What would make Springfield more walkable?
San Francisco Fire Department Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) is a community based training program dedicated to a neighbor-helping-neighbor approach.
NERT is a free training program for individuals, neighborhood groups and community-based organizations in San Francisco. Through this program, individuals will learn the basics of personal preparedness and prevention. The training also includes hands-on disaster skills that will help individuals respond to a personal emergency as well as act as members of a neighborhood response team.
San Francisco is made up of many neighborhoods. We are training to be one ready community when it counts. The Emergency Response is key but the Neighborhood Team comes first.
"The Affordable Housing Bonus Program (AHBP) provides incentives for developers to include more affordable housing for very low, low, moderate, and middle-income households. Development bonuses, such as increased density, would be offered on a graduated scale based on the percentage of affordable units provided. This proposed Program is one of the tools put forward by the City to address its housing goals."
There are five housing-related propositions on the November ballot that affect everything from affordable housing funding, the future of the Mission District to short-term rental and Airbnb regulation.
Join fellow San Franciscans for a series of short presentations—with representatives from both sides—on what some of this year's most important ballot initiatives could mean for the future of San Francisco.
Moderated by Kim-Mai Cutler of TechCrunch.
On Tuesday, November 3rd, there's an election in San Francisco. There are five housing-related propositions on that ballot that affect everything from affordable housing funding, the future of the Mission District to short-term rental and Airbnb regulation. Don’t know a thing about what’s on the ballot ? Join fellow San...
One-stop Quality Art and Artist Supply Store in the Bywater!
Located at 3041 N. Rampart Street, in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans.
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The first big event for Project Homeless Connect is on March 20th at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. We’ll be there pitching in – join us!
The goals of Project Homeless Connect are to:
- Improve access to services for San Francisco’s homeless.
- Engage with and maintain an active, involved volunteer base that consists of local businesses, nonprofits, and individual community members all working together to help end homelessness.
- Improve the system of care through collaboration and the sharing of best practices among San Francisco’s homeless service provider community.
- Partner with the private sector, corporations, and foundations to expand service capacity and funds.
We completely agree Michelle, and we’re working on this for 2013. Stay tuned!
Hey JC - Thanks for your post. We're working on rolling Neighborland out to Canada. Stay tuned to our Twitter or Facebook account for an update.