Help the City build a hazards and climate resilience plan by taking this survey:
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More about the plan here: https://onesanfrancisco.org/hazard/overview
Just published, the draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) for the Balboa Reservoir housing project. Public comment may be submitted until September 23. The SF Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the review on September 12 at 1:00 PM (Room 400, City Hall).
Draft SEIR is available here: https://sfplanning.org/environmental-review-documents There are 13 PDFs with all the appendices, but the second item on the list is the main report, 486 pages (46MB).
Hard copies and CDs may be obtained from the San Francisco Planning Dept Information Counter, 1660 Mission Street, First Floor, San Francisco.
Hard copies and CDs may also be obtained by contacting:
Jeanie Poling, Senior Environmental Planner, SF Planning Dept
Public comment may submitted:
Address for mailed comments:
Senior Planner, San Francisco Planning Department
1650 Mission Street, Suite 400
San Francisco CA 94103
Following the public comment period, Planning Department staff will review the comments and prepare a responses to comments document. The draft SEIR and the responses to comments document will be the final SEIR. [Anticipated in Spring 2020.]
To read more about the framework of what the EIR addresses regarding environmental effects, see this document http://sfmea.sfplanning.org/2018-10-10_NOP_Final_clean_signed.pdf
On Sunday April 28 (10 AM – 2:30 PM): “Feel the Thrill Drive Electric” event sponsored by the Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association GGEVA.org. At this free event: free test drives of electric vehicles. Held at City College of San Francisco Ocean Campus.
Confused about what goes in which bin? Try this app to find out: https://www.recology.com/recology-san-francisco/what-bin/
Recology has a three-minute video that gives you the basic knowledge to get your trash into the right bin and helps you create less to start with. See also https://www.recology.com/better-at-the-bin/
From San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), information below about the program called CleanPowerSF. A representative from the program will be present at the SNA Quarterly Meeting on Monday May 6th (7-8:30pm at Sunnyside Conservatory).
Cleaner energy from your City power provider is coming to San Francisco residents this spring! Starting in April, residential electricity customers in San Francisco will be welcomed into CleanPowerSF, the community choice clean energy program operated by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). Customers also have the option of opting up to 100% renewable energy for just a few dollars more per month, or opting out of the program and staying with PG&E. Learn more at www.cleanpowersf.org. Or download this 8-page PDF for complete information about the program.
Launched in October 2016, the Adopt a Drain Program enables San Francisco residents to “adopt” one of the City’s 25,000 storm drains, keeping it free of debris. While helping to reduce localized flooding, the program also fosters community engagement by encouraging San Franciscans to take an active role in improving their neighborhood. To sign up and adopt a drain, go to adoptadrain.sfwater.org!
How to Care for Your Adopted Drain
Drain Clearing Safety Tips
To get rid of your Christmas tree, please place clean, unflocked trees next to your bins on your regular service day between Wednesday, January 2 through Friday, January 11, 2019. Continue reading “Holiday Tree Recycling”