The SOMA West Community Benefit District works to improve the lives of all people in our neighborhood.
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Some highlights from our May, 2021 Monthly Operations Report: We picked up 47,450 total pounds of garbage. April's trash haul represents a -4% increase from April. Sweeping made up 35 percent of all tasks. We completed 18,647 total cleaning tasks, 6,449 sweeping tasks, 4,065 hazardous tasks, and much more. [. . .]
SOMA West resident Scott Morrow describes his slide into homelessness and what it is like living on the street in SOMA. Like many people who are homeless, he was housed for many years right here in San Francisco. And also like many people who are homeless, he has no [. . .]
About this event On June 2, 2021 from 4 PM to 5PM, join Cruise and six community leaders from San Francisco District 6, for a compelling and in-depth discussion about the challenges being faced by small business in the city right now, and how new technology being developed by [. . .]
MEMORIAL WEEKEND BLOCK-PARTY: Dope Performers, Cool Vendors, and the BEST Brunch Spots are located on Folsom Street between 7th & 8th Street. May 30th 12pm-7pm Featuring: Antons Pizza / Terroir SF / Decant SF / Roccos Cafe / Cat Club SF and Trademark . $100 prize for Best Dressed. Follow BigBlackBrunch on [. . .]
We are sharing this funding opportunity at the request of Community Vision. SOMA Cultural Anchor Fund Letters of Interest Due July 23, 2021 The SOMA Cultural Anchor Fund provides capital grants for arts and culture nonprofits that have been negatively impacted by the 5M development project and have [. . .]
The SOMA West neighborhood in San Francisco features myriad unique small businesses. Here is a short SOMASapiens video documentary about Circle Community Acupuncture. They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and their purpose is to provide and promote public access to affordable acupuncture. They make acupuncture accessible by offering a [. . .]
Spark your creativity and attend a live painting event with Jane Kim followed by a special whiskey tasting on Saturday, May 29th! About this event Spring is in the air! In celebration of her current solo exhibition Poached, Pruned, Peeled at Palette Gallery, Bay Area artist Jane Kim, founder of Ink Dwell studio, [. . .]
The SOMA West neighborhood in San Francisco is home to many unique small businesses. Here is a short SOMASapiens video documentary about San Francisco Pole & Dance. By stepping through the doors at a Pole & Dance studio you aren’t just taking a fitness class, you are joining a [. . .]
Some highlights from our April, 2021 Monthly Operations Report: We picked up 49,175 total pounds of garbage. April's trash haul represents a -9% increase from March. Sweeping made up 36 percent of all tasks. We completed 19,017 total cleaning tasks, 6,884 sweeping tasks, 4,016 hazardous tasks, and much more. [. . .]