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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

UCSF Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) at Mission Bay - Workshop #2

A community meeting is scheduled at Mission Bay to discuss the proposed physical plans for the UCSF campuses. The Mission Bay workshop on February 28th will focus on soliciting feedback from community participants throughout the evening. If you can only attend one event, the workshop will be the most engaging.

UCSF Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) at Mission Bay - Workshop #2
Location: UCSF Cardiovascular Research Building (Lobby) 535 Mission Bay Blvd. South
Date /Time: February 28, 2013, Thursday 6:30– 9:30 pm

UCSF’s last Long Range Development Plan (LRDP), created in 1996, was designed to guide the university’s physical development through 2012. UCSF is now embarking on its next LRDP, which has an expected planning horizon of about 20 years. Community involvement is a key facet of this planning process.

The purpose of the LRDP community participation process is to ensure maximum public involvement in this important planning process, with a focus on neighborhoods in proximity to UCSF’s main sites. With an open and interactive process, to identify the best ideas and ensure that all points of view are considered, the LRDP can integrate the needs of UCSF with those of our diverse San Francisco community.

At this workshop, UCSF will seek feedback from neighbors on the Proposed Physical Plan and Proposed Transportation Plan for UCSF Mission Bay.

The UCSF Community Advisory Group (CAG) will meet twice in the next two months. The January agenda will focus on long range planning for Parnassus campus (Tuesday January 15, 6:30 pm, at Lange Reading Room in the UCSF Library, 530 Parnassus Avenue). The February agenda will focus on long range planning for Mission Bay—similar to the February 28 workshop material (Tuesday February 5, 6:30 pm, at Mission Bay Campus, Genentech Hall, Room N-114). CAG meetings can include agenda items pertaining to all UCSF campus sites (Laurel Heights, Mount Zion, Mission Bay, Parnassus, San Francisco General Hospital). CAG meetings are always open to the public and include a public comment period.

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