Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category

From Philip Louie, Associate Engineer, SFMTA, regarding the Sunnyside Pedestrian Safety Proposal funds ($120,000) allocated during 2017 Participatory Budgeting. Read about the Proposal here.

“Below is a breakdown of the requests in the Participatory Budget application. Some of these still need to be reviewed to ensure they meet our feasibility standards. The timeline for these measures is that they will all be complete by July of this year unless otherwise noted; as more specific timelines are figured out we can plan to let the group know. The measures include:

1. Speed Radar Feedback signs – already met with you to determine location and continuing to move forward on this

o At Monterey and Acadia, for westbound traffic

2.  Speed humps at various locations – we are awaiting speed data to determine eligibility. For the locations that qualify, we will send a ballot to residents of that street. The humps that are approved should be constructed in the summer/fall, dependent on workload for the construction crews. The locations are:

o Joost from Baden – Congo

o Mangels: Baden to Nordoff and Nordoff to Congo

o Congo between Mangels and Stillings

o Melrose between Mangels and Gennessee

3.  Pedestrian safety improvements on several streets will include new high visibility crosswalks,  (more…)

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From SFMTA: As Muni service continues to improve in 2018, the agency is launching new surveys reaching riders, students and people with disabilities as a part of the Muni Service Equity Strategy. Since you are part of SFMTA’s valued stakeholders, we are asking for your participation to help us improve transit service performance in the Bayview, Chinatown, Excelsior, Ingleside, Mission, Oceanview, South of Market, Tenderloin, Visitacion Valley, and Western Addition neighborhoods. Also, because your organization works with riders in these areas, we would appreciate your assistance in sharing the most relevant survey links with your networks at your earliest opportunity. The deadline to complete the survey is Friday, February 2.

General Customer Survey
English: www.sfmta.com/equity-english
Chinese: www.sfmta.com/equity-chinese
Spanish: www.sfmta.com/equity-spanish
Tagalog: www.sfmta.com/equity-tagalog
Vietnamese: www.sfmta.com/equity-vietnamese

Seniors and People with Disabilities Customer Survey    
English: www.sfmta.com/equity-spd
Chinese: www.sfmta.com/equity-spd-chinese 
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Ingleside Police Station invites you to have Coffee with a Cop — Thurs Jan 25, 2018, 8-10am at Higher Grounds, 691 Chenery Street, San Francisco

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Ingleside Police Station has a new captain, Jack Hart. There is also a new newsletter. Read the first edition here (pdf). Sign up to receive the newsletter here > click ‘Join Our Newsletter’. If you signed up before, sign up again, this is new.

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From SF Fire Dept:

San Francisco Fire Department Fire Prevention and Public Education Community Safety Fair

San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) Battalion 9 will hold a Community Safety Fair for members of the public. This fair will include Fire Prevention and Education material, demonstrations, and answers to inspection questions. SFFD EMS members will teach hands only CPR, and our Recruitment team will be available to answer questions related to our Departments hiring process. Free Smoke detectors will be available while supplies last to residents of San Francisco.  Details below.  (more…)

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From SF Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/mayor-lee-urges-disaster-preparedness-28th-anniversary-loma-prieta-earthquake/

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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 www.sf72.org, 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.”   (more…)

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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.

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

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

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