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Ocean Beach Master Plan Draft Available For Download

Tom Prete/Ocean Beach Bulletin

Tides at San Francisco's Ocean Beach slowly erode the shoreline.

The final draft of the Ocean Beach Master Plan, a set of proposals for managing the vast strand on San Francisco’s western shore, is available for download in advance of the plan’s upcoming official release.

After about 18 months of planning, public meetings and discussion, the Ocean Beach Master Plan is set to be unveiled later this month. The San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association has been facilitating the development of the plan using about half a million dollars in public funding, most of it from the California Coastal Conservancy.

Download the 75 MB file at SPUR’s website or view it below:

Ocean Beach Master Plan final draft

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