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Take the Lower Polk Survey!

We need your help to figure out what people would like to see here in the Lower Polk. We are primarily interested in are what things people would like to see added to the Lower Polk (more parks, more events, more open spaces, etc.). The information you provide us will help us work with the City, Lower Polk Neighbors, La Voz Latina, and other local

2019-07-09T17:28:36-07:00July 9th, 2019|Categories: Blog, News, Policy, Projects|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Join the Lower Polk Fix-It Team!

The Mayor's Fix-It Team is empowered by the City to fix quality of life issues identified by residents and businesses in 35 San Francisco neighborhoods. They have worked with over 1,000 residents to accomplish 3,000+ fixes. Their work in Lower Polk will begin with a kick-off meeting on Thursday, July 12. Be sure to mark your calendars (and attend)! WHAT: Lower Polk Fix-It Zone Public Kick-Off

Recology Recycling Update

Click on the Recology logo for new recycling guidelines. "Every now and then I find myself playing the 'Recycle, Compost or Landfill?' game when deciding what to do with my trash. "Metal lids, sure. They go in the blue bin. But what about bottle caps, disposable coffee cups, and plastic bags? "Paper is a recyclable no-brainer, but what about waxy milk cartons? And

2017-08-31T15:46:15-07:00August 31st, 2017|Categories: Blog, News|Tags: , , |

We Got Canned!

"Trash-canned," that is. One of the things that community benefit districts do is advocate for the little things that most people take for granted. For example, up until a few days ago there was only one public trash can on Polk Street between Bush and Geary. One trash can for three city blocks is simply not enough. Or at least we didn't think so. Therefore

2018-12-31T11:30:19-07:00June 5th, 2017|Categories: News, Projects|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |