Community Announcements

March Community Announcements

April 14, 2019







Congratulations Joe's Ice Cream for its 60th Anniversary! It was such a delightful reunion of former owners, employees, neighbors, community members, ice-cream enthusiasts and long-time supporters of this SF Legacy Business! See more highlights from the celebration in the SF Richmond Review.





Central Richmond Traffic Safety Open House



The Central Richmond Traffic Safety Project proposes a neighborhood friendly project to improve safety conditions for people walking, biking, or being dropped off at schools in the Central Richmond neighborhood. Designs proposed by the SFMTA are relatively quick to implement and focus on streets with a history of high injury collisions, and where children and seniors are present.


Join me and SFMTA for the central Richmond Traffic Safety Open House which will present final project proposals based on community feedback gathered at the January Town Hall meeting and engineering analysis. Additionally this Open House will provide the community with information on other traffic safety measures in the Central Richmond, including traffic enforcement efforts.


Monday, April 15, 2019 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Richmond Recreation Center (251 - 18th Avenue)













Richmond Community Health Festival



Mark your calendar for the 15th annual Richmond Community Health Festival, co-hosted Assemblymember Phil Ting, Kaiser Permanente, Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS), Compassionate Community Care, Community Youth Center of San Francisco, Self-Help for the Elderly and my office.


Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 10am-2pm

Richmond Recreation Center (251 - 18th Avenue)


The purpose of this free health festival is to provide access to resources that help meet the health needs of our diverse community and connect residents with free health screenings, free hearing tests, free prescription reviews and more. Gather information and resources from dozens of community partners! There will also be emergency preparedness workshops and trainings on home safety, as well as care-provider resources.


For more information, contact my office at: 415.554.7411













Cleaner Energy is Coming to San Francisco



Starting in April, residential electricity customers in San Francisco will be enrolled in CleanPowerSF, a community choice clean energy program operated by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). Currently, the energy you receive from PG&E is about 33% renewable. When you are enrolled as a CleanPowerSF Green customer, your home will be powered with at least 40% renewable energy at rates that are competitive with PG&E’s. You’ll


The SFPUC has been providing San Francisco with 100% greenhouse gas-free hydroelectric energy for the past 100 years from the Hetch Hetchy Power System. This clean power energizes SF street lights, Muni, schools, City Hall, SFO, the zoo and other civic institutions and facilities. CleanPowerSF is run by the same clean energy experts. The SFPUC also delivers your great-tasting Hetch Hetchy Tap Water and operates the San Francisco Combined Sewer System.


CleanPowerSF is building on that tradition of community-based service and intends to reinvest ratepayer funds into the development of new clean energy infrastructure, which will create jobs, localize our energy sources and keep electric rates stable.

For more details about CleanPowerSF, visit 





Golden Gate Park Tennis Center Groundbreaking



Join SF Recreation & Parks for the historic groundbreaking of the Golden Gate Park Tennis Center on Wednesday, April 17 beginning at 11 a.m! The facility is poised to undergo a $27 million renovation, which will make the 125-year-old site one of the best public tennis facilities in the nation! The event will feature brief remarks, followed by a groundbreaking ceremony. For more information, check out the website linked here.







Great Blue Herons Return to Stow Lake



For the 26th year, Great Blue Herons have returned to Stow Lake, and currently occupy six nests. The Great Blues first arrived in 1993 and constructed one nest. Last year, six nests were successful and produced seventeen chicks-the all time record at Stow Lake. To date, 211 chicks have learned to fly at Stow Lake.


Starting April 13th from 10am to 1pm, San Francisco Nature Education will conduct its annual free program for the adults and children—Heron Watch. Volunteers equipped with high powered spotting scopes will show the herons and their dinosaur-like chicks, and explain heron behavior.


The program continues through Saturday, June 15.

Follow signs at Stow Lake Boathouse or download map


Experts will lead nature walks every Saturday from 10:15-12:15 around Strawberry Island. Children always free, adults $10.

For more information:

Telephone: 415-205-0776 or Email:







Bike to Work Day



We’re celebrating Bike to Work Day 2019 with the SF Bicycle Coalition.


Join us on our Neighborhood ride into City Hall and help us make May 9th the best biking day of the year. We’ll be biking to City Hall from the SFPL Richmond Branch (351 9th Ave) starting at 7:45 AM.


Help make our Neighborhood Ride the biggest and sign up to pedal in with us







Park Presidio - Sunset Lion's Club Blood Drive





It takes about 500 blood donations each day to meet the needs of patients in the bay area and to be ready for unexpected events, and each donation can save up to three lives.


Drive Details

  • Drive Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019
  • Location: Bloodmobile in front of Richmond District YMCA
  • Drive Hours: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
  • Scheduling an Appointment
  • Blood Donor Qualification (BDQ) sheet. Donor Qualifications  






Richmond Community Flea Market



















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District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer

(415) 554-7410 *




District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer | 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 280, San Francisco, CA 94102

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