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Resilient Miraloma Park Meeting
Tuesday, September 15, 2015, 5:30pm - 7:30
Miraloma Park Improvement Club, O'Shaughnessy Boulevard, San Francisco, CA

Join your neighbors as we continue to the work of making our neighborhood a safer place for everyone, especially the most vulnerable, during times of stress - RSVP today:

This event is open to everyone in the community, especially to our recent NERT graduates and residents who are NERT trained but no longer certified.


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Joseph Thomas

MUNI needs a more diverse fleet of vehicles, including 20-passennger shuttles for narrow streets.

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Posted Nov 27, 2014
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NERT Workshop
Thursday, October 23, 2014, 7:00pm - 9pm
St. Philip Church & School, 775 Diamond St @ 24th St

If the full NERT training is not possible for you at this time, we encourage you to take this free, 2-hour workshop. Taught by SF Fire Fighter (and NERT Program Coodinator) Lt. Erica Artseros. She's a San Francisco native and has been a member of the SFFD since 1994, and the NERT Program Coordinator since 2004. Register here - bit.ly/1vELlvD

SFFD NERT and SFSAFE want you to have skills to be prepared for emergencies big or small, and get to know your neighbors on your block to maximize resiliency after a disaster.

Thursday -October 23, 2014
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St. Philip Church & School
775 Diamond St @ 24th St
Register - bit.ly/1vELlvD

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Elena Perez

NERT Readiness Workshop

Personal Readiness for a resilient Community One time workshop for you and your neighbors!  What's in it for you? You will learn the basics to take care of yourself and others. SFFD NERT and SF SAFE want you to have skills to be prepared for emergencies big or small, and get to know your neighbors on your block to maximize resiliency after a...


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Mayor Edwin M. Lee

Many in the San Francisco Bay Area were awoken early Sunday morning by the largest earthquake in the region since the Loma Prieta earthquake nearly 25 years ago. While thankfully, San Francisco suffered no damage, this is a good opportunity to remind ourselves that we need to be prepared before the next earthquake or emergency. Being prepared today will make our City's recovery all the more efficient and effective, allowing us all to get back to business as usual, faster.

Let's use this as an opportunity to educate ourselves, our friends and family, and our employees and coworkers about earthquake preparedness and why it is critical to making sure that San Francisco is a resilient City. Please visit www.sf72.org to learn how to get prepared for the next earthquake and how to connect with your community.

I also encourage everyone who lives or works in San Francisco to take the San Francisco Fire Department's free Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) training, and register for the City's e-mail and text-based notification system www.AlertSF.org.

It is often said that real emergencies look more like people coming together rather than cities falling apart. That is why it is important to take steps now so we are all ready for the next emergency.

Let's not wait until the next disaster; let's be prepared today.

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Posted Aug 26, 2014
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Miraloma Park Improvement Club

Here's some great research from SPUR on preparedness: www.spur.org/featured-project/...

The Resilient City

We know that another major earthquake will strike San Francisco — we just don’t know when. SPUR is leading a comprehensive effort to retrofit the buildings and infrastructure that sustain city life. Our goal is to ensure San Francisco’s resiliency and our capacity to not only survive but thrive when a disaster strikes.This multi-year initiative...


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Posted Aug 21, 2014
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Miraloma Park Improvement Club

I just wanted to remind you that the Resilient Miraloma Park Resilience Workshop on Earthquakes is tonight starting at 630pm at the Cornerstone Trinity Baptist Church on 480 Teresita.

The evening will feature:
• A community dinner where we encourage folks to share their “where were you in ‘89” stories
• A report-out on the outcomes from the previous Heatwave workshop
• A presentation by NERT about its role in supporting Miraloma Park during a disaster
• An update from the Neighborland on the idea prioritization happening online
• Small group planning exercises designed by MIT Urban Risk Lab and SF State

It’s not too late to register – visit the site below…


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Posted Aug 20, 2014
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