Working with agencies and organizations from Emeryville to Union City, the ART Program assessed the vulnerability and risk of shoreline and community resources to sea level rise and storm events. The project led to strategies to help communicate and resolve these complex issues, as well as processes to integrate adaptation into local and regional planning and decision-making.
The assessment findings, adaptation responses and planning partnerships developed through the ART Alameda County Project jump-started new collaborative assessment and adaptation planning efforts within and outside the project area: the Hayward Shoreline and Oakland/Alameda Resilience Studies, the Bay Area Transportation Climate Resilience focus area planning efforts, the Capitol Corridor Passenger Rail vulnerability assessment, and the East Bay Regional Park District planning effort.
The ART Alameda County Project ran from January 2011 – October 2013. Materials were completed in January 2014, and ART staff continued to work with asset managers within the project area on more focused assessment and adaptation planning.
Findings and Materials
Existing Conditions and Stressors Report
Vulnerability and Risk Report (13MB)
Synthesizing Vulnerability and Risk: The Define Step
Developing an Adaptation Response: The Plan Step
ART Subregional Adaptation Responses
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- Jaclyn Mandoske