Supervisor MALIA COHEN Serving San Francisco’s 10th District
2018 Participatory Budgeting Results
I am proud to announce the results of the District 10 Participatory Budgeting process. During this year’s program, hundreds of District 10 residents voted to decide on how we should spend $250,000 to improve and enhance our neighborhoods.
The winning projects are listed below in the order of the number of votes received. Thank you to all who participated in this process. From submitting a project idea to getting fellow residents involved, your participation made a difference. The process gave me an opportunity to hear from all of you about your ideas, priorities and vision for District 10.
Historical Mural Restoration
Restoration of the 29 year old Tuzuri Watu mural located on Palou and 3rd. This historical mural depicts female African American writers.
Good Fatherhood Day
Fund The Good Fatherhood Day, which is an event specifically for youth (ages 5-13) and father figures to come together and strengthen the father/child relationship through education, learning, and activities.
Fund the Youth Explosion event, which is a youth led event designed to provide a safe, positive and fun space for youth and young adults in the Bayview Hunters Point community. This free family event will offer live performances such as live bands, dance presentations, songs, spoken word and poetry.
Crosswalk Safety on Bayshore Blvd.
Traffic calming at Bayshore and Arleta to improve safety of residents on foot and bicyclists.
McLaren Park Outdoor Education Center Open Space Beautification Project
Beautify and activate the Outdoor Environmental Education Center in McLaren Park through additional supplies.
Fund computers and offer free coding classes to students.
Neighborhood Trash Bins
Fund the installation of trash bins at the intersection of Lane Avenue and either McKinnon Avenue or La Salle Avenue to discourage illegal dumping.
Bayview Local Makers Fair
An event to bring together art producers of the Bayview to showcase their talents and sell their work to community members. The event will include local music and food.
Let’s Go to Our Park- Visitacion Valley Kids and Community Zone
Enhance Visitacion Valley Playground with activities and community involvement.
The Resilient Bayview Vulnerable Populations Emergency Power Generation Program
Fund the generation of power in the event of a disaster, such as a major earthquake and create a safety net of essential services.
Youth on a Rise
To fund a van to transport at-risk youth in Alice Griffith to participate in outdoor activities and take trips to national parks.
I look forward to working with you to implement these projects and to continue advocating for more funding so that even the projects that weren’t selected will be prioritized.
Member, Board of Supervisors