Development Construction Overview

Community Construction Meetings

Treasure Island Community Development (TICD) hosts monthly Community Construction Meetings in order to keep the Island community updated on upcoming construction work and expected on-Island impacts due to the work.  All members of the Island community are invited and welcomed to attend.

**The December 12 Community Construction meeting is cancelled.  Next monthly meeting will be January 9, 2018**

  • When: Second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 PM
  • Where: ShipShape Community Center, 850 Avenue I, Treasure Island

View the October 10, 2018 Community Construction Meeting presentation

Image of equipment associated with geotechnical improvements on Treasure IslandImage of excavation activity for new Yerba Buena Island water tank

Active and Upcoming TICD Construction Activities

Yerba Buena Island Forest Road Detour road now open.  YBI Macalla Road now closed for widening and reconstruction.  Closure period anticipated at 18 - 24 months.

Click here for full information on Forest Road Detour road opened on August 20, 2018.

Start Date Location Activity Completion Date (Est.)
4/23/18 TI Western Shoreline work site Geotechnical program - vibratory compaction and wick-drain installation. Ongoing
4/23/18 TI Western Shoreline work site Demolition and removal of existing utilities and roadway surfaces in preparation for geotechnical improvements. Ongoing
8/20/18 YBI Macalla Road work site Widening and reconstruction. Ongoing
11/26/18 Treasure Island 9th Street between Ave. of Palms and Ave. H Tree removal, sidewalk removal, path construction, traffic reconfiguration for new soil haul route. Ongoing

Image of map of current road closures and detour roads on Yerba Buena IslandImage of Treasure Island development construction-related street closures and traffic detours

Phase 1 Parking and Traffic Impacts:

TICD construction activities along Yerba Buena Island Macalla Road, Treasure Island Road and around Treasure Island's southern and western waterfronts are now underway, resulting in the closure and relocation of MUNI 25 bus stops, the closure of public parking areas, the closure of certain on-Island streets and changes in traffic circulation on Yerba Buena Island and Treasure Island.  Motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and MUNI-25 riders should expect an increase in construction related vehicles and traffic on-Island during regular weekday, daytime work hours.

Click here for full information on Phase 1 streets and traffic impacts including site diagrams and downloadable/printable Construction Advisories.

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Public Oversight of Demolition Activities

All Land Use Development proposals by Developers are first reviewed for environmental impacts under the requirements of the state California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The environmental review conducted in accordance with CEQA identifies mitigation measures to reduce significant environmental effects. Prior to approval of a project, TIDA adopted feasible mitigation measures identified in the environmental document.  TICD is required to follow the mitigation measures adopted by TIDA such as requiring the best available technology for heavy vehicle emissions control.

For larger projects and those with sensitive receptors within 1000 feet, TICD must submit a Dust Control Plan for San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH) approval to comply with Article 22B of the Health Code. This approved Dust Control Plan is required prior to TICD, or their contractors, receiving a permit to demolish or build from the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection (DBI). When asbestos-containing building materials will be disturbed, the Developer also has requirements imposed by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), the region’s air quality protection agency.

DBI will be sending a field inspector to the Yerba Buena Island and Treasure Island demolition sites regularly to observe that dust control practices are preventing visible dust. DPH has limited inspection resources, but does send inspectors to the site regularly to also observe that dust control practices are effectively preventing visible dust.