District 10 Participatory Budgeting
Submit your ideas today!
In the last few years, District 10 has conducted the Participatory Budgeting process and we will be undertaking a similar effort this year. This year, District 10 has been allocated $250,000 of discretionary funding for neighborhood projects.
What is Participatory Budgeting?
Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process that gives community members the opportunity to set budgeting priorities and make decisions on what community projects should be funded.
How does Participatory Budgeting work?
District 10 residents will be able to help decide how best to spend $250,000 for neighborhood enhancements, beautification, safety, open space and other improvements. Past awarded projects have included security cameras, graffiti clean-up programs and community gardening programs for youth. Click here for a list of projects awarded in 2015.
Between March 5 – March 19, 2017 voting (online and in-person) will be held for ALL residents of District 10 to decide which projects on the Participatory Budgeting ballot will receive funding.
Have an idea for a project in District 10? (DEADLINE IS JANUARY 8!)
Submit them here – https://goo.gl/VdXuDYÂ or mail project applications (print one here, Chinese application here, Spanish application here) to:
San Francisco City Hall
Supervisor Malia Cohen
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244
San Francisco, CA 94102
We are accepting applications on projects to help improve District 10 in the following categories:
- Neighborhood and Community Services
- Transportation and Pedestrian Safety
- Beautification and Open Space
- Education and Youth
- Culture and Arts
For more information or questions, please contact: