District 7

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District 7

Overview

San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee has worked on behalf of San Franciscans for the past 35 years. He was elected in November to represent District 7 and was sworn in on January 8th to continue building stronger communities and improving the City’s quality of life. Norman is a third-generation native San Franciscan and has lived in Westwood Park for over 25 years, where he and his wife Cathy raised their two daughters.
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Internship and Volunteer

District 7 Supervisor Norman Yee's internship program provides a unique opportunity to engage in the daily government operations of the City and County of San Francisco. Recently re-elected for a second term to the Board of Supervisors, President Yee represents the southwest areas of San Francisco, including Parkmerced, Parkside, Lakeside, Forest Hill, West Portal, Sunnyside, Westwood Park, St. Francis Wood, Twin Peaks, and parts of the Inner Sunset.

Our office is dedicated to providing interns a hands-on, substantive learning opportunity regarding the local democratic principles and governance processes. Applicants who are well-organized, able to take initiative, follow instructions, and communicate well with others are highly valued in the District 7 office. District 7 residents are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information, please visit the link below to review the internship and volunteer application process.

https://sfbos.org/sites/default/files/Internship_and_Volunteer_Announcement.pdf


Participatory Budgeting Workshop

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Participatory Budgeting 2019-2020

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SF Public Utilities Commission presentation on Flooding: Long and Short Term Strategies

April 12, 2017 hearing heard at Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee
 

File 170116: Hearing on the short and long term strategies to reduce the effects of flooding during heavy storms which severely impact certain neighborhoods in the City, particularly in the upper Great Highway area and Districts 7,8, 9, and 11; and requesting the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and Public Works to report.


 
 
COVID-19 UPDATES - MAY 23, 2020
 
Dear Neighbors and Friends, 

Memorial Day weekend is upon us and as we reflect on the sacrifices of our fallen soldiers and the legacies they leave behind, we are not only reminded of the lives lost in war but of our own fallen loved ones.

The nice weather is tempting, but I cannot stress enough the importance to physically distance while outside and to wear face coverings. We can not afford to be lax as we slowly re-open.


Norman 



 
COVID-19 HEALTH ORDER UPDATES
Curbside Pick Up Basics

This week, businesses have begun re-opening with curbside delivery. To help ease the process for both businesses and customers, the City has waived certain fees and requirements. Businesses can apply for a free temporary loading zone from the SFMTA.

SF Public Works has also temporary suspended the permit process for businesses to use certain sidewalk areas for pickup and customer queuing in order to maintain safe social distances. 

More details and specific guidances for business are available here.
 

Summer in SF

This week, the Mayor announced that San Francisco summer camps and youth programs, both public and private, can reopen. If they make modifications to their programs and limit capacity, they may begin their programs for children and youth, ages 5-17, on June 15

Spaces will be prioritized for children of people who work in businesses and organizations that are currently allowed to operate and children and youth who need it the most, including low-income youth and those who are part of the most vulnerable populations. 

All service providers who are interested in re-opening must review the Health Order and the Industry Directives and complete the Citywide Summer Camps and Programs for Children and Youth Registration Form.

More details on requirements and access to the registration form are available here.

SENIOR MEAL DELIVERY PROGRAM

Great Plates Delivery SF 

In partnership with the State of California, San Francisco is providing an additional food relief program for older adults who are at heightened risk due to COVID-19. If you qualify, Great Plates Delivered SF can provide three free restaurant meals a day. The criteria to be eligible for this program include:

  • Aged 60-64 and in high-risk categories (i.e., people who have received a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, have been exposed to COVID-19, or who have underlying health conditions).
  • Unable to obtain or make own meals.
  • Live alone or with one other adult who also meets these criteria.
  • Earn less than $74,940 for a single-person household or $101,460 for a two-person households.
 
To enroll, call (415) 355-6700. This enrollment line is available seven days a week, from 8:00am to 5:00pm and support is provided in multiple languages. Please be patient, the wait time may be long due to high demand.

Seniors who currently receive state or federal food assistance, such as CalFresh or home-delivered meals, should contact the Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) at (415) 355-6700 to determine eligibility. 

This program will run through June 10, 2020. For additional information about Great Plates Delivered SF, please visit the DAS website.

NEW DISTRICT 7 TESTING SITE

In partnership with City College and the State of California, a new COVID-19 testing site has opened at City College's Ocean campus. This site provides easier accesses for District 7 residents.

Tests will be conducted at the Student Health Center by appointment only and are available to any California resident. Results are typically available within 72 hours. For more information and to schedule your appointment, please visit lhi.care/covidtesting or call 1-888-634-1123.

RECOGNIZING OUR HEROES

Laguna Honda Staff Appreciation

This week, I was able to stop by Laguna Honda Hospital to show some gratitude for the incredible staff who have worked tirelessly to keep our most vulnerable residents safe. Thank you for offering so much support, care, and comfort to residents of Laguna Honda Hospital, who have not been able to receive visits from their own family members.

Laguna Honda Hospital is the largest assisted living facility in the country, with nearly 1700 staff. The staff have shown so much courage and resilience under these incredibly challenging circumstances. We know that your dedication to caring for so many of our community’s loved ones has not been without great personal sacrifice, and sacrifices made by your families.

Thank you to the amazing District 7 bakeries that all provided over 1800 baked goods: A-1 Café Bakery, Ambrosia Bakery, Creighton's American Bakery, and Cherry Blossom Bakery. I am so grateful for our small businesses that continually show up in support of our community - even when they themselves are struggling.

Thank you also to Richard Guggenheim for his $5000 donation to Laguna Honda Hospital for the tasty treats of gratitude.

 

Board of Supervisors | District 7 | Norman Yee

1 Dr. Calrton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 554-6516 | Fax: (415) 554-6546

 
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  • Elected November 2012 for term January 2013 to January 2017
  • Elected November 2016 for term January 2017 to January 2021

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1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244
San Francisco, Ca 94102-4689

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(415) 554-6546 - fax
Norman.Yee@sfgov.org