USACE and City of South San Francisco Hold Public Meeting for Lower Colma Creek Study > District of San Francisco > News


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the City of South San Francisco (SSF), in conjunction with the SSF – San Bruno Water Quality Control Plant, are partnering on a coastal storm damage reduction project for the water quality control and one of its pumping stations. Our goal is to manage the risk that coastal flooding poses to this critical infrastructure, in order to maintain essential services, despite the increasing flood risk expected with rising sea levels. A plant failure causing Flooding could lead to raw sewage backups into homes and streets, as well as emergency sewage releases into Colma Creek. This project aims to reduce the risk of such damage and increase the community’s resilience to the risk of flooding.

** Virtual public meeting on Wednesday, June 29, 12-1 p.m. **

WebEx/Call Info
Meeting number: 1999 36 2535

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Access code: 1999 36 2535

We want to hear from you! The study team will present an overview of the project and the plan tentatively selected. There will be time for questions and discussion.



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