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Floating pool proposed to remake San Francisco Waterfront

The state-of-the-art pool would sit along the waterfront at piers 30-32, about halfway between the Ferry Building and Oracle Park. 

The proposal also includes 57,000 square feet of retail and recreation space, making the area more than just a new pool. The design includes two levels of stores and restaurants. They are also planning to build an area for kayaks to launch.

In the works since 2020, Strada and Trammell Crow Company presented their revised plan to Port of San Francisco officials on Nov. 16. Developers said they originally put the plan in motion because of the lack of large publicly-accessible swimming pools in Bay Area.

Organizers say activities would include water polo, synchronized swimming, as well as swim lessons. 

Project managers are expected to meet with the port again in January, and hope to further plans to bring the proposal a step closer to completion.


Spring Into Fitness Classes, Live Music and More in Thrive City!

Dear Residents,

Please see below for some fun upcoming events at the Chase Center!

For more information, calendar and for buying tickets. Please visit the link below.


Thank you!

Storm and High Wind Safety Precautions

Wind gusts up to 65 mph expected in southern Utah

Dear Residents,

As you all know, we have been experiencing rain storms and high winds. Please see below a few tips to keep you and your belongings safe. Also please find attached more safety tips should the severe weather find you elsewhere.

If a wind warning is issued, consider the following:

  • Bring in unsecured objects from patios and balconies and secure outdoor objects such as lawn furniture or garbage cans that could blow away and cause damage or injure someone.
  • Tune in to local weather forecasts and bulletins issued by the National Weather Service on the web, NOAA Weather Radio, or local TV and radio stations.
  • Shutter windows securely and brace outside doors.
  • Watch for flying debris. Tree limbs may break and street signs may become loose during strong wind gusts. Keep an eye on nearby balconies for loose objects that may fall.

For weather information and more safety tips. Please visit the link below.


Keep yourself and others safe!

Thank you.

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