- San Francisco, California
- Total Acreage: 934
- BRAC Year: 1991
- Closure Date: 1974
- Action: Closure - Completing BRAC disposal and environmental actions.
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|Base Summary||Meeting Information||Information Repository 0DEA||Image Gallery||Contact Information||Links|
|Base Property and Historical Use
The former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS) is located in the southeastern portion of the city of San Francisco on a peninsula that extends into the San Francisco Bay. HPNS was operated as a commercial dry dock facility from 1869 until December 29, 1939, when the Navy purchased the property. From 1945 until 1974, the Navy predominantly used the shipyard as a repair facility. HPNS was also partially occupied by the Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory (NRDL) from 1948, when NRDL was formed, to 1969. In 1974, the Navy ceased shipyard operations at HPNS, placing it in industrial reserve and transferring control of the property to the Office of the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion, and Repair in San Francisco. From May 1976 to June 1986, Triple A Machine Shop, Inc. leased most of HPNS from the Navy and operated these leased areas as a commercial ship repair facility.
|Closure date, planned reuses, parcels transferred
HPNS was identified for BRAC closure in 1991. The facility consists of approximately 934 acres of land (of those approximately 443 acres are submerged land). HPNS is divided into multiple parcels to help expediting the environmental cleanup efforts and to facilitate timely transfer of the property. In December 2004, the Navy transferred the first 75-acre of HPNS (known as Parcel A) to the city of San Francisco for residential housing development, community parks, and commercial venues. The remainder of HPNS will be conveyed to the City on a parcel by parcel basis once the environmental cleanup is complete. Information on the City's planned reuse and redevelopment can be found at the websites listed on this page, in the section called "Links".
|The HPNS community involvement program consists of three community meetings per year. The Navy is producing a new Community Involvement Plan, scheduled to be finalized in August 2014, that discusses all elements of the Navy's community outreach in Bayview/Hunters Point.|
|Point of Contact
Mr. Derek Robinson
33000 Nixie Way
San Diego, CA, 92147
Phone: (619) 524-6026
|Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Site Trailer
690 Hudson Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
(accross the street from the security entrance to HPNS)
|San Francisco Main Library Science, Technical, and Government Documents Room
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm
Tues & Thurs 9:00am - 8:00pm
Sun 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Contact: Government Information Center
Phone: (415) 570-4500
|Navy/Agency Points of Contact|
Derek J. Robinson
Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB)
San Francisco Bay Region
1515 Clay Street, Suite 1400, Oakland, CA, 94612
Phone: (510) 622-5682
Department Of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)
700 Heinz Ave, Bldg. F, Suite 200, Berkeley, CA, 94710-2721
Phone: (510) 540-2480
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
75 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA, 94105
Phone: (415) 947-4187
Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure
One South Van Ness Avenue, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94103
Phone: (415) 749-2458
|Hunters Point Redevelopment Website
Visit Lennar/Bayview Hunters Point website dedicated to Hunters Point Shipyard. Lennar/Bayview Hunters Point was selected by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency in 1999, as the primary developer to implement the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Redevelopment Plan
|Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
Visit the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency website to learn more about project and survey areas, programs and services, meeting information, and more.
|Bayview Hunters Point Project Area Committee
The Bayview Hunters Point Project Area Committee is a community-based organization serving the interests of the Bayview Hunters Point District of San Francisco.