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Base Closure Program

The Base Closure Program monitors environmental remediation at the Hunters Point Shipyard and enforces San Francisco Health Code regulations governing shipyard redevelopment. The program ensures that redevelopment work that disturbs soils be conducted in a safe manner and protects the public's health.

Principal Activities and Services

  • Perform professional engineering work in the field and office.
  • Review Technical Environmental Reports produced by the Navy.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, standards, specifications and performance.
  • Conduct meetings and public hearings; make presentations to staff, committees, boards, commissions, approval agencies and general public.
  • Conduct report review, approvals, and periodic inspections for Article 31 of the Health Code.

Making a Complaint

For information on how to make a complaint to the Environmental Health Section, click here.

Related Agencies

San Francisco Redevelopment Agency

US EPA Superfund Site: Region 9

US Navy's Regional Base Realignment and Closure Program

Planning, Policy and Research

Check out the Program on Health, Equity and Sustainability for more information on planning, policy and research regarding redevelopment activities.