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Feb 23: Detroit Steps Project Kick-off Event

Lighting the Detroit Steps for safety and preparing them for a future public art project are the aims of two of this year’s Sunnyside D7 Participatory Budgeting projects.

Local sentiment about the Steps. Photo: Flora Clerque Photography.
Local sentiment about the Steps. Photo: Flora Clerque Photography.

Learn more about this exciting project here. You are invited to stop by the Kick-off event on Saturday February 23 (12 noon – 2 pm), at the Lower Steps, Detroit Street at Hearst Ave — to learn more and talk with the project leaders. A special musical guest is expected for the event. For more info about the project, contact: Rosaura Valle rpcvalle@gmail.com.

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Sat Nov 17: Participatory Budgeting Workshop – get help with your project ideas

From the office of Supervisor Norman Yee.

Hello Neighbors! Two great events are happening on this Saturday, November 17th in District 7!

Please join me for my 6th -AND BIGGEST- Year of District 7 Participatory Budgeting. Participatory Budgeting gives community members the opportunity to set budgeting priorities and make decisions on what community projects should be funded. Do you live, work or play in District 7? Come help decide how to spend $650,000 in your neighborhoods. Join me at the Project Proposal Workshop to learn more about the Participatory Budgeting process, how to develop ideas, get feedback on your project ideas, and meet your fellow neighbors!

For more for information click here or to apply bit.ly/PB2018-2019.

Proposals due: January 5, 2019.

  • What: District 7 Participatory Budgeting PROJECT PROPOSAL WORKSHOP
  • When: Saturday, November 17th, 10:00AM to Noon
  • Where: Ingleside Presbyterian Church | 1345 Ocean Ave

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Participatory Budgeting: Your ideas can come to life

The new season of Participatory Budgeting is on. This is the sixth and biggest year of Supervisor Norman Yee’s District 7 Participatory Budgeting — a process by which community members have the opportunity to set budgeting priorities and make decisions on what community projects should be funded.

Do you live, work or play in District 7? Come help decide how to spend $650,000 in your district. Come to the Project Proposal Workshop to learn more about the Participatory Budgeting (PB) process, how to develop ideas, get feedback on your project ideas, and meet your fellow neighbors! (Want to know more about PB? Here is a video.)

Participatory Budgeting Project Workshop

When: November 17, 2018 – 10 AM – 12 NOON

Where: Ingleside Presbyterian Church, 1345 Ocean Ave (nr Plymouth), San Francisco

What: Learn more about the Participatory Budgeting process and get feedback on your project ideas.

Apply: Submit PB applications here: bit.ly/PB2018-2019. Proposals due: January 5, 2019

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New stop sign at Congo and Hearst

Your District 7 Participatory Budgeting dollars at work: SFMTA approved a four-way stop at Congo St and Hearst Ave a while back, a result of our 2017 grant from the PB program, but it was just installed this week. Thanks, SFMTA — and thanks, Dept of Public Works.

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Congo Street at Hearst Ave. New stop sign.

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Another season of Participatory Budgeting set to begin

The 2018-2019 season of District 7 Participatory Budgeting will kick off at a meeting on Thursday November 1, 2018, at Midtown Terrace Clubhouse (280 Olympia) 6:30-8pm.

Have an idea but don’t know how to craft your proposal? On Nov 17 there is a Project Workshop, where you can get the benefit of experienced help to assist you. Details below, followed by a list of all winning projects for the last six years of Participatory Budgeting in District 7

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