Treasure Island Project 3/3

Treasure Island Project 3/3

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Process & Partners

The development of Treasure Island-Yerba Buena (TI/YBI) has undergone extensive public input governed by an unusual partnership among local government, the U.S. Navy, San Francisco residents and Treasure Island Community Development, LLC. Extensive input from the community over the course of more than 15 years has shaped virtually every aspect of the project. This collaborative process will create a community that reflects the true spirit of San Francisco and its residents.



  • 1994: Citizens Reuse Committee created to inform Planning
  • 1996: Draft Reuse Plan Endorsed by San Francisco’s Mayor, Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission
  • 1997:
    • Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA) created by State legislation
    • Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative agreement finalized
    • Naval Station Treasure Island closes: TIDA and Navy execute interim reuse agreement
  • 2001: TI/YBI Citizens Advisory Board formed
  • 2003: Treasure Island Community Development LLC selected as Master Developer
  • 2003 to present: Planning efforts with Citizen’s Advisory Board (CAB), TIDA and the community


More Than 270 Public Meetings Since 2000

  • Board of Supervisors and Committees
  • TIDA Board
  • TI/YBI Citizens Advisory Board
  • Island Residents and General Community
  • Planning Commission
  • Public Utilities Commission
  • San Francisco Dept. on the Environment
  • SF Municipal Transportation Agency


More than 40 Public Meetings Since April 2010

  • 14 TIDA Board Meetings
  • 13 CAB Meetings
  • Eight on-island meetings, including five transition plan resident meetings
  • Four Planning Commission Meetings
  • Hearings/Informational Meetings
  • Two Board of Supervisors Land Use Committee
  • Informational meetings
  • PUC, MTA and general community meetings

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