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The San Francisco Unified School District holds Board of Education meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Regular and committee meetings are open to the public. Children can attend the board meetings if accompanied by an adult.
The meetings take place at the Irving G. Breyer Board Meeting Room (555 Franklin Street, 1st Floor).
The SFUSD website provides a schedule of upcoming meeting times.
There are 10 holidays during the 2012-2013 SFUSD calendar year:
You can order a green cart for curbside collection at the Recology website. Recology
can also provide a free 2-gallon kitchen pail. In order to start the compost collection
service, you should call your service provider.
Residential customers can order a larger bin at no additional cost. Commercial customers will be charged a fee for compost, recycle, and trash carts, though discounts are available.
For the largest LGBT gathering in the nation, you can expect a lot of traffic and closed streets. The SF Pride website provides a transit guide with directions and suggestions about how to get to the parade.
Muni routes will also be affected by the celebration. Check your route here before heading out.
The San Francisco Pride Parade usually goes along Market Street, starting at Market and Beale and ending at Market and 8th Street in downtown San Francisco, 9 blocks down. Click here for a map view of the parade route.
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San Francisco’s annual Pride Parade usually takes place on the Sunday during the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride Celebration, the largest LGBT gathering in America. The 2-day celebration occurs during the last full weekend of June, culminating in the Pride Parade down Market Street on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. (ending around 1-2 p.m.). The parade features many contingents, including PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) and Dykes on Bikes.
What is the Downpayment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) offered by the SF Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH)?
The Downpayment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) offered by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) is a loan program available to first-time homebuyers in San Francisco with low to moderate income. Low to moderate income is defined as not exceeding 120% of the area median income for San Francisco - in the case of a family of four, $121,900.