U.S. Navy Cleanup Program Information
U.S. Navy Base Realignment and Closure Project Management Office
Several parcels of land on Treasure Island remain under federal ownership in order to allow completion of environmental remediation activities by the United States Navy. The Navy is legally required to complete all of its environmental remediation obligations, including radiological cleanup, prior to transferring these remaining parcels to the Treasure Island Development Authority (TIDA). The Navy’s environmental remediation program is separate from TIDA's Treasure Island Development Project.
The Navy provides residents of Treasure Island and the general public with information on its environmental remediation program through a variety of means as part of its ongoing Community Relations Program. Since 1994, the Navy has been holding Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) meetings on Treasure Island that are open to the public, and post final copies of RAB meeting minutes and handouts on their website. Copies of agendas and meeting materials are mailed out to anyone requesting to be on the RAB mailing list. Navy staff and contractors attend each RAB meeting to provide an update on all of its environmental activities, including radiological cleanup, and to answer questions from residents and members of the public.
The Navy posts an annual update to its Site Management Plan (SMP) on their website, which provides a comprehensive status and schedule for each of the remediation sites in the Navy's environmental program. The Navy also prepares fact sheets and holds public meetings at key technical milestones in the environmental remediation program. Presentation materials, notices, and fact sheets are posted to the Navy website. The Navy maintains a repository of technical reports, fact sheets, newsletters and RAB meeting information that is publicly-available at the Navy Caretaker Office in Suite 161 of Building 1 on Treasure Island.
California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC)
The Navy provides up to date information directly to the public through its Community Relations Program. DTSC, as the lead regulatory agency overseeing the Navy’s environmental program, posts various documents related to the Navy’s cleanup activities on their website including draft documents for public review, final documents, fact sheets, updates and information, and a list of completed activities. DTSC Toll Free Number is: 1-866-495-5651 (Radhika Majhail, Public Participation).
Points of Contact Regarding Navy's Environmental Cleanup Program
Keith S. Forman
Navy BRAC PMO
33000 Nixie Way
Building 50 Attn: Keith Forman
San Diego, CA 92147
Phone: (415) 308-1458
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Ms. Myriam Zech
1515 Clay Street, Suite 1400.
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone: (510) 622-2445
Ms. Remedios (Medi) Sunga
CA Department of Toxic Substances Control
700 Heinz Avenue, Suite 200
Berkeley, CA 94710
Phone: (510) 540-3840
Ms. Nadia Hollan Burke
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region IX
75 Hawthorne Street, (SFD-8-1)
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: (415) 972-3187
Mr. Steve Woods
1500 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95899-7377
Phone: (916) 440-7259
Treasure Island Environmental Cleanup Hotline - (415) 487-4841
TIDA has created an Treasure Island environmental cleanup hotline. TIDA and the City are committed to providing residents and the general public with up to date information and answering questions and concerns related to the Navy's environmental cleanup program. Please leave a detailed message regarding any questions, comments or concerns you may have about the Navy's cleanup activities and someone will get back to you within one business day.
Navy Service Records Requests/former NSTI Personnel Records Requests
Service records and other Naval Station Treasure Island personnel information for the period between 1940 and 1997 are not available through the Navy's Base Realignment and Closure Program Management Office. View full information on obtaining Military Service Records.