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The Navy still owns all of the land. Prior to transfer, the Navy and City/Local Reuse Authority (LRA) must agree to the terms of property transfer; the transfer is anticipated in 2023. Most of the regional open space area has transferred via a Public Benefit Conveyance (PBC) to the East Bay Regional Park District with their sponsor, the U.S. National Park Service. The old Navy administrative area north of Highway 4 will also transfer via a PBC to the County Sheriff/Fire District with their sponsor, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The balance of the property will transfer to the LRA through an Economic Development Conveyance (EDC).
The Navy will transfer parcels of land in phases based on their remediation schedule, through a series of Findings of Suitability for Transfer (FOSTs) and possibly Findings of Suitability for Early Transfer (FOSETs). As the regulatory agencies determine that land is suitable to transfer to the City, property will be transferred based on the planned future use. For example, the portion of the site that will become Concord Hills Regional Park will be transferred as a public benefit conveyance to East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD), while the portion planned for new housing and commercial uses will be transferred as an economic development conveyance.