Designing a Resilient India Basin Shoreline Park

Recipient: The Trust for Public Land

Grant Amount: $650,000 Matching Funds: $650,000

This award will complete final designs to transform degraded shoreline in the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco into a contiguous 1.7 mile, 64 acre network of environmentally resilient public open space, where a total of 1.5 acres of habitats will be created. The project will design and implement marshland and upland restoration and expansion, adding additional climate resilient infrastructure like bioretention basins to support the Bay's ecology, biodiversity, and community climate resilience.

For more information on the grant program funding this project, please visit the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law webpage. For more information on the National Coastal Resilience Fund, visit National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s website.