October 6, 2022, THURSDAY: First Slow Triangle Implementation Meeting, 07:00PM to 08:00PM
Group areas highlighted in the summer workshops and Final Workshop Presentation.
- In the Costume Room at the Harvey Milk Center for the Performing Arts.
- Purpose of meeting is to:
Prioritize their implementation.
Identify members of the neighborhood to cham pion their implementation.
October 11, 2022, TUESDAY: DTNA October Public Meeting
Duboce Triangle Historic District Update & Context Statement
- 06:30PM-07:00PM Social; 07:00PM-08:00PM hybrid in-person/virtual meeting
- In the Ballroom of the Harvey Milk Recreation Center, 50 Scott Street
- Lobby level with entry from Scott Street and Duboce Park.
- Join Neighbors for discussion of:
Conversation with Captain Jack Hart, Park Station, SFPD
Slow Triangle Implementation Update
October 3-11, 2022 San Francisco Fleet Week
- Friday, October 7th,11:00AM: Parade of Ships.
- Saturday-Sunday, October 8th-9th: Blue Angles Air Show – Blue Angles.
- Neighborhood Band Performance, Ship tours.
October 6, 2022, THURSDAY: Navy Southwest Brass Band
- 05:30PM-06:30PM at the Jane Warner Plaza.
October 8, 2022, SATURDAY: 1st Marine Division Ceremonial Band
- 10:00AM-11:00AM at Duboce Park.
October 10, 2022, MONDAY: District 8 Supervisor Candidate Forum
- Sponsored by Activ8SF and Upper Noe Neighbors.
- Via Zoom with Rafael Mandelman & Kate Stoia.
- 6:00PM-07:30PM. To Register Click here.
October 11, 2022, TUESDAY: SF Standard District Supervisor Debate.
- In-person with Rafael Mandelman & Kate Stoia.
- 05:00PM-07:30PM at the SF LGBT Center, Rainbow Room, 1800 Market Street.
- To Register, click here.
LGBTQ Cultural District 18th Street COVID TEST/VAC Hub
- Saturdays 11:00AM to 05:00PM in the 18th Street parking lot behind Walgreens.
- Free COVID 19 Tests every Saturday.
- COVID Vaccinations monthly on the third Saturday.
- Next Vaccination date: Saturday, October 15th.
October 26, 2022, WEDNESDAY: SFPD Park Station Community Meeting
October 30. 2022, SUNDAY: Castro Family Halloween Block Party
Police Commission looks to reduce bias in traffic law enforcement
- SFPD Draft General Order 9.01.01, if adopted, would curtail our understaffed SFPD from enforcement of some minor DMV and City Traffic infractions when there is no threat to life or of injury.
- The Commission has asked the SF Human Right Commission to conduct “listening sessions” on public interactions with police. You are invited to complete the Police Traffic Stop Survey here.
Street Trees — City pruning of Street Trees is progressing through the Duboce Triangle.
- Look for No Parking “Trees” signs to a appear a few days before pruning.