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The Grow SF Report, Vol. 12
What You Need To Know
The latest updates on SF government progress, policies, and priorities:
This week Mayor Breed proposed an audacious $1 billion plan to fight homelessness. If the Board of Supes approves the plan this summer, the funding will go to initiatives like capping all permanent supportive housing rent at 30% of a resident’s income, funding two new recreational vehicle parking sites, and continuing a 40-bed emergency shelter for families.
Update: SF COVID-19 Vaccinations
San Francisco continues to quickly distribute the vaccine. Here’s the latest:
Vaccination Rate: 78% of SF residents over 16 have received at least 1 dose. 66% have been fully vaccinated.
Eligibility: All SF residents 12 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated!
Vaccine Sites: Find a vaccine site near you. Some allow drop-ins, while others are appointment only.
Your Action Plan
Now that you know what’s happening, help us shape what happens next:
Tonight: Exclusive Interview on Shared Spaces
Who: Sharky Laguana
When: Tonight, June 3 at 9 PM
Where: Twitter Spaces
Join us tonight at 9 PM for an exclusive interview with Sharky Laguana, President of the SF Small Business Commission, to learn more about how we can save Shared Spaces and make outdoor dining permanent in SF.
Here are three things you can do right now to help us outdoor dining permanent:
Visit our website for instructions on how to email your Supervisor
Give public comment at the Land Use Committee meeting on June 7. Sign up here to be notified when it’s time to call in.
Fun in SF
Check out some of our favorite fun activities happening in SF right now:
Blankets and Wine Comedy in Golden Gate Park
Blankets and Wine is a free comedy show every Saturday in the park. This weekend, one blanket might not be enough!'
San Francisco has many world class museums, and the big secret is you can visit most of them for free! Check out this site for a helpful calendar of free museum days.
Yes, there is good stuff on Twitter. Here’s some of it:
Not really new, or a tweet, but still very cool. Check out this old video documenting the construction of the city’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge: