From the City’s DAAS (Dept of Aging and Adult Services): There will be a city-wide series of upcoming forums, so that the city can hear from the community about the needs of Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities.

With the passage of the Prop I – The Dignity Fund, DAAS is implementing a comprehensive needs assessment plan which includes these forums. Forums are being held in all supervisoral districts. The District 7 Forum will be held November 1, 2017 at West Portal Clubhouse, 131 Lenox Way. 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Interpretation available: Cantonese, Russian. However, anyone can attend any of the district forums listed.


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There is a new Precinct Captain at Ingleside Police Station.

Read more on Glen Park Association’s blog:


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From SF Examiner:


Fifth-grade students take cover during an earthquake drill at St. Finn Barr Catholic School, a private school in the Sunnyside neighborhood. (Mike Koozmin/2014 S.F. Examiner)

By Examiner Staff on October 17, 2017 10:32 am

Mayor Ed Lee on Tuesday, the 28th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake, urged San Francisco residents to always be ready for disaster like a major earthquake to strike.
The quake, which struck Oct. 17, 1989, killed 63 people in Oakland, San Francisco and Santa Cruz, damaged 12,000 homes and 2,600 businesses, and caused an estimated $6 billion in damage.

“As we mark the 28th year anniversary of the devastating Loma Prieta earthquake today and reflect on the continuing tragedies of the North Bay fires, now, more than ever, we must work together to ensure that our communities are prepared for the occurrence of a major event,” the mayor said in a statement.

“Since the 1989 earthquake, San Francisco has engaged in an expansive undertaking to retrofit and rehabilitate our critical infrastructure. We have strengthened our buildings, homes, bridges and emergency response centers to make them more resilient, secure and durable.

“Still, we must always be prepared for the worst, which is why we are urging our residents to have an emergency plan in place and disaster supply kits in their homes. For more information on how to prepare for the next major event, individuals can visit, San Francisco’s one-stop resource guide for disaster preparedness.
“In recent months, we have seen how tragedy can strike at any moment and render unthinkable consequences, affecting cities and towns across the world. We must be ready here in San Francisco.”   Continue Reading »


Sunnyside Neighborhood Association’s Annual Halloween Carnival. Saturday Oct 28, 2017, 11 am – 2 pm. Fun for all ages: food, games, and lots of prizes. St Finn Barr Auditorium, 415 Edna Street, San Francisco CA.

Notice from Dept of Public Works about upcoming work in Sunnyside:



Contract No. 2776J

R & S Construction Management, Inc. is under contract with San Francisco Public Works to install new curb ramps at the following intersections:

  • Circular Avenue/Detroit Street
  • Judson Avenue/Paulding Street.
  • Edna Street and Judson Avenue
  • Edna Street at Flood Avenue
  • Palmetto Avenue and Victoria Street
  • Chester Avenue and Palmetto Avenue
  • Crestlake Drive and Vale Avenue
  • Circular Avenue and Staples Avenue

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The next Ingleside Community meeting will be held in the Ingleside Police Station Community room on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 7p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend.


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Seen today: Monterey Boulevard getting some attention. Ingleside Police Station doing traffic safety enforcement, and Dept of Public Works out on the median at work on weeding.


Monterey Blvd near Congo St, Ingleside Police Station officer ticketing a driver.


DPW workers weeding the Monterey Blvd median, despite the poor quality air today.