Sunday, October 14, 2007

Neighborhoods and Streets within District 6

District 6 boundaries include:
North of Market, South of Market, Union Square, Lower Polk, Lower Nob Hill, Civic Center, part of Financial District, Inner Mission, South Beach, Mission Bay, Yerba Buena Island, Treasure Island and Western Addition.

Where in San Francisco is District 6?

This map shows you what part of San Franisco is District 6.

What Alliance for A Better District 6 is all about:

Alliance for a Better District 6 is the voice of San Franisco's downtown. Our mission is to improve the quality of San Francisco urban life by:
• protecting public spaces and historical assets
• supporting pedestrian-oriented development policies
• addressing safety and public nuisance concerns
• encouraging mixed-use residential development
• Designing and implementing programs which develop a sense of community within ABD6 boundaries
• forming alliances with other organizations and individuals that share ABD6 interests

To contact us:
Alliance for a Better District 6
P.O. Box 420782
San Francisco, CA 94142-0782
(415) 820-1560
(415) 820-1565 - Fax
E-Mail: sf_district6@yahoo.com

2013-14 Alliance for a Better District 6 Board Members & Committee Chairs

Michael Nulty, President
Dennis Isner, Administrative Officer

Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Marvis Phillips, Parliamentarian
Michael Pedersen, Air Horn Abatement Chair

Marvis Phillips, Safety/Planning Chair

Susan Bryan, Fundraising Chair

Michael Nulty, Housing Chair
Michael Nulty, Executive Director


*Each Board of Director member/Committee Chair has a web link attached to their name to learn more about each member.

Revitalization of Central City







Community creating partnerships with residents and community groups opens the doors for more small business opportunities which create a stronger Central City for all.

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Jim Meko is honored with Jim Berk Memorial Award

In photo Michael Nulty, President of Alliance for A Better District 6 presents Jim Meko with the 1st Jim Berk Memorial Award for his lifetime of leadership and public service to the diverse communities of San Francisco. Also in picture is Captain Daniel McDonagh of Southern Station. Award presentation was apart of the Alliance’s annual meeting on January 8th, 2008.

If You Are Going To San Francisco





Installation of Little Saigon Lion Statues

3-29-07 Plastic Bag Ban

ABD6 winner of 2008 Safety Network Community Leadership Award





2008 Safety Network Community Leadership Awards



Info on Executive Director

Michael Nulty

1-17-08 San Francisco Nightlife Summit

Online Petitions:

Open Space Petition:
http://www.petitiononline.com/TLspace/petition.html
TNT Petition:
http://www.petitiononline.com/TNT/petition.html
Full Service Post Office Petition:
http://www.petitiononline.com/101Hyde/petition.html

Alliance for A Better District 6 sponsored blogs:

Cadillac Hotel Centennial
http://cadillachotelcentennial.blogspot.com/

TNT & San Francisco Board of Supervisors Public Safety Committee
http://sfsafetycommittee.blogspot.com/

TNT & San Francisco Police Commission
http://sfpolicecommission.blogspot.com/

TNT & Hyde/Turk Street Stop
http://19polkbusshelter.blogspot.com/

Post Office Patrons
http://postofficepatrons.blogspot.com/

10th Anniversary of Tenant Associations Coalition
http://10thanniversarytac.blogspot.com/

9th Anniversary of Tenant Associations Coalition
http://9thanniversarytac.blogspot.com/

Tenderloin Transportation Plan

http://transportationplan.blogspot.com/

2008 Ribbon Cuttings





201 Turk Coomunity Room Ribbon cutting & 125 Mason Street Family Housing Ribbon cutting

Safe Haven Locations and Map

Safe Havens:
Safe Havens are neighborhood points of refuge for children and seniors to use if they are feeling vulnerable on the streets of the Tenderloin. To get more information please contact me, Dina Hilliard at http://us.f827.mail.yahoo.com/ym/Compose?To=dina@safetynetwork.org or call (415) 538-8100 x204
Locations (Refer to Map above):
1
Gene Friend Recreation Center 270 6th Street
2
City Produce 174 6th street
3
San Cristina Hotel 1000 Market
4
Ambassador Hotel 50 Mason
5
TNDC admin office (201 Eddy) 201 Eddy St.
6
TNDC admin office (215 Taylor) 215 Taylor
7
Youth With a Mission 357 Ellis St.
8
Downtown Grocery 289 Eddy St.
9
201 Turk Street Apartments 201 Turk St.
10
TL Community Benefit District 118 Jones St.
11
Boys and Girls Club 115 Jones St.
12
St. Boniface Church 133 Golden Gate Avenue
13
Art Studio/CCHH 146 Leavenworth Street
13
CCHH Men's Shelter 146 Leavenworth Street
14
Shi-yu Lang YMCA - youth deparment 220 Golden Gate Avenue
15
Hospitality House 290 Turk St.
16
Empire Market 399 Eddy St.
17
Senator Hotel 519 Ellis St.
18
Wild Awakenings Café 142 Mc Allister Street
19
Morty's Deli 280 Golden Gate Ave
20
Central City SRO Collaborative 259 Hyde St.
21
Coalition On Homelessness 468 Turk St.
22
Iroquois Hotel 835 O' Farrell Street

Community Cameras are they solving crime?

Go to this video link

2-14-08 Establishing Retail Services at 101 Hyde Hearing at City Hall



For more details on establishing a full service post office in Civic Center go to:

http://postofficepatrons.blogspot.com/

Today's Weather

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NORCOTICS PROSECUTION

SIRENS (NOISE POLLUTION)

2-26-08 City Attorney Neli Palma says good bye



Wednesday, October 10, 2007

George Dias reads certificate of honor wording to Captain Jimenez

Captain Jimenez asks the Police Commissioners if he can accept Alliance for a Better District 6's Certificate of Honor

Steve Conley reads Achievement Award wording to Southern Station's Captain McDonagh


Achievement Award for Captain McDonagh and Southern Station Officers


San Francisco Police Metro Division Map and Contact Info


The Metro Division is comprised of five district stations encompassing downtown San Francisco. Areas and neighborhoods serviced include the Marina, Civic Center, North Beach, Chinatown, Tenderloin, South of Market, and the Mission district.

Central Police Station
766 Vallejo Street
(415) 315-2400

Mission Police Station
630 Valencia Street
(415) 558-5400

Northern Police Station
1125 Fillmore Street
(415) 614-3400

Southern Police Station
850 Bryant Street
(415) 553-1373

Tenderloin Police Station
301 Eddy Street
(415) 345-7300

Building Family Housing on Mason Street

Mint Plaza Opening Ceremony, Chris Daly

San Francisco Community Benefit Districts Map

Downtown Community Benefit Districts Map



Central Market Community Benefit District


North of Market/Tenderloin Community Benefit District


Union Square Business Improvement District


Yerba Buena Alliance

Central Market Community Benefit District Map



Community Justice Center

Community Justice Center Needs Assessment Report:
Tenderloin, South of Market, Civic Center, and Union Square

http://www.sfgov.org/site/uploadedfiles/courts/divisions/Collaborative_Justice/SF_needs_assess_report.pdf

http://www.sfgov.org/site/courts_page.asp?id=68785

http://www.sfcollaborativejustice.blogspot.com/

Bikes Belong In Traffic - SFPD Training Video

Wave of development could sweep through four eastern neighborhoods



A building boom in San Francisco’s east side could start within a year, with white-collar jobs and thousands of new homes expected to replace dwindling industrial jobs in a sweeping 2,200-acre rezoning proposal ready to be debated by city leaders after nine years of planning efforts.
The 1,373-page draft Eastern Neighborhood plan — which will guide the future development of areas including the Central Waterfront, Potrero Hill, the Mission and some part of the South of Market neighborhood — goes before The City’s Planning Commission today.
The plan, if eventually adopted by the Board of Supervisors, is expected to reduce the amount of light industry in those areas, by allowing increased housing density and building heights, and changing building rules.
If the plan is approved, higher-density homes could be built in the neighborhoods to house more than 20,000 new residents by 2025 — a 30 percent population rise, according to findings in a draft environmental impact report.

Uptown Tenderloin Walking Map

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Housing Forum Sponsored by Alliance for a Better District 6


12-7-03 Mid-Market Project Area Committee is being discussed on how it will provide future housing opportunities.