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  • GREEN ROOFSSAN FRANCISCO
  • LIGHT BKG / BASE COLO CMYK 18 11 33 0 RGB 210 210 178+ SECONDARY COLOR CMYK RGB 38 23 40 0 164 175 156 CHARCOAL GRAY = CMYK 0 0 0 90 RGB 65 64 66 DULL GRAY CMYK 55 45 55 17 RGB 113 114 104+ NEON GREEN CMYK 20 5 100 0 RGB 215 223 35
  • BENEFITS: WHY SHOULD WE PROMOTE GREEN ROOFS? ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS • Stormwater Management • Water Quality Improvement • Heat Mitigation • Air Quality Improvement • Erosion and Sedimentation Control • Biodiversity, Wildlife Habitat Conservation, Creation, and Restoration ECONOMIC BENEFITS • Increased Roof Longevity • Reduced Energy Consumption and Costs • Increased Points in the LEED™ Rating System • Increased Building Marketability • Emerging Synergy with Solar Power • Urban Agriculture • Educational opportunities RECREATION & PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS • Active and passive creation • Appealing to Biophilia • Noise and sound Insulation • Making Employees Happier • Fostering a Community AESTHETIC BENEFITS • Visual Relief • Varied Design Possibilities
  • BENEFITS: WHY SHOULD WE PROMOTE GREEN ROOFS? FURTHERING ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS ESTABLISHED • Stormwater Management Stormwater Management • Water Quality Improvement GUIDELINES • Heat Mitigation • Air Quality Improvement • Erosion and Sedimentation Control OVERLAP • Biodiversity, Wildlife Habitat Conservation, Creation, and Restoration WITH SEVERAL CURRENT CITY PROGRAMS ECONOMIC BENEFITS • Increased Roof Longevity • Reduced Energy Consumption and Costs Biodiversity • Increased Points in the LEED™ Rating System • Increased Building Marketability RECENTLY PASSED • Emerging Synergy with Solar Power • Urban Agriculture ORDINANCE AND • Educational opportunities POLITICAL SUPPORT RECREATION & PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS • Active and passive creation Urban Agriculture • Appealing to Biophilia • Noise and sound Insulation • Making Employees Happier • Fostering Community AESTHETIC BENEFITS • Visual Relief • Varied Design Possibilities
  • TYPOLOGIESLarge Scale Park Biohabitat Focus Residential Rooftop Urban Tactical,Educational Low Maintenance Commercial Agriculture Temporary,Intensive Stormwater Focus Small scale Experimental Intensive vs. Extensive
  • COORDINATION: GROUPS INTERESTED IN GREEN ROOFS CITY GOVERNMENT DBI San Francisco Department of Building Inspection Office City Administrator LAND OWNERS DPH SF Dept Public SF SFPUC SF Public Utilities Commission Health Planning SFE DPW San Francisco Department Environment San Francisco RPD San Francisco Department Department SF Unified ELECTED/APPOINTED of Public Works Recreation and Parks School Board of District Supervisors OFFICIALS UFC MTA SFSU Presidio Trust Regional+State + San Francisco San Francisco Urban Forest Municipal Transportation TIDA GGNRA National Partners Council Agency Director of PRIVATE Green Greening Successor Port of San Francisco Roofs for PROPERTY Healthy Agency OWNERS CDBs Cities San Francisco Municipal Transportation Residents + Business SF City Agency Owners + Private College Institutions USGBC FUF DESIGNERS Friends of the GREEN Urban Forest Architects Landscape ROOF Architects ALLIANCE SPUR COMMUNITY GROUPS /NON PROFITS
  • RELATED POLICIES, PROGRAMS, EFFORTS, GUIDELINESPolicies/Ordinances Projects/Programs/PlansSFPUC SFPUCStormwater Management Ordinance 83-10 May 2010 SSIP Early Implementation ProjectsSF GSA - Office of City Administrator SF GSA - Office of City AdministratorUrban Agriculture Ordinance 162-12 Administrative Code 2012 Roof AuditSF Dept Building Inspection SF MTAGreen Building Ordinance 2008 1 South Van ness Green Roof InstallationSF Planning / Public Works Codes SF Planning DepartmentGreen Landscaping Ordinance 2010 Urban Forest Plan, Eco-Districts, Area Plans, Recreation Open Space Element, Sustainable Development Program SF Environment Guide to the San Francisco Biodiversity, Urban Forest and Urban Agriculture Coordinators Green Landscaping Ordinance RECREATION & OPEN SPACE AmendmentS to SAn FrAnciSco’S municipAl codeS ELEMENT REVISED DRAFT SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING DEPARTMENT | APRIL 2010 AN ELEMENT OF THE GENERAL PLAN OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO DRAFT JUNE 2011 | SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING DEPARTMENT SAN FRANCISCO graywaterdesignmanual for OUTDOOR IRRIGATION stormwaterdesignguidelines SAN FRANCISCO
  • GREEN ROOFS IN SAN FRANCISCO California Academy of Art, Golden Gate Park Transbay Transit Center - 5 Acres Eco Center, Heron’s Head Park, Hunter’s Point Neighborhood Drew School Glide Memorial Church, Tenderlion Neighborhood 365 Fulton Street- Richardson Apartments Muni Bus Shelter Demonstration Parking Day, Valencia Street
  • GREEN ROOFS IN SAN FRANCISCO One South Van Ness - SFMTA Zero Cottage, 339 Shotwell 990 Polk - Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Roof top Garden
  • WHICH AREAS WOULD MOST BENEFIT FROM GREEN ROOFS? low tree canopy San Francisco Neighborhood Tree Canopy North Beach Marina Russian (11.7%) (9.8%) Hill Presidio (12.5%) Treasure (32.8%) Island/YBI Chinatown (18.3%) Pacific Heights Nob Hill (5%) Financial (13.9%) (5%) District Presidio (9.3%) Seacliff Heights Downtown/ (29.3%) (11.5%) Civic Center (4.1%) Inner Richmond Western Addition Outer Richmond (9.5%) (10.9%) (5.8%) South of Market (4.1%) Haight Ashbury Golden Gate Park (20.1%) (47.7%) Castro/ Upper Market Inner Sunset (14.5%) Tree Canopy (20.5%) Mission (7.5%) Potrero Hill > 25% Outer Sunset (8.7%) (5%) 10.1% - 25% Twin Peaks 5.1% - 10% (22.7%) Noe Valley 5% or less (15.5%) Diamond Parkside Heights (5.3%) (28.9%) Bernal Heights West of Twin Peaks Glen Park (12.1%) (17.5%) (19.6%) Bayview (6.7%) Excelsior Lakeshore Outer Mission (10.3%) (17.4%) (8.4%) Ocean View (8.3%) Visitacion Valley Crocker (17.6%) Amazon (5.2%) san francisco’s urban forest 2 Miles WEBSTER
  • WHICH AREAS WOULD MOST BENEFIT FROM GREEN ROOFS?storm water sensitive areas Bay Black Fill Point San Francisco Infiltration Zone Rating developed by SF PUC, v0.4 July 2006 Presidio North Shore Bay Fill Coyote Gulch Bay Lobos Creek Fill Lands End Yerba Buena Island Richmond District D MARINA BLV TH E BAY ST EM BA Channel CO RC LU MB AD ST LOMBARD US ER Golden Gate Park AV O E N BLVD KEARNY ST LINCOL ST CALIFORNIA DIVISADE GEARY ST ARGUELLO BLVD RO ST D GEARY BLV Sunset 03 PARK PRESIDIO BLVD 25TH AVE RD ST 04 TH ST ST G FELL ST OAK ST KIN FULTON ST 09 Bay STANYAN TH CRO Fill ST S DUBOCE AVE DIVISION ST SOV Islais Creek DR AR KEZ SUNSET BLVD ST ER 16TH ST DR 17TH ST 07TH AVE Fill E N AV Yosemite NORIEGA ST O Ingleside END GREAT HWY R Lake Merced CLA A DR CLIPPER ST CESAR CHAVEZ ST Thornton Beach TOL VD BL POR Sunnydale EY W DE Bay TARAVAL ST E E AV Fill OA EV JOS SANTA CLARA AVE CORTLAND AVE KD AN Vista Grande Bayshore 2 Miles AL S AV E SAN WEBSTER AV E ESan Francisco Watersheds SLOAT BLVD ST VD MONTEREY BLVD ALEM ANY BL INN N VE SIO ES ER A SILV AV MIS JUNIPERO SERRA BLVD SAN E BLVD 19TH AVE BR UNO LAKE MERCED BR OCEAN AVE AZ IL AVE AV E MANSEL L ST ST RD SKYLINE BLVD JO 03 North HN GE Marina Beach NEV MU Russian AA VE IR Hill DR Presidio Treasure Island Chinatown Pacific Nob 0 0.25 0.5 1 Mile Heights Hill Financial INFILTRATION ZONES Presidio District Heights Seacliff Yerba Not Recommended Very High to High Liquefaction Hazard, Landslide Hazard Downtown/ Buena Civic Center Island D Soils, Slope > 10%, Groundwater Depth < 10, Maher (Contaminated) Site Inner Western Challenging Outer Richmond Addition Richmond Further Study C Soils, Slope 5-10%, Medium Liquefaction Hazard South of Market A or B Soils, Slope < 5%, Low to Very Low Liquefaction Hazard Golden Gate Park Coastal (Fog Belt) OK Haight Ashbury LIQUEFACTION + GROUNDWATER DEPTH SOILS + CONTAMINATION SLOPES + LANDSLIDES Castro/ Transitional Inner Sunset Upper Market Mission Potrero Outer Hill Bay (Sun Belt) Sunset Twin Peaks Noe Valley Parkside Diamond Heights Bernal West of Glen Park Heights Twin Peaks Bayview Outer Excelsior Lakeshore Mission Ocean View Visitacion Valley Crocker NRCS Soil Type Percent Slope Liquefaction Hazard Designated Maher sites Amazon A 0-5% Landslide Hazard VH H M L VL 0 Groundwater B Maher Area 2 Miles WEBSTER Depth < 10 C&D Known fill 5-10% San Francisco Microclimates D Serpentine rock, requires asbestos testing Slope > 10 > 10% Source: San Francisco Department of Public Works
  • WHICH AREAS WOULD MOST BENEFIT FROM GREEN ROOFS?Areas with poor air qualityhigh traffic density high asthma rates
  • SYNERGIES WITH OTHER GREENING EFFORTS I Porpoise Viewing Interpretation (from bridge) GREEN CONNECTIONS LEGEND S A DRAFT NETWORK ROUTES MARINE DR HT RD CHT YAC N not to scale KEARNY S rs MASON POWELL O t te F OP 1 Presidio to Bay: Monarch LO SEPTEMBER 25, 2012 GE L ST BEACH ST T VE ST BEACH ST DO BAY ST ID Sea R BR GRANT A 2 China Beach to Bay: Pygmy Nuthatch AVILA ST BAY ST Y UT ST BA VE CHESTN ICH ST 3 Market to Beach: Annas Hummingbird GREENW LAGUNA Ma N ST GOUGH S A D ST MOULTO LOMBAR 4 Bay to Beach: Cedar Waxwing rk DAVIS S UNION ST Sue Bierman/Ferry Park: ST EM ST OCTAVIA GREEN ST VALLEJO Or T BA 18 ST FILBERT ig Tall deciduous trees make good bird habitat T N SON RC JEFFER 25 5 Sunset to Hills: Green Hairstreak in STOCKTO C GREEN ST al MARINA BEACH ST MASON GLO VER AD 15 FORT Ba CA AVE KEARNY MARINA N ER SA POINT PACIFIC BRODER TAYLOR Create habitat walls MASON NORTH PIERCE S yS MASON Mission to Peaks: Anise Swallowtail N 19 6 SCO O C JONES S JEFFERSO FRANCI LARKIN 25 ho Redwoods BEACH of dense hedges POINT BAY O NORTH HYDE ST FRANCISC ICK ST STOCKT AY BAKER S re T BROADW LEAVENW OCTAVIA T lin MALLORC ST 1 JACKSO N BAY 7 Precita Creek to Beach: California Buckeye 80 SCOTT CHESTNUT ON e& I LOMBARD H FILBERT T GREENWIC MONTGOM TH BRODERIC CLAY ST O RT H S T A CO E Cr LU M EM MB AI Islais Creek: Holly-leaf Cherry ICH 8 SANSOM ee US N GREENW BA UNION VALLEJO ST FILBERT K ERY RC S ks GREEN WALNUT AD 1 BUCHAN CLAY ST FRONT PRESIDIO O SEACLIFF AVE ER 1 VALLEJ E MILEY LAUREL GREEN PINE ST OCTAVIA O LO C U S T Yosemite Creek: Red-winged Blackbird GRANT 9 PERINE PL BUSH ST WEBSTER SPRUCE MAPLE S PIERCE POWELL Y BROADWA 2 LYON PRESIDI GOUGH ST AN ST 17 ST FERN ST C O GREEN GTON AVE ST Y PL ST WASHIN DRUMM BROADWA COSMO DAVIS ST ST ST T 2 FILLMORE PIERCE S Ingleside: Coast Live Oak WILMOT BATTERY DIVISADER 10 O AVE VALLEJO HYDE PACIFIC 06TH AVE SCOTT S IAL JACKSON COMMERC BAKER LYO N S T TAYLOR WEBSTE MASON T A Y LO R ST POST ST CEDAR ST TON 04TH AVE OLN WASHING ET O T ST RK 09TH AVE 11TH AVE L A FAY E T T E TROY EU 29TH AVE ES CLAY Lake Merced to Candlestick: Cliff Swallow A LTA 11 MA T AR LINC SE PA R K MONTGOM GRANT ELLIS ST IC PLAZA T KEARNY PRESIDIO Backyard corridor to the Presidio for insects CALIFORNIA ST WALNUT PACIF NTO VAN NESS R X STOCKTO HA ST MA WEST TON SACRAME POWELL ST 15TH AVE 23 20 GGNRA NRA NR LOCUST IN W WASHING LAUREL EUCLID AVE TH MAPLE Tenderloin WYMAN 27TH AVE CHERRY OR NIA A R G U E L LO B LV D 01 LARKIN FR CLAY CALIFOR ERY DE ST N NE EM SCENIC