India Basin is a San Francisco’s quirky community with an impressive maritime history and an exciting future for living, working, and playing along the Blue Greenway. If you haven’t already visited, the India Basin Neighborhood Association invites you to journey to San Francisco’s southeast waterfront and discover sunny India Basin.
The parameters of the India Basin neighborhood are roughly from Islais Creek and Third Street, along the Cargo Way and Evans and Innes corridors, and around the waterfront into the Shipyard, from the top of the hill to the water.
Help Put the Unity in Community by Volunteering October 23
One way to build unity in our diverse community is for people who live, work, or play here to come together and have some fun on our spectacular waterfront. IBNA’s biggest event of the year is INDIA BASIN DAY on Saturday, October 23. Volunteers are needed to make the day a success. Won’t you lend a hand? Sign up to volunteer or provide resources, entertainment, or activities.
Ever wonder . . .What’s Going On HERE?
Traveling through India Basin can be deceiving. The multiple empty lots make it seem that nothing much is happening in the neighborhood. The truth is that behind the scenes several areas are in various stages of change. By 2025 the population of our neighborhood will double, between now and then expect CONSTRUCTION!
India Basin Growth 2021 – 2025
India Basin Construction Schedules 2021 – 2025
Volunteers from the India Basin Neighborhood Association are doing their best to stay informed and provide input on all the projects. Projects are focused around six key corners. These pages will be updated as information changes. IBNA continuously advocates for a livable neighborhood, with a range of housing sizes and styles, and the amenities and services that other San Francisco neighborhoods enjoy. IBNA welcomes responsible development, while trying to maintain the charm that makes India Basin special: the waterfront access, rich history, arts-friendly vibe, and mixed-use ambiance.
In 2010 IBNA created a Community Vision for our neighborhood that suggests needed amenities for FUN, FOOD, and FAMILY HOMES. Since then, IBNA has been advocating for all developments to incorporate these vision goals:
- Comprehensive Planning
- Economic Success
- Environmental Protections
- Transportation Improvements
- Recreational Opportunities