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Join Assemblymember Phil Ting's Reset San Francisco!

Neighborhood

The very best part of San Francisco – our neighborhoods – all too often receive the least attention from City Hall.

It’s time neighborhood concerns had the focused attention they deserve. We have the power to fix our problems, but it can only happen by working together, by listening to each other and by realizing that the city’s problems are interconnected, not isolated.

That’s why I’d like you to join the conversation – right here, right now. Be a neighborhood leader and help us Reset San Francisco.

Do you think that City Hall is addressing the concerns that matter most to you? It’s time to bring our issues, our priorities to the forefront of city government. We’ll never fix our city by blaming each other, but we can succeed by combining our efforts and our ideas.

Community Camera: Announcing Reset SF’s Weekly Photo Contest
3 days ago

Community Camera: Announcing Reset SF’s Weekly Photo Contest

By  •  Neighborhood, SF Favorites

Today, we are excited to announce that Reset San Francisco will be launching a new weekly photo contest that we like to call “Community Camera.”

What is Community Camera?

Each week, …
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SFMTA Collecting Feedback
1 month ago

SFMTA Collecting Feedback

By  •  Neighborhood, Transportation

In an effort to foster a more comprehensive engagement with it’s services, SFMTA is updating it’s Public Participation Plan, and looking for input from the community.

Effective from Friday, July 1, …
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New Service to Track Construction in San Francisco
1 month ago

New Service to Track Construction in San Francisco

By  •  Neighborhood, News, Public Safety

As one of the oldest cities on America’s west coast, San Francisco is constantly renovating and building to replace its aging infrastructure and to accommodate for a growing population. Construction …
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Market Match Program Expanded
2 months ago

Market Match Program Expanded

By  •  Better Government, Food, Healthy Living

It’s about thyme.

When California governor Jerry Brown signed a $167 billion state budget on June 27, it included $5 million for the California Nutrition Incentives Act, which sets up a …
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San Francisco is Super Bowl City for SB50
7 months ago

San Francisco is Super Bowl City for SB50

By  •  Events, Neighborhood, Transportation

Super Bowl 50 is set for next Sunday, February 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, but San Francisco will be hosting nine days of activities and events leading up …
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The Grand Reopening of the SFMOMA
8 months ago

The Grand Reopening of the SFMOMA

By  •  Arts & Culture, Neighborhood

After three years of renovations, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is set to reopen on May 14, 2016.

The expanded and redesigned museum will be three times it …
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