How can we make Central Market a safer, cleaner, more vibrant neighborhood?
The City of San Francisco's Office of City Administrator led community engagement for Central Market and Tenderloin CBAs in the fall of 2014. Thank you for your ideas and insights on how to improve our neighborhoods.
The City Administrator coordinated public, private and nonprofit partners to discuss safety, cleanliness and improvement in Central Market and the Tenderloin. Some of these ideas will be incorporated into Community Benefit Agreements with local companies. Others will be delivered by government, nonprofit and community partners.
This work builds on ongoing efforts of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the Neighborhood Empowerment Network, community organizations and businesses.
Many of those ideas helped inform the Central Market Street and Tenderloin Area Community Benefit Agreements, which will take effect at the beginning of 2015. Those agreements can be found here: www.sfgsa.org/index.aspx?page=...;
Additionally, all of the feedback has been categorized and provided to the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) and will be used to further inform an update of the Central Market/Tenderloin Strategy. More information on this important undertaking can be found here: http://investsf.org/neighborhoods/central-market/
Thank you again for helping to make Central Market and the Tenderloin a safer, cleaner, and more vibrant neighborhood for everyone!