The National Park Service is preparing an environmental assessment (EA) for the proposed Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District New Administration Building on their easement at #1 East Road in Fort Baker, which sit on a relatively steep, wooded, east facing slope above San Francisco Bay (click here for project map).
The two existing buildings that consist of a board room, public meeting room, and manager's office were built in the 1960s and 70s and occupy 400 and 250 square feet, respectively. These would be demolished to make room for the proposed new 2-story 2,200 square foot administration building that would house a board and public meeting room, reception area, offices for the District secretary and manager, public restrooms, and a records storage area.
This project would bring the District into compliance with ADA and current seismic standards and provide needed additional administration space. It would not introduce any new functions or services to the site. The new building would be constructed from, in part, sustainable materials and have a pier foundation to minimize disturbance to nearby trees. The Project would improve Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access to the District office by adding parking spaces and an ADA accessible restroom.
Public scoping occurred in January 2007. An EA is expected to be released to the public by the end of 2008. Click here for more information and to view the EA when available.
If you have questions regarding this project, please contact Liz Varnhagen (415) 561-2488.
Last updated: February 28, 2015