South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I Project
The is a multi-purpose Flood Risk Management, Ecosystem Restoration and Recreation Project in San Jose, CA. The project manages risk for 5,500 residents and 1,100 structures, restores 2,900 acres of tidal wetlands, and improves recreation in the area by providing key connections to the iconic San Francisco Bay Trail. USACE is currently building the first portion of the project’s 4-mile coastal flood protection levee, known as Reaches 1-3, which begins at the Alviso Marina County Park and ends at the Artesian Slough.

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