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Opinion Survey: Hunters Point Substation Plaza

Opinion Survey: Hunters Point Substation Plaza

The Opinion Survey is now closed

Thank you for interest in the Hunters Point Substation Plaza. The survey on the plaza design closed on February 1. 

 

Online Survey Results Presentation: March 31, 2021 at 11am and 6pm  

We are currently analyzing the survey data and collating the comments received. On March 31 we will present the results to the public via online meeting. You can learn how to join by returning to this page or joining our email list using the form to the right.

If you have comments about the plaza design or questions you would like addressed, please click here to send a message or email us at [email protected]

 

Learn more. You can read more about the plaza design and the substation project by reading below. There is also a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section that you can reach by clicking the tab above.

 

Designing a Plaza for the Community

PG&E is building a new substation on the corner of Jennings Street and Evans Avenue, next to the hardware store HD Supply White Cap and across Jennings Street from the current substation. A plaza will be built in front of the new substation as a benefit for the neighborhood. We want your help to finish the design. 

This is what the plaza will look like as currently designed:

View of the proposed Substation Plaza

 

We designed the plaza with input from neighborhood residents. You can see past designs and read about the feedback we received by looking at this document

Building a New Substation
The Hunters Point Substation is critical to providing reliable power to San Francisco residents and businesses. The current substation is obsolete and must be replaced so PG&E can safely provide electricity to the city. A summary of the project can be read here. 

Construction of the new substation will begin in 2021 and is expected to last through the end of 2022. We currently estimate the plaza will be open in 2023. Check out the FAQ at the end of this survey for more information on the survey on the construction process.

This diagram shows where the new substation will be located:Diagram showing the Substation move

 

Current Plaza Design

This diagram below shows the plaza design as of 2020. It may change in response to the information we gathered in this survey

Plan of Plaza with features.

The current design includes:

  • two unisex bathrooms
  • storage or technical room 
  • kiosk: a flexible multi-use space
  • areas for sitting and gathering

This design is meant to bring people to the plaza and create a space that can be enjoyed by everyone.

 

Potential Features of the Plaza

This diagram represents possible features that may be added to the plaza design. 

Plaza diagram showing fence, lighting, and transportation

This image above depicts some of the other features we are considering for the plaza:

  • integrated lighting elements
  • ability to install a fence as needed
  • bike racks
  • bike share

 

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Download the Survey

You can fill out the survey offline and return it by email. Click here to download a PDF of this survey. Be sure to return it following the instructions in the document.  

 


Coronavirus Response and Resources

We are following all health recommendations from the City and the State to control the spread of the virus and protect public health. For more information and help responding to the Coronavirus, you can visit these sites:

City of San Francisco Coronavirus website - The City's page has detailed information on the progress of the virus in San Francisco, and links to numerous resources for dealing with the impact of the epidemic on your life. 

PG&E Coronavirus website - PG&E wants to make sure no one loses power during this crisis. This webpage has information and links to PG&E's consumer protection plans, including financial assistance for those who temporarily cannot pay their bills due to impacts of the Coronavirus.

NOW Hunters Point Resource Guide - The team at NOW Hunters Point has put together a comprehensive guide to local food and health resources. The information is given in English, Chinese, and Spanish.