Who in Glen Park *doesn’t* have their own list of neighborhood improvements they’d like to see? Tell city agencies about it on Tuesday, September 26, from 6:30-8 PM at St. John School, 925 Chenery Street, in the 7th and 8th grade classroom.
This will be the first in a series of better, more effective ways to get things fixed: with the SF Fix-It Team program. The Fix-It Team was established by the Mayor in 2016 to address neglected areas and tasks, and is a coordinated effort of 7 city agencies: the Police Department (SFPD), Public Works (SFPW), Muni (SFMTA), Public Health (SFDPH), Homeless Services (SFHSH), the Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), and SF Rec & Park.
To get an idea of what Fix-It is and how it works, follow Fix-It SF on Twitter @FixItTeamSF.
The agenda for the September 26 Fix-It Team meeting will look something like this, and we hope you’ll come and participate.
* Welcome and Introductions – 6:30pm-6:40pm
* Fix-It Overview (handout) – 6:40pm-6:45pm
* Neighborhood feedback on quality of life Issues – 6:45pm-7:20pm
* Question and Answer – 7:20pm-7:50pm
* Prioritization of neighborhood concerns – 7:50pm-8:00pm
* Next Steps – Neighborhood walk and in-person review of issues, scheduled for a later date.