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SPUR Report 01/2012: Safe Enough to Stay


Source: San Francisco Planning & Urban Research (SPUR)

“This report addresses the question of how to make San Francisco’s residential buildings resilient in the face of a large earthquake. How many San Franciscans will be able to stay in their homes while those homes are being repaired? What does it mean for the city’s overall resilience if some neighborhoods suffer more damage than others? What steps can city government, building owners and residents take now to ensure that homes are safe to occupy after an earthquake strikes?”

Click here to view the report (4.5MB pdf).