Maybe even better than hotspots around payphones? Wifi in 31 public parks coming soon:
31 San Francisco playgrounds, plazas, recreation centers, and parks are getting two years of free Wi-Fi thanks to a $600,000 gift announced by Google today -- with no strings attached. Pending approvals, installations could start in November and be done by April 2014. The gift is designed to empow..
For as little as $10/month, you can give the gift of hygiene and dignity - one warm shower each month - to someone experiencing homelessness. donatenow.networkforgood.org/G...
"Homeless people in San Francisco are exactly that -- people. Then why are most of them forced to go to the bathroom on the streets? I noticed this problem running in the early morning down Market Street - -San Francisco's main vein for traffic and the homeless. The goal of this campaign is to increase the urgency of San Francisco's Public Works program to build more self-cleaning, 24-hour public restrooms."
Homeless people are just that - people. They deserve care, too. (16098 signatures on petition)
Terrible news! This is not a drill.
Mayor Ed Lee is considering killing Prop E for trees, passed by the voters last month with 79% support. Please contact him as soon as possible to prevent this disaster -- just copy and paste our draft message below (or use your own words, which is even more powerful).
Email the Mayor at email@example.com or call at (415) 554-6141
PS - details about the background, problem, and politics - www.fuf.net/programs-services/...
SF Planning Commissioners “Impressed” with MicroPAD - www.sfhac.org/san-francisco-pl...
Commissioner Kathryn Moore and Dennis Richard both said they are "impressed" with the MicroPAD after seeing the unit in person.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is considering an ordinance that would bring you the ability to choose the internet service you want for your home, apartment, or condo. On Wednesday, November 30 at 10:00 am PST, the Board of Supervisors will hold a hearing to discuss this proposal. Make your voice heard: attend the hearing and show your support for the proposal. Anyone is welcome to give up to 2 minutes of testimony.
View detailed hearing agenda here (proposal is agenda item #12) - sfbos.org/sites/default/files/...
Learn more about the issue here - www.engine.is/news/category/br...
Despite the addition of public "Pit Stops" around the city, it's no secret that San Francisco has a poop problem. To bring the issue to light—in an unavoidable fashion—mobile shower provider Lava Mae plans to place a massive toilet in the center of Hayes Valley this Saturday, November 19th.
In honor of 'World Toilet Day,' Lava Mae is using public art to invite neighbors to confront the city's sanitation problem.