Amenities and services/public safety

UCSF Mission Bay Community Task Force
Proposed Planning Principles
The following principles apply to UCSF development in the Central Waterfront, Mission District, Showplace Square / Potrero Hill, East SOMA and Western SOMA planning areas of San Francisco. OVERARCHING PRINCIPLES
OP1. When UCSF acquires property in the Central Waterfront, Mission District, Showplace Square / Potrero Hill, East SOMA and Western SOMA, by long-term lease, title, and/or gift and develops such property for its occupancy, it will work to establish, on a case-by-case basis, agreements with adjoining neighborhoods and the City and County of San Francisco to help cushion neighborhood impacts of such property acquisition, development, and operations. Consistent with UC policy, such agreements must directly benefit the campus. OP2. Work to support UC-wide efforts to provide “Fair Share” funding to the City and County of San Francisco, on a case-by-case basis, to pay for adopted mitigation measures identified in CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) documents to reduce or avoid its share of significant off-campus environmental impacts caused by UCSF development. OP3. The mechanism for ongoing community involvement in monitoring the UCSF development process and in negotiating agreements with adjoining neighborhoods and the City and County of San Francisco is the Mission Bay CAG Action Team (CAT), a sub-committee of the UCSF Community Advisory Group (CAG). AMENITIES AND SERVICES/PUBLIC SAFETY
A1. Seek to enrich the quality of life in the community by extending services, facilities, and activities to the wider community as well, including child care, public safety, meeting and event space, recreation, and other support activities appropriate to the goals of UCSF and the community. A2. Support local efforts to increase fire and police protection, especially in neighborhoods with high incidence of crime, and ensure that the campus safety officers are sensitive to the community. A3. Provide adequate security methods, including exterior lighting, particularly in parking areas, in order to enhance a safe environment on all campus sites. These security methods should be designed in a manner which is sensitive in the surrounding community. UCSF Mission Bay Community Task Force
Proposed Planning Principles
BD1. Consider viewshed impacts on surrounding neighborhoods when designing new buildings. BD2. Follow the design principles of green building, collaboration, and a strong campus- BD3. Consider adaptive reuse of building structures in the Mission Bay area. BD4. Revise its Mission Bay Campus Master Plan and Design Guidelines to incorporate pedestrian-friendly urban design principles to better relate its Mission Bay campus buildings to the adjoining streetscape and pedestrian realm. BD5. Present proposed building designs in the Mission Bay neighborhood to the public for review and comment using 3D modeling and other visualization techniques at critical milestones. BD6. Involve the community in the design of buildings to ensure that they are compatible with neighborhood character and aesthetically pleasing to neighbors. BD7. Ensure that the finished product is true to agreed-upon design; if financial constraints force changes, ensure that acceptable alternatives are negotiated with the community. COMMUNITY
C1. Conduct a planning and development process that is transparent and responsive to C2. UCSF values the unique characteristics and vitality of neighboring communities. ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND SAFETY
EPS1. Community health is of paramount importance to UCSF. UCSF** bioscience facilities and research laboratories are designed and inspected by outside regulatory agencies for compliance with applicable city, state, and federal regulatory requirements for Environmental Health and Safety, use and collection of hazardous chemicals, radioactive and bio-hazardous materials; use of animals; and waste collection. [Private biosciences uses attracted by UCSF are subject to the same regulatory requirements as UCSF and are under the authority of the City and County of San Francisco and the State of California.] EPS2. UCSF facilities will be sited and planned to avoid hazards to the campus community or EPS3. UCSF will be compatible with city, state and federal standards with respect to environmental impacts such as noise and construction impacts. UCSF Mission Bay Community Task Force
Proposed Planning Principles
H1. Make a positive contribution to San Francisco’s affordable housing stock by directly providing housing and or using financial and technical resources to assist with the development of increased housing opportunities for UCSF students, staff, and faculty in the area in order to relieve housing demand in the local community. H2. Ensure that UCSF expansion will not adversely affect the availability and affordability of housing. UCSF will continue its practice of not acquiring existing residential property for non-residential use. H1 will help to ensure that UCSF addresses its demand for affordable housing. H3. UCSF should avoid displacement of existing residential units or individuals who could be displaced by converting housing to other uses. HUMAN RESOURCES AND ECONOMIC IMPROVEMENT
HRE1. Encourage the continued success of existing neighborhood-based businesses. HRE2. Encourage and support existing locally-owned business and employment opportunities. HRE3. Promote and expand the University Community Partnerships Program within the Mission HRE4. Coordinate hiring programs with community employment and job training programs, labor unions, and local high school and colleges; work with community agencies to monitor job placements to ensure success. LU1. Plan for growth and renovations consistent with use limitations and height and bulk limitations in the city planning and zoning codes**. UCSF will endeavor to be consistent with applicable land use plans and mitigation approaches, where consistent with UC policy, while respecting specific plans and neighborhood concerns. With respect to other provisions of the city planning and zoning codes, such as off-street parking, UCSF will comply with such provisions or, if unable to comply strictly, will attempt to address impacts of its development with alternative measures, whether physical or operational. LU2. Meet with relevant planning agencies whenever possible to serve as a model of coordinated planning processes in San Francisco. LU3. Ensure that UCSF development is compatible with physical surroundings in use, scale, and density and that surrounding land uses do not negatively affect UCSF’s activities. Similarly, ensure that UCSF’s activities do not negatively affect surrounding land uses. LU4. Preserve and create waterfront access. **Deleted text: , or, work with the city to modify its plans and zoning limitations to enable consistency of UCSF Mission Bay Community Task Force
Proposed Planning Principles
LU6. UCSF will grow strategically within the Mission Bay area to maximize public benefit. LU7. Work to develop the Mission Bay campus, if conducive to program needs, before acquiring property by long-term lease, purchase, and/or gift in neighborhood areas. LU8. Recognizing community concerns about the potential impact of UCSF’s expansion into adjacent neighborhoods, UCSF will consult with the community before acquiring property by long-term lease, purchase, and/or gift in sensitive neighborhoods as identified by the community and shown on the Community Task Force issues and opportunities map. Examples of UCSF uses that may be welcome in sensitive neighborhoods include a wellness center or a medical/dental clinic. LU9. Target expansion in areas that have indicated a desire for UCSF related uses; e.g., the Port of San Francisco’s Pier 70, and the Western SOMA area. UCSF recommends that the community participate in the development of site criteria for its expansion into areas that have indicated a desire for UCSF uses. TRANSPORTATION
T1. Coordinate with relevant agencies to minimize congestion and provide state of the art transportation options within the Mission Bay area. T2. Support MUNI operations within and around the Mission Bay campus area. UCSF is committed to continuing to partner with adjoining areas to advocate for adequate MUNI service in the Mission Bay area. T3. Coordinate with existing neighborhood groups and the city to support the city’s application to regional transportation fund providers for priority funding of transportation infrastructure improvements associated with Mission Bay development.


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