On January 31st, CMG Landscape Architecture, as a part of the CH2M/Arcadis Team, facilitated the third community meeting for the Embarcadero Seawall Program. Over 100 community members came to SPUR on a Thursday evening to hear presentations from Lindy Lowe, Chief Resiliency Officer of the Port of San Francisco, and Pamela Conrad, Senior Associate at CMG. The meeting presented a three part program: Strengthen, Adapt, and Envision. These three program horizons will lead the Port and City through developing resiliency solutions for near term seismic threats, as well as ongoing flood and sea level rise hazards through the coming century. Community members where led through an interactive exercise identifying priority assets and developing resiliency strategies for various time horizons and hazards.