetings—Archive

Public Workshops 2003–2006

November 29, 2006

Funding and Phasing Workshop

The purpose of this workshop was to: 1) develop a common understanding of the current projected funding sources available for implementing the project; 2) brainstorm alternatives to fund Phase 1; and 3) understand long-term phasing.

  • Main presentation (PDF)

April 18, 2006

Social Science Dimensions: Identifying Political, Economic, and Social Obstacles and Opportunities

The purpose of this workshop was to identify the most important political, economic, and social opportunities and obstacles in planning, implementing, and sustaining/maintaining salt pond restoration in the South Bay.

  • Workshop Summary (PDF)
  • Welcome to Social Science Dimensions Workshop (PDF)
  • Overview on Challenges and Solutions During the Planning Process (PDF)
  • Overview on Community Involvement and Opposition (PDF)
  • Historical and Cultural Resources (PDF)
  • Reaching the Voters on Funding (PDF)
  • Overview on Urban/Economic Growth and Impacts on the Environment (PDF)
  • Workshop Agenda (PDF)
  • More information and directions (PDF)

January 25, 2006—Public Scoping Meeting for Feasibility Report for the South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Study

Alviso Ponds and Santa Clara County Interim Feasibility Study EIR/EIS

This project is closely related to the SBSP Restoration Project. Public comment is being solicited.

For meeting presentations and more information, visit the Shoreline Study website.

October 18, 2005—Design Workshop on Public Access

The focus of this workshop is for the public and others to provide input on priorities specifically for public access improvements for Phase 1 of the restoration project.

October 2003 Pre-meeting for the Request for Engineering Services

The pre-meeting was held October 9, 2003. More information on the RFP/RFS page.

April 2003 Public Workshops

  • Agenda (PDF)
  • Public Workshop Presentation (PDF)
  • Comments from Public (PDF)