- This event has passed.
Richmond District Strategy Follow-Up Conversation
February 26, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm PST
The Richmond District Strategy seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the District’s current trends, needs, and opportunities in order to ensure a sustainable and high quality of life for the Richmond District now and in the future.
On December 10, 2016, the San Francisco Planning Department held a Community Conversation Meeting where over 60 community members shared their goals for the Richmond. The goals discussed at the meeting are summarized and are available to download here. At this meeting community members also had the opportunity to provide input on the findings from the Community Needs Assessment Survey. The summary of these findings that were presented are available to download here.
Join the Planning Department on Sunday, February 26, 2017 for a follow up community meeting to review and establish the Community Goals for the Richmond District, and to determine how everyone can work toward achieving these Goals. This meeting will be a key step to initiate the final phase of this Strategy: to develop solutions, policies, and funding priorities for the neighborhood.
If you did not attend the last meeting, you will have the opportunity to review materials from our previous meetings as well.
Whether you currently live or work in the Richmond, or you’re considering living or working in the neighborhood, your participation in this effort will help shape the community goals and the policies necessary to reach them. As a tenant, senior, immigrant, person of color, or member of a lower-income household or family with children, you are encouraged to participate to share your needs and vision for the future.
Your participation in this follow up conversation will help shape the future of your neighborhood. RSVP is encouraged, but not required.
Contact the Project Managers from the Planning Department with any questions: