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January 15, 2020
District 1 Community Announcements - January 2020
Happy New Year from the D1 office! Last week I joined the SFMTA, San Francisco Beautiful, the Poetry Society of America, and a group of incredible artists to kick off Muni Art 2020 , which places works from local artists in 100 Muni buses throughout the city. 
One Richmond Opportunity!
Sign up to volunteer for the Richmond Outreach Walk here: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfmv-HFaExwcmgF3-Yv_nquH5kWlAXvoitdyhFzLi26GPyK5g/viewform
Community Meeting on Outside Lands
Thank you for working with us to engage the community to debrief + forward-plan for Outside Lands! 

Please kindly update your calendar for the community meeting: 
Thursday, January 30, 2020
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Golden Gate Park Senior Center
6101 Fulton 

Representatives from Another Planet Entertainment, Recreation and Parks, SFMTA, SFPD, and the D1 & D4 Offices will be in attendance.

We are requesting each agency to identify areas of improvement from the 2019 event, and will be inviting feedback and suggestions from the community to inform the planning for the 2020 event. 

 
Smart City Cycling 1: Classroom
Taught by the SF Bicycle Coalition 
January 21, 6:30 - 8:30 pm Richmond Branch Library, 351 9th Avenue 

Looking to get comfortable riding in San Francisco? Join us for a FREE class covering all you need to know for biking in SF and the Bay Area. This is the perfect class for anyone already riding to hone their skills, or people interested in riding but intimidated by urban traffic. Topics covered include: Choosing a bike and prepping for your ride, rules of the road, biking in city traffic, avoiding collisions, and more! No bicycle is necessary for this class. For more information, visit sfbike.org/edu or contact Eliana Marcus-Tyler (eliana@sfbike.org 415-431-2453x301).

 
Richmond Playground Update and Community Meeting

The renovation of the children’s play area at Richmond Playground is part of the Let’sPlaySF! Initiative, a partnership between the Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Parks Alliance that seeks to inspire creativity and play throughout the City. In the coming years, 13 playgrounds prioritized for improvement by a citizen task force will be re-imagined and redesigned for this and future generations of San Francisco’s children.

The proposed project includes upgrades and accessibility improvements to the public restrooms, accessibility improvements at park entrances, placemaking improvements with new planting, paving, seating and other furnishings, and a complete renovation of the children’s play area with new surfacing and equipment for both the toddler and school aged children’s play areas at Richmond Playground.

Rossi Pool Project Update
Rossi Pool is moving forward as scheduled with recent work including demolition of old infrastructure and equipment. The contractor will begin structural improvement work soon. For more information, click here
 
Free Basic Tablet & Smartphone Class for Cantonese Speakers
MUNI Maintenance
City Job Fairs
NEN Awards

Supervsior Fewer is proud to announce the return of the NEN Awards to City Hall's rotunda in Winter 2020. The Awards celebrate the amazing work of community leaders and organizations in San Francisco's neighborhoods.

This year, the NEN Awards will posthumously honor Richmond District resident Peter C. McElmury for his commitment to radio communications, and his infinite ability to coach, train, and empower volunteers. 

Come and help us honor residents of our District. RSVP for free at NENAwards.org  #NENAwards

 

 
 
 
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