Voice Your Feedback on CleanPowerSF’s Roadmap to 100% Renewable Energy

https://www.cleanpowersf.org

Dear community partner,As you may know, San Francisco has a goal of achieving 100% renewable energy as part of the City’s Climate Action Plan. As your local clean electricity provider, CleanPowerSF is helping to deliver on this goal.CleanPowerSF is currently in the process of updating its roadmap for achieving 100% renewable electricity by 2025. Thank you to the members of the public and the community who have provided feedback over the past few months about the priorities, issues, and concerns important to you.CleanPowerSF has preliminary results to share with the community. These results provide options for how the program can source clean power for the community while keeping rates affordable and helping the City achieve its ambitious goals.Review the preliminary results here

We are inviting community members and customers to provide written comment on these results through Friday, October 14th. We also will be hosting virtual listening sessions for you to bring questions, concerns, and feedback directly to CleanPowerSF staff.

Register today to join us at an upcoming listening session:  Thursday, September 29, 2022 @ 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., RSVPWednesday, October 5, 2022 @ 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., RSVPIf you are unable to attend a session, you can still share your feedback by providing written comment here.For more information about CleanPowerSF’s Roadmap to 100% renewable electricity, visit cleanpowersf.org/resourceplan.Please feel free to forward this message to your members and networks. Questions? Contact us.About the SFPUC and CleanPowerSF
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is San Francisco’s clean electricity provider. A program of the SFPUC, CleanPowerSF is a local solution to the climate crisis, offering renewable, affordable and accessible energy to San Francisco residents and businesses. Find out more at cleanpowersf.org.

SF SAFE SEPTEMBER Newsletter

MONTH 2022
Your Monthly News & Updates
SFPD Hosts Third Citywide Public Safety Meeting of 2022
Recently, SFPD Chief William Scott,  Assistant Chief David Lazar, department leadership and SF SAFE met with over 100 community members for the third Virtual Citywide Public Safety Meeting of 2022. Read More 
Back to School Safety Starts with Smart Transport
As parents and students readjust to the hustle and bustle of a new school year, it’s important to remember to put safety first. Whether you’re walking, driving, biking or busing your littles to school (or the bus stop), here are some key transportation safety tips courtesy of the National Safety Council to help you get started on the right foot.Read More 
SFPD September Virtual & In-Person Community Meetings
One way to create a safer SF is by joining SF SAFE and the SFPD for a monthly community meeting. By taking part, you’ll not only stay updated on the latest safety news from your local captain and officers, but also have a chance to discuss issues that matter to you. Read More 
National Preparedness Month: Creating or Updating Your Emergency Plan 
September is National Preparedness Month! It’s a time to review your family’s emergency plan should a disaster strike, or if you don’t have one in place, to create one. This year’s theme is “A Lasting Legacy,” according to Ready.gov. Read More 
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BART offering 50% off all published fares in September

BART 50th anniversary logo

In celebration of BART’s upcoming 50th anniversary on September 11, BART is offering a 50% discount for the entire month of September 2022.

The reduced fare will be automatically deducted when using Clipper at the fare gates. Our online Trip Planner and Fare Calculator have been updated to show discounted fares during the month of September. While BART will share discounted fares with other apps and websites, we can’t guarantee that non-BART sources will display them.

Printed fare charts at vending machines in each station will not be changed for the month of September but a large decal will be posted noting there is 50% off the published fares.

Get Clipper

The discount is only available when using Clipper. Clipper is currently offering free Clipper cards when you add a new card in Apple Wallet or Google Pay. The card is also free if you order it online and set up automatic reloading. There is a one-time $3 fee to purchase a new Clipper card from a BART station vending machine.

Clipper Discount Cards

BART’s 50% off in September promotion is stackable with other Clipper discounts available for youth, seniors, riders with disabilities, and low-income adult riders, including Regional Transportation Connection, Clipper Start, and Gator Pass riders.  Proof of eligibility is required for discount Clipper cards; therefore, they are not available at station vending machines.

Youth, senior, and START cards are all free and BART does not charge for RTC cards when obtained at our customer services window at Lake Merritt Station.

BART’s Trip Planner and Fare Calculator will include the special promotional price of these discounted cards for trips in September.

50th Anniversary Events

Starting in September, BART is hosting a series of free, family-friendly events to celebrate our golden anniversary and thank patrons for riding with us.

From September 3 through 9 at Powell St. Station, riders can play a series of free vintage arcade games set up on the concourse level. The games include Pac-Man, Galaga, Asteroids, and Space Invaders. They are available for play between 9 am and 5 pm.

On September 10, from 11 am to 4 pm, BART will host a 50th Birthday Party and Family Fun Festival at Lake Merritt Station Plaza. The festival will feature food trucks, live music, games, photo booths, and more. Special guests will join BART to deliver remarks and open a time capsule buried in 1992. If you have suggestions for objects to place in the new time capsule submit them on Twitter here.

Also through September, and into October, BART will host three Sound Tracks events – free live concerts at our stations. The first concert will be held at Downtown Berkeley Station from 5 pm to 630 pm on September 21. On September 28, the music travels to El Cerrito del Norte Station from 5 pm to 6:30 pm. And on October 7, Sound Tracks will be held at Glen Park Station in partnership with Litquake, which will host a reading featuring some of the finalists of BART Lines, BART’s first short story contest.

For special 50th anniversary merchandise, visit railgoods.com. Learn more about BART history in a series of historical lookbacks at bart.gov/50years.

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