Stay current on the project, and learn how you can help. Community assistance is needed across our service area.
We encourage you to become involved in the Hunters Point Power Plant project. Public meetings are regularly held with the Hunters Point Project Advisory Committee (PAC) and the project team. The meetings provide a good way to learn about planned site activities and provide input. The PAC is made up of the following groups:
You can also receive the Community First newsletter, invitations to attend in-person project meetings and regular email updates. Visit Hunters Point Power Plant Closure and Cleanup.
In addition, the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has an extensive public participation process, including a website with all the relevant project documents. Visit Envirostor.
In 2013, the NOW Hunters Point Program was launched on the PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant 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 citizens of the new vision for the former power plant site.
In 2014, the NOW Hunters Point team hosted a number of fun, family-friendly events at the site. The events included:
All the events were intended to preserve the community's rich history and gather ideas for the future of the site. More community-oriented events are coming.
Get more information about interim-use activities and events. Visit NOW Hunters Point.