DTNA Public In-Person 2022 Bimonthly Meeting Date changed
- Will be held on the second Tuesdays of even numbered months from 7:00PM to 8:00PM — no venue available for Monday meetings
- In the Ballroom of the Harvey Milk Recreation Center, 50 Scott Street, Lobby level with entry from Scott Street and Duboce Park.
- A hybrid in-person/virtual format is being explored.
- NOTE: The next Public DTNA Meeting will be Tuesday June 14th — Agenda being finalized
May 21st, Saturday: LGBTQ Cultural District COVID Hub Testing, 11:00am to 05:00pm
- 18th Street behind Walgreens, every Saturday
May 22nd Sunday: LGBTQ Cultural District COVID Hub Vaccinations 11:00am to 05:00pm
- Jane Warner Plaza in conjunction with the Harvey Milk Day celebration
- Second Boosters are available
- For adults 50 years and older and who got their 1st booster at least 4 months ago
- People ages 12 years and older who are moderately or severely immunocompromised and got their 1st booster at least 4 months ago.
- People ages 18 years or older who got 2 doses (1 primary and 1 booster) of Johnson and Johnson’s Janssen vaccine at least 4 months ago.
- 1st booster of either Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna vaccine is recommended at least 2 months after an initial J&J/Jansen COVID vaccine shot
May 22nd, Sunday: Harvey Milk Day Celebration 11:00am to 05:00pm
- Jane Warner Plaza, Castro Street.
May 25th SFPD Park Station Community Meeting
May Update Upper Market Safety Project Construction
- Rainbow Honor Walk plaques (mostly) installed.
- Construction at 16th/Noe to intensify soon.
- MUNI custom decorative railing installation along F Line to begin May 31st.
- Median repair/up lighting: additional work near Octavia.
- For the most up-to-date construction information please visit www.sfpublicworks.org/uppermarket.
Help Shape the Future of San Francisco’s Waterfront
- Take the Port of San Francisco’s Survey before June 3, 2022.
- This survey will take you through five examples of how other cities made changes to address the risks they faced. You are asked to consider how these approaches could work in San Francisco and share your feedback.
Recent Board Actions
- Supported Supervisor Mandelman’s “A Place for All” ordinance
- Supported granting entitlement to the 2135 and 2140 Market Street mixed-use multi-family apartment buildings that include more on-site affordable units.
Find Updates on the DTNA Website for:
- Summary of May DTNA Board meeting
- Slow Triangle vision development
- Environmental Protection Impact Committee
- Website reworking
Enjoy your Memorial Day Holiday.