Shoreline and Hillside Neighborhood Resilience Meetings

The Corte Madera Adaptation Planning process hosted the first of a series of community meetings on Resilience. The first meeting (May 8th at the Cove School) focused on shoreline neighborhoods and the current and future risk of coastal flooding. The second meeting (May 9th at the Community Center) focused on hillside neighborhoods and current and future risk of wildfire and precipitation driven flooding. Both were well attended, highlighted the wealth of knowledge and experience in the community, and provided space for a vibrant conversation on what resilience means for the community.

If you weren’t able to attend the meetings in person, you can watch recordings of the meetings.

Whether you attended the meeting or not, please take 5-10 minutes to fill out the adaptation survey. We would love to hear your thoughts, comments, and ideas.

Corte Madera Residents discussing coastal flooding issues in shoreline neighborhoods.

Corte Madera Residents discussing coastal flooding issues in shoreline neighborhoods.

Sascha Petersen