Important COVID-19 Information: if you are are a residential or commercial tenant and need assistance staying housed or sited, please visit https://lptlc.org for immediate help.
The Lower Polk Community Benefit District is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that works to improve the lives of ALL people in our Lower Polk community. We do this by keeping our neighborhood clean, by performing street outreach, by doing beautification projects, and by providing other much-needed services. Click here to view our interactive annual report and learn more about how we support the Lower Polk.
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To learn more about us and what we do, please select a menu item above, or read our social media below. If you need services, the fastest way to contact us is to dial 311 or use the free 311 app that is located here: https://sf311.org/. We are directly connected to the City 311 system and will get your service call immediately.
Live COVID-19 CDC Updates
CDC is adding new articles as fast as possible. These are all offsite links, and as such we have no control over their content. They are being provided for informational reasons.
- CDC Releases Recommendations for Communities of Faith
- Interim Guidance for Communities of Faith
- How to discontinue home isolation
- Rodent Control
- Key Information to Collect During a Case Interview
- At Home
- Going Out
- Contact Tracing
- CDC releases resources to assist states to open
- Help Children Learn at Home
- For Parents: Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) associated with COVID-19
- Resources for Laboratories Working on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in Children
- Publications about COVID-19 for Laboratories
- Caring for Children
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Follow our social media (Twitter in particular) for the latest updates on #COVID19, what resources are available to you, and how the CBD is working with the City to help manage this crisis.