Hayward Shoreline Michael Short

Hayward Regional Shoreline Adaptation Master Plan

Overview

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View of Cogswell Marsh from West Winton Landfill
View of Cogswell Marsh from West Winton Landfill

The Hayward Regional Shoreline Adaptation Master Plan was commissioned in 2019 by the Hayward Area Shoreline Planning Agency (HASPA) a joint powers agency consisting of representatives from the City of Hayward, East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD), and Hayward Area Recreation and Park District (HARD).

The Adaptation Master Plan will develop various multi-benefit strategies for the shoreline, its existing infrastructure, and the surrounding natural habitat in order to adapt to Sea Level Rise. Ultimately, it will act as a road map and help guide the development of future projects in a coordinated effort between state and local agencies, landowners, and the public. The Plan will be a forward-looking tool for preparation, mitigation, and adaptation to climate change.

To review the preferred alternative please visit HaywardShorelineMasterPlan.com

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2022 HASPA Meeting Schedule

Site Description

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Bay Trail at Hayward Regional Shoreline
Bay Trail at Hayward Regional Shoreline
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Walking along the Bay Trail (Ronald Horii, 2014)
Walking along the Bay Trail (Ronald Horii, 2014)
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Shorebird Habitat
Shorebird Habitat (SCAPE, 2019)

Contact

Please contact John Holder, Senior Planner at JHolder@ebparks.org, or at (510) 544-2323 to be added to the project mailing list.