Hello Implementation Committee,
I would like to invite you to join Clark Construction & Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center and other Elected Officials, Corporate Sponsors, and Community Leaders on October 6th to celebrate the 2nd Annual Bayview Business Extravaganza event. This event will feature a video tribute to Mayor Lee, highlighting initiatives that positively impacted the Bayview Community, such as City Build, Invest In Neighborhoods, SF HOPE and others; and uncover his unique relationship with residents and various stakeholders in the community.
The 2018 Bayview Business Extravaganza will highlight the success of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development programs and bring together diverse entrepreneurs and residents from the Bayview Community. Bayview Business Extravaganza will be held in and outside of the Bayview Opera House from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please see the program timeline below and use this link to RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bayview-business-extravaganza-tickets-49757388689
Clark on Third Market Place (outside of BVOH) from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm and will feature kids activities, free food/drinks and Bayview craft vendors for community residents and business owners, government officials and agency representatives and other supporters.
Bayview Business Awards Ceremony (inside of BVOH) from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm and be presenting the following awards to non-profit and business owners:
- Ed Lee’s Big Impact Award
- Bayview LegacyBusiness Award
- Made in Bayview Award
- Community Service Award
- New Startup Award
Food & Drinks (beer &wine) will also be available during the Ceremony
Bayview Project Manager /Invest In Neighborhoods
Office of Economic and Workforce Development
P: 415-554-5664 C: 415-994-3052
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place. Rm# 448
San Francisco, CA 94102
President Malia Cohen’s
SEPTEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER
Keeping San Francisco’s District 10 affordable, working, healthy, and safe!
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CalMod: Caltrain Electrification Project Overview
Electrification is a key component of the Caltrain Modernization (CalMod) Program and will electrify the corridor from San Francisco’s 4th and King Caltrain Station to the Tamien Caltrain Station. Electrification improvements include converting diesel-hauled trains to Electric Multiple Unit (EMU), increase service to six trains per peak hour per direction, and maintain operating speed up to 79 mph.
The purposes of CalMod is to improve system performance and curtail long-term environmental impacts by reducing noise, improving regional air quality, and lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Electrification improvements will better address commuters’ vision of increased service and improved travel times in an environmentally friendly and reliable way. These service improvements are also expected to help accommodate increased system ridership through improved system operations.
Caltrain Electrification construction activities are underway! Read the latest updates at calmod.org.
BMR Homeownership for District 10 Artists
The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development currently has a Below Market Rate homeownership opportunity available specifically to an artist.
The unit has been posted on our website since Aug. 27, 2018 for an application period of 21 days. If by the end of the application deadline no artist applied, the unit will become available on a first-come, first-served basis until we find a qualified artist buyer.
Detailed information about the unit and buyer’s requirements can be found at sfmohcd.org.
One City One Book: The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui
San Francisco Public Library is excited to announce that the 14th Annual One City One Book selection is The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui.
In what Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Viet Thanh Nguyen calls “a book to break your heart and heal it,” The Best We Could Do explores the anguish of immigration and the lasting effects that displacement has on a child. Thi Bui documents her family’s daring escape after the fall of South Vietnam in the 1970s and the difficulties they faced building new lives for themselves in America. The Best We Could Do is a haunting memoir about the search for a better future and a longing for a simpler past. As the child of a country and a war she can’t remember, Bui’s dreamlike artwork brings to life her journey to understanding her own identity in a way that only comics can.
Since the publication of the hardcover in March 2017, The Best We Could Do has made a place for itself in the graphic novel canon and has received 5 starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Library Journal, School Library Journal, and Shelf Awareness. It was also nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award in the autobiography category and made it onto over thirty “Best of 2017” lists everywhere from the Washington Post to Entertainment Weekly. Thi Bui is a rising star in the comics and literary world, and her debut work is not to be missed.
Copies of The Best We Could Do are featured in all San Francisco libraries and at bookstores around the city.
Beginning October 2018, join book discussions, view themed exhibits, attend author talks and participate in many other One City One Book events. Check out the One City One Book website at sfpl.org.
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month
This September, the library is encouraging everyone to check out your neighborhood branch and see what you’ve been missing. Sign-up for a new library card or renew your existing card for a chance to win a pair of JetBlue tickets. More details at www.sfpl.org/library-card-sign-up.
With a free library card, you can download books and magazines; stream music and movies; borrow new vinyl records, best sellers, portable internet devices (MiFi), DVDs; attend free computer classes, sign up for a online high school diploma program, immigration legal aide, and much more. The sky’s the limit with a San Francisco library card!
National Library Card Sign-Up Month is sponsored by the American Library Association. The campaign started in 1987 as a response to then Secretary of Education William Bennett, who stated, “Let’s have a campaign … Every child should obtain a library card and use it.” ALA’s theme this year is “The Incredibles” and we think the San Francisco Public Library is pretty incredible as the winner of the 2018 Library of the Year award.
There are ten San Francisco library card designs to choose from including Warriors’ cards! Anyone who lives in California and presents a valid photo ID at any of our 27 library locations or at our four bookmobiles is eligible for a new library card.
Volunteers Needed for District 10 Cleanup Day
Saturday, September 15th, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Warm Water Cove (300 – 24th St)
Community Clean Team is San Francisco Public Works’ longest-running and largest volunteer program that keeps San Francisco beautiful through landscaping and gardening projects, graffiti removal and litter cleanup in our neighborhoods.
Register to volunteer at: sfpublicworks.org.
Family Movie Nights in the Park: Wonder
Sunday, September 16th, 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Palou Phelps Mini Playground (Palou Ave At Phelps St)
The San Francisco
Recs and Park, in collaboration with BMAGIC & Parks 94124 leading the BVHP Park Collaborative, will host a community movie night for District 10 neighborhoods.
Vision Zero Action Strategy Coffee Chat / Tea Talk – District 9
Thursday, September 20th, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Portola Family Connections (2565 San Bruno Ave)
The Vision Zero team wants to hear from you! Vision Zero is the city’s commitment to creating safe, more livable streets with the goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities and reducing severe injuries. Join us for a Coffee Chat / Tea Talk and share your ideas and priorities for safer streets in District 10!
3rd Annual Butchertown Jazz Festival
Sunday, October 14th, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
et (between Van Dyke and Underwood)
Once a year, the Merchants of Butchertown and EDOT, throw a street party on Lane, celebrating connections through food and music. Come enjoy flavors of the Bayview Hunters Point district, accompanied by sounds of the Bay Area.
We have three great groups this year, plus violinist Kippy Marks who will perform between sets. Our stage will be MC’d by local radio legend Greg Bridges of KCSM + KPFA. And the best part? It is FREE and family friendly. Join us!
Visit butchertownjazzfest.org for more details.
SF Public Works’ Love Our City Cleanup
Saturday, September 8th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Join your neighbors on Saturday September 8, as we get swept up with civic pride and all do our part to keep our city clean. The ask is simple: LOVE OUR CITY! Grab a broom and dustpan, sweep the sidewalk in front of your home or business and pick up litter in your neighborhood. Together, we can make a meaningful, positive impact.
Join us at the kickoff at Mendell Plaza on Saturday, September 8 at 9:00 am. Other kickoff sites include St. Paul of the Shipwreck, Woods Yard Park (22nd and Indiana), and Leland Greenway at Peabody.
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and it takes teamwork to keep it looking good. On September 8, we’ll make a community-wide push to improve our neighborhoods – with a goal of keeping the momentum going. Every day.
If you don’t have the tools you need to get the job done, Public Works does! You can get supplies during a LOVE OUR CITY event at a neighborhood kickoff location near you. Let us know you’re part of the team by registering on sfgiantsweep.org or call (415) 641-2600.
San Francisco Fleet Week
Monday, October 1st – Monday, October 8th
Save the date for San Francisco’s Fleet Week celebration, a Bay Area naval tradition honoring those who serve in our armed forces and facilitating disaster preparedness. Standard entry to the festival is free, but premium box seats, VIP flight deck club access, and private chalets are available for purchase at fleetweeksf.org/tickets.
Join Us for the 2nd Resilient Bayview Neighborfest!
Saturday, October 6th, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Bayview YMCA (Quesada Ave at Lane St)
The Office of Supervisor Malia Cohen and the members of Resilient Bayview invite you, your family and friends to a fun filled day of live music, free food, youth activities, safety trainings and a health fir. The event will feature:
- Live Music (Gospel / Steel Drum / Navy Brass Band – Courtesy of FleetWeek)
- Free Lunch
- Big Shaker Earthquake Simulator – Courtesy of Earthquake Country Alliance
- Free CPR Training – Courtesy of CYC
- Health Fair
- And much more….
To learn more, please visit the Resilient Bayview Neighborfest website at empowersf.org. Looking forward to seeing you!
SFMTA Offers Two Permits for Powered Scooter Pilot
After a thorough review of 12 applications and more than 800 pages of proposals received, the SFMTA will grant permits on October 15th to Scoot and Skip for participation in a one-year, powered scooter share pilot program.
The SFMTA’s decision is based on the strength of the proposals submitted by the two companies, combined with their experience of owning, operating and maintaining a shared mobility service in the public right-of-way. The agency looked for applications that prioritized the city’s concerns around safety, disabled access, equity and accountability.
The SFMTA has made public a variety of information and materials at www.sfmta.com/sharedscooters. If you have any questions regarding the program, contact Miriam Sorell, email@example.com, or Ben Jose, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healthcare Open Enrollment Begins October 15th
Open enrollment for healthcare coverage in 2019 is right around the corner, and understanding the different – and often times confusing – options is important for you and your loved ones.
Below is an overview of the healthcare plans available to San Franciscans for coverage in 2019. Please note the enrollment dates and plan accordingly. If you need assistance, contact HealthCare.gov at 1-800-318-2596 or Health for California at 1-877-752-4737. Please note that the information attached below is subject to change without notification
Homelessness Outreach and Prevention Resources
Homelessness-related matters are one of the most reported cases to SF 311. To better assist concerned residents, the department put together a guide to properly reporting cases.
Below are links to the appropriate resources for common reports:
- Family or Single Parent with Child/Children
- Aggressive or Threatening Behavior
- Aggressive Pan Handling
- Appears Intoxicated/under the Influence of Drugs
- Concern for a Homeless Pet
- Cursing, Yelling and other Loud Noises
- Debris and Abandoned Shopping Carts
- Human/Animal and Hazardous Waste
- Person Laying on Sidewalk
- State of Homelessness in the City
- Trespassing and Blocking Entrances
- Well-Being Check
If the person(s) is exhibiting behavior that is endangering themselves or the public, it is advised to make contact with the individual and call 9-1-1. If you are unsure whether medical care is necessary, dial 9-1-1. Please use your best judgement.
(Click on above date to view full PDF Calendar)
Be sure to check out BMAGIC’s *updated Self Care Activities* page on our website,
it is a resource with the latest activities provided in Bayview
and surrounding communities for free and/or affordable cost.
Providing outlets and practices to manage stress, workplace burnout and overall self-care.
This page will be updated periodically, please click HERE to view upcoming activities.
WHO: Comm(unity) & Rino Consulting Solutions
WHAT: “Be the Healing” Workshop Series
WHERE: Community Well, 78 Ocean Ave., SF 94124
WHEN: September 21 & 28 2pm-4pm & September 29 10am-4pm
CONTACT: bethehealingsf.eventbrite.com For more info, contact Kisai email@example.com
NOTES: A workshop series focusing on Self Awareness & Trauma Recovery with a Vicarious Trauma Healing Hike and Joyous Closing Celebration @ Hummingbird Farm. For social service providers, educators and those who bring hope & healing to their communities.
WHO: United College Action Network, Inc., SFUSD & SF Alliance of Black School Educators
WHAT: 7th Annual Historically Black Colleges & Universities Recruitment Fair
WHERE: Mission High School, 3750 18th Street, SF
WHEN: Monday, September 10th 4pm-7pm
NOTES: Seniors – Bring copies of your current transcript & (if available) SAT/ACT Test scores. Juniors & others bring a copy of transcript. Learn what HBCUs have to offer. Speak with recruiters from 30-40 different HBCUs representing hundreds of majors and professional degrees. Receive application fee waivers. “On the Spot” admissions from selected colleges, if qualified. Scholarships awarded, if qualified. This event is open to all San Francisco area high school Juniors and Seniors.
WHO: San Francisco Department of Public Works
WHAT: Love Our City: City-Wide Clean Up
WHERE: District 10 – Mendell Plaza at 3rd Street and Oakdale Avenue – Supervisor Cohen will be welcoming neighbors here at 9 am. Woods Yard Park at 22nd and Indiana Streets. Leland Greenway at Leland and Peabody Streets. St. Paul of the Shipwreck Church at Jamestown Street near Jennings Street
WHEN: Saturday, September 8 9am-noon
CONTACT: Let us know you’re part of the team by registering on the sfgiantsweep.org website or by calling 415-641-2600.
NOTES: San Francisco needs you! Join your neighbors on Saturday September 8, 9 am – noon, as we get swept up with civic pride and all do our part to keep our city clean. The ask is simple: LOVE OUR CITY! Grab a broom and dustpan, sweep the sidewalk in front of your home or business and pick up litter in your neighborhood. Together, we can make a meaningful, positive impact. San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and it takes teamwork to keep it looking good. On September 8, we’ll make a community-wide push to improve our neighborhoods – with a goal of keeping the momentum going. Every day. LOVE OUR CITY! Join the team. Keep SF clean.
*** Join us at these BMAGIC Partnership Events! ***
* Resilient Bayview Neighborfest *
Saturday, October 6th 10am-3pm
Quesada Ave. behind Bayview YMCA
* Picture Bayview *
Thursday-Sunday, October 11-14 & 18-21 @ 8pm
Bayview Opera House, 4705 3rd Street
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You, Your Family and Friends are Invited to Enjoy a
Day Full of Fun, Games and Amazing Music!
Saturday, October 6th from 10am – 3pm
Resilient Bayview and the Bayview Y are pleased to announce the Resilient Bayview Neighborfest will be returning for a second year in a row thanks to a grant from the San Francisco Dept. of Public Health.
Building on the success of last year, the event will feature:
- Entertainment Stage: Maestro Curtis & Nola C feat. The C Notes; Caribbean Steel Drums Band; 32nd Street Navy Brass Band; Niecey & Mix Blend; & DJ Jackie Jennings
- Free lunch
- Resource Fair and Demonstrations (Hands-only CPR; Stop the Bleed; and more)
- Livable Streets Kids Games (Corn hole; life-size checkers; and more)
- Jumpy House
- Big Shaker earthquake simulator
So mark your calendar and be sure to come out early with your friends and family to enjoy free music, food, and entertainment. Bring your hat, sunscreen and umbrella in case it gets hot! Also, bring your own cup, since we’ll have water refill stations.
We look forward to seeing you on October 6th on Quesada Ave!
For more information about this year’s Resilient Bayview Neighborfest – please visit our website… Resilient Bayview.
The Following Organizations Have Confirmed Their Participation:
- Department of Building Inspection
- American Red Cross
- UCSF Memory & Aging Center
- San Francisco Public Library – Bayview Branch
- San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
- Greenaction for Health & Environmental Justice
- San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
- Children’s Environmental Health Promotion Program
- Port of San Francisco
- Walk SF
- San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
- WISE Health
- San Francisco International Airport
- Bayview Senior Services
- San Francisco Department of Emergency Management
- Department of Public Health
- Department of Aging and Adult Services
- SF Planning Department
- Community Youth Center (CYC)
- California Earthquake Authority
Applying to participate in the Neighborfest Resource Fair:
If your organization would like to engage Bayview residents by tabling at Resilient Bayview Neighborfest! Your organization can sign up to do demos, share information or just promote your organization by completing this application. Space is limited, so apply today.
For more information about the Resilient Bayview Neighborfest, contact Russell.Allen@sfgov.org.
Dear Potential Applicant,
The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (“OEWD”) is proud to issue Request for Proposals (“RFP”) 209 today, September 4, 2018. The funding in this RFP touches nearly every aspect of San Francisco’s diverse economy, with a focus on advancing equity and shared prosperity for all residents.
OEWD is issuing this Request for Proposals for grants to strengthen neighborhood commercial districts by expanding and sustaining services that ensure the vitality of San Francisco’s commercial areas, Community Benefit Districts, cultural districts and public spaces; to increase support for community engagement across neighborhoods; to expand services under three existing Workforce Development service areas and two sector workforce program pilots, and to further our support of vulnerable communities increasing access to healthy food for seniors and underserved neighborhoods. In total, OEWD has allocated resources to make grants in 22 different program areas, detailed in Section II of the RFP.
The full text version of the RFP including a detailed timeline and application instructions are posted to the OEWD website and available for download at:
To meet equity objectives, increase transparency and accessibility, OEWD will be holding a bidders conference. While attendance is not a prerequisite to apply, interested applicants are encouraged to attend. The Bidders Conference will be an opportunity to determine the eligibility of proposed projects as well as to receive technical assistance on completing the required elements of the proposal packet. Additionally, staff will be on-hand to assist with questions related to navigating the City Supplier (vendor) process. The Bidders Conference will take place:
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Time: 12:00 NOON – 1:30 PM
Location: 25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 70
San Francisco, CA 94102
Questions related to this RFP will be accepted through Friday, September 14 at 5:00 PM. To submit a question, email email@example.com and include “RFP 209” in the subject line.
Complete application packets must be submitted no later than 5:00 P.M. on Friday, September 28, 2018. No Exceptions.
Please check the above website frequently for additional information concerning this funding opportunity.
Office of Economic & Workforce Development
If you would like to request any documents related to this RFP in an alternative format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Office of Economic and Workforce Development at 1 South Van Ness Avenue, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103 between 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday.
Office of Economic & Workforce Development
Help us spread the word! SFDPH is seeking input from populations most impacted by sugary drinks in order to develop funding priorities. SFDPH started by convening focus groups to learn from the community what their needs, capacity and desires related to healthy eating and active living. As our next course of action, SFDPH is hosting 5 town halls in September to:
- Share back/reflect on the input from those community focus groups; and
- gather more input to inform funding priorities for the sugary drinks tax.
The first town hall will be held in the Bayview Hunters Point – Tuesday, September 11, 2018. 6pm – 8pm; Southeast Facilities Commission, 1800 Oakdale Ave. Please Register here for the Bayview Hunters Point Town Hall.
Please visit www.shapeupsfcoalition.org/input for more details (including SurveyMonkey option if you can’t come) and help spread the word! Food and drinks will be provided and interpretation services and childcare are available upon request. Flyers will be available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
Here is a complete listing of all the Town Halls:
- Bayview Hunters Point – Tuesday, September 11, 2018. 6pm – 8pm; Southeast Facilities Commission, 1800 Oakdale Ave
- Mission – TBD
- OMI – Monday, September 17, 2018. 6pm – 8pm; Minnie & Lovie Ward Rec Center, 650 Capitol Ave.
- Tenderloin – Wednesday, September 19, 2018; 5:30-7:30 pm; SF Main Library – Latino Room, 100 Larkin St
- Western Addition – Thursday, September 20, 2018; 6pm – 8pm; Hamilton Recreation Center, Multipurpose room 1, 1900 Geary Blvd
Movie Nights: Films That Raise Awareness About Sexual Assault and Prevention
Wednesday, August 22nd, 6 pm
Fourth Wednesday of every month
3543 18th St., San Francisco
Join us for 3 films that raise awareness about Sexual Assault.
The Women’s Building’s free film series focused on sexual assault and prevention will happen every 4th Wednesday of each month beginning this August 22nd. This month’s film is “The Hunting Ground” and will screen in our Audre Lorde room at 6 pm. The August guest speaker/facilitator is Denise Caramagno, UC Campus Advocate.
Admission is free and popcorn & drinks will be provided. Plus, there is a facilitated discussion after each film and lots of information on resources available for women, and details on how YOU can join the Women’s Building’s fight to end it.
Free Health Checkups for District 10 Residents
Saturday, August 25th, 10 am – 4 pm
4936 Third St, San Francisco, CA 94188
The San Francisco Black Firefighters Association is providing free health checkups to District 10 community residents on August 25th.
They will also provide information on nutrition and mental health.
Office of Malia Cohen, President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors | 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, CA 94102
Summer 2018 News
Here’s a recap of some exciting summer highlights for SFHDC
SFHDC acquires loans for Hayes Valley North/South
SFHDC, along with partner McCormack Baron Salazar, has received approval for approximately $6.1 million in pre-development loans for the preservation of 194 public housing units at the Hayes Valley North and South developments.
Project renovations will involve improving essential functions of the buildings including structural upgrades, windows, energy efficiency upgrades, exterior painting and apartment fixture upgrades. Additionally, energy efficiency improvements will be performed.
Noreen Beiro joins SFHDC Board
Ms. Beiro, who has extensive real estate asset management and lending and portfolio management experience, has begun serving as the newest member of SFHDC’s Board of Directors. Since 2010, she has served as the director of asset management at Enterprise Community Investment – a leading provider of low-income housing tax credit equity – identifying and resolving problems related to construction and equity agreements, and providing regular analysis of financial performance and site visits. She previously was interim president and chief operating officer/executive vice president of Citizens Housing Corporation, a nonprofit affordable housing developer.
“I am impressed with SFHDC’s mission and commitment to San Francisco’s underserved neighborhoods, including the Western Addition, where I’ve lived for over 20 years,” Beiro said. “I am hopeful that my professional experience in affordable housing finance and development, as well as my prior board experience at other nonprofit housing organizations, will allow me to be a strong contributor on the SFHDC Board.”
Backpacks donated for youths at Oakdale community center
More than 100 Bayview area youths will be ready for Back to School thanks to a backpack donation event presented by SFHDC on Aug. 16 at the Oakdale Community Center, which also featured a STEM Hub hosted by Dev/Mission, games, food and arts and crafts.
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