Hunters Point Power Plant Closure and Cleanup

Community Involvement

How to Stay Informed

We encourage you to become involved in the Hunters Point project. Public meetings are regularly held with the Hunters Point Project Advisory Committee (PAC) and the project team. These meetings are a good place to learn about planned site activities and give input. The PAC is made up of community leaders, labor leaders, clergy members, local residents, community-based organizations, environmental justice groups, City staff and local businesses.

You can also receive regular e-mail updates, Community First Newsletters, and invitations to attend project in-person meetings. If you are interested in staying connected, please contact us using the information listed on the right-hand side of this page (please provide your name, e-mail and/or mailing address).

In addition, DTSC has an extensive public participation process, including a website with all relevant project documents, the Envirostor.

NOW_Hunters Point Community Activities

In fall 2013, the NOW_Hunters Point program launched on the PG&E Hunters Point Site (next to Heron's Head Park near the intersection of Cargo Way and Jennings Street). NOW_Hunters Point is a series of events intended to inspire and inform the re-visioning process for the former power plant site.

In 2014, the NOW_Hunters Point team hosted a number of fun, family-friendly events at the site, including a circus, a petting zoo, kite flying workshop and StoryCorps recording and listening events. All of these events were aimed at preserving the community's rich history and gathering ideas for the future of the site. We are planning to resume a full-slate of community-oriented events in spring 2015.

For more information about interim use activities and events please go to


Contact Information

  • If you have any questions about the work taking place, please feel free to contact us

    By email:

    By phone:
    Environmental Remediation
    Information and Response Line