Hunters Point, Treasure Island, Presidio, and Fort Baker

Documents From Federal Agencies

Naval Facilities Engineering Command logoThroughout the United States, the federal government is investigating potential hazardous waste contamination at many of its facilities under the Department of Defense's Installation Restoration Program. An essential element of the Restoration Program is community relations. The goal is to keep the community informed about the environmental investigations and to provide the community with opportunities to participate in the selection of cleanup actions. To that end information repositories have been established at the San Francisco Public Library. Repositories contain current information, fact sheets, technical reports, and reference materials regarding the sites under investigation.

Dept of the Navy Base Realignment and Closure sealCurrently, the Government Information Center (GIC) receives federal documents relating to Treasure Island and Hunters Point, from the Department of the Navy Base Realignment and Closure Program Management's Office (BRAC PMO). These documents are in closed stacks but can be retrieved upon request. The master index, available at the GIC reference desk, uses record numbers to locate documents. Not all indexed documents are in the collection, however.

National Park Service sealFort Baker and the Presidio, have completed the BRAC process, and are now under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Government Information Center desk on the 5th floor of the Main Library by calling 415-557-4400, or sending an email to governmentinfo@sfpl.org.

rev. 2/2018
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