On Monday, March 11, the first meeting in 2019 of the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee (BRCAC) takes place at the Multi-Use Building, Room 140, 50 Frida Kahlo Way, City College. The agenda is not yet posted, but will be sometime before the meeting here.
Photos from the cleanup day event for the Circular Ribbon Garden. Local volunteers were joined by helpers and supplies provided by SF Parks Alliance. All photos Bill Wilson Photography billwilsonphotos.com.
Photos from the Detroit Steps Kick-off event on Saturday. All photos Flora Clerque Photography.
Adopt a Drain SF
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
- If possible, clear the drain before it starts raining.
- Put leaves and other natural material in the green compost bin. Put trash in the black garbage bin.
- Clear about 10 feet on both sides of the drain.
- Medical waste or needles? Construction debris? Toxic materials? Report it to the City’s Customer Service Center, SF311.org on the web (or dial 3-1-1).
Drain Clearing Safety Tips
San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s touring troupe Shakespeare On Tour comes to Sunnyside Conservatory on Sunday March 3, 2019, to perform ‘The Comedy of Errors’.
Performance begins at 2pm and lasts about an hour. Followed by Q-and-A with the cast. Continue reading “Mar 3: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Sunnyside Conservatory”
SNA member and Detroit Street resident Steve Flanagan has made a little video to announce the exciting 2019 Participatory Budgeting proposal for the Detroit Steps. Learn more about the project here.