Office of the City Administrator
San Francisco's Office of City Administrator oversees our General Services Agency consisting of 20 departments, divisions, and programs including the Department of Public Works, Department of Technology, Administrative Services, Office of Contract Administration/Purchasing, Real Estate, County Clerk, 311, Fleet Management, Convention Facilities, Animal Care and Control, Medical Examiner, Treasure Island, and more.

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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.

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"Mayor Ed Lee and D6 Supervisor Jane Kim held a press conference yesterday to activate a new pedestrian signal across deadly Sixth Street at Minna Street, a narrow cross street. Although a marked crosswalk had already existed there, drivers routinely failed to yield to people within it.

The button-activated signal is part of a package of pedestrian safety measures planned for Sixth Street, which decades ago had been designed to speed drivers between the Tenderloin and the 280 highway through the dense SoMa neighborhood, which resulted in an alarming rate of traffic violence. In the past seven years, Sixth has seen more than 50 pedestrian injuries and two fatalities just between Market and Howard streets, according to a Mayor’s Office press release.

“Our families and seniors on Sixth Street know that mid-block crossings, turn restrictions and sidewalk bulbouts can actually save lives,” Kim said in a statement."

sf.streetsblog.org/2014/11/04/...

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Posted Nov 5, 2014
Dan
Dan
Nov 5, 2014

Great to see progress on 6th Street!

Posted by Dan on Nov 5, 2014
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"On April 22, the Board of the County Transportation Authority approved $1 million in additional funding to expand the scope of the project to include the north side of both blocks of McAllister between Leavenworth and Larkin Streets. With this augmentation, funding from the City and County of San Francisco now totals $1.8 million. UC Hastings is contributing $640,000 for this effort:

$39,000 Planning & Conceptual (2009-10)
$515,000 Deferred Maintenance – Sidewalk Replacement McAllister Tower (2013-14)
$86,000 Hastings match for $1,045,000 in City funding (2014-15)
The project involves pedestrian safety and lighting improvements, sidewalk widening, tree planting and other enhancements. The replacement of sidewalks contiguous to McAllister Tower is necessary to remediate long standing water infiltration problems. The addition of lighting along the frontage of College property along McAllister Street will increase security."

Read more: www.uchastings.edu/news/articl...

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McAllister Street UC Hastings Campus Streetscape Project Update

The Board of the County Transportation Authority has approved $1 million in additional funding to expand the scope of the Streetscape Project.

www.uchastings.edu/news/articl...

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Posted Oct 22, 2014
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Office of the City Administrator

This Friday, you can watch the SF Giants in the World Series on the big screen in Civic Center. sf.funcheap.com/friday-night-m...

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Posted Oct 20, 2014
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Central Market and Tenderloin CBA Town Hall
Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 3:00pm - 5pm
Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library, Larkin Street, San Francisco

Join us for a Town Hall on Wednesday October 1st to share your ideas and insights with the City Administrator and CBA companies in advance of the Community Benefit Agreement process.

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The first night market will be September 5th from 4-9pm. Learn more: www.unplazasf.org/event/night-...

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Posted Aug 22, 2014
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Tom K.
Tom K.
Sep 3, 2014

If anyone is going, let me know and let's meet up!

Posted by Tom K. on Sep 3, 2014
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