Here’s hoping 2020 is a happy and safe year for all in Glen Park! Here’s some advice from our Ingleside Station and Captain Woon on staying safe in 2020! Copy and paste this URL: https://gallery.mailchimp.com/ed4a08071cbc3bf508fd1fa81/files/8c7bc6fd-f44b-4258-95f9-835e5cb84e5f/January_2020_week_1.pdf See especially page 2!
There seemed to be a lot of new faces at the meeting at the Rec Center on July 25. Maybe they wanted to hear and speak to Supervisor Mandelman, or find out the latest in the Kern alley saga, or broaden their vision of the future with the presentation on autonomous vehicles in San […]
WHAT The San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD), in collaboration with Community Youth Center, SF, Resilient Diamond Heights and St. Aidan’s Church, will hold a Community Safety Fair for members of the public. This fair will include Fire Prevention and Education materials, demonstrations, and answers to inspection questions. SFFD EMS members will teach hands-only CPR and […]
Listen to this 11-minute podcast and read the accompanying story by KQED’s Bay Curious.
Tuesday’s wet weather was treacherous for this 35 Eureka bus, which lost traction on the steep grade of Miguel Street past Chenery during the morning commute. Neighbors reported that the bus slid and turned perpendicular to the street, crashing into a pickup truck on the south side of Miguel and mowing down a street tree […]
Thanks to the Glen Park Association, SFPD Captain Jack Hart and Liveable Streets, this year Chenery Street between Diamond and Elk will be officially closed on Halloween so the mob of trick-or-treating tykes can rove safely through the neighborhood. Click on the picture of the map below to get a PDF version you can actually […]
We have a great program lined up! Thursday, October 18, 7:00 pm, Glen Canyon Park Rec Center Here’s the agenda: Motivate/SFMTA – Bike share program in Glen Park Captain Hart – Chenery Street closure on Halloween/other items Assemblyman David Chiu legislative update and Q&A Glen Park Association – Amendments and changes to Bylaws We’ll have […]
Nan Slavin, an ER nurse and trainer for the national program called Stop the Bleed, http://www.stopthebleedingcoalition.org, will conduct free training on Sept. 27th. This program is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. Stop the Bleed Training Thursday Sept. 27, 6:30 to […]
(Note:The Glen Park Association has received this information from Sustainable Streets Director Tom Maguire.) Below is a short summary of what we have currently done at the intersection to date and what our next steps will be. Summary of Changes Signal timing changed on 7/18/2018 o Improves pedestrian safety by removing conflict between southbound left […]
To Resilient Diamond Heights Workgroup and Other Interested Persons, Resilient Diamond Heights is delighted that Supervisor Rafael Mandelman will host a meeting with City Officials concerning wildfire mitigation in our neighborhood parks and evacuation planning on Saturday, Sept. 8 at 2 pm at the SF Police Academy. Supervisor Mandelman has confirmed attendance by representatives of the […]
Tuesday, August 7 at the Police Academy, 350 Amber Drive, 6:00 – 8:00 PM Come out to meet your neighbors and law enforcement in your neighborhood during national night out at the Police Academy on 350 Amber drive for a night of fun! There will be free activities, arts and crafts, games, food and more! […]
Two recent hit and run crashes on Chenery St. are reminders that the dangers of driving don’t end once you’re parked. Certainly cars in San Francisco are sideswiped all the time, whether from people losing control on tiny roadways or simply traveling too fast on surface streets. These usually result in a smashed sideview mirror or […]
Hate litter? Get SF311 mobile and tell the city! The new app automatically marks your location. You simply select the problem* and either upload a photo or describe it or both. You can easily report any problem from broken streetlights to blocked driveways to tree maintenance needed. Recently Public Works has cleaned under the Richland […]
Here’s an article that debunks received wisdom about “distracted walking.” The results of a study appear to exonerate distracted pedestrians as the cause of vehicular accidents, but caution against complacency. https://www.curbed.com/2018/6/21/17477026/distracted-walking-pedestrian-deaths-crosswalk