We are posting the below invitation in its entirety. Please join these virtual events if you can, since they help chart out the direction of San Francisco as we move into the next several years.

Hello everyone, 

San Francisco Planning is updating the General Plan, and your input is essential for the future of the City! You are invited to a series of General Plan Virtual Events between March 15-26, 2021.

The General Plan creates a road map for the City’s growth and change over time. It consists of goals and policies that will help the City address topics such as racial and social equity, housing, transportation, climate resilience, and environmental justice.

These updates will carry out the Planning Commission and Historic Preservation Commission’s resolutions to incorporate General Plan policies that advance racial and social equity, with a focus on American Indian communities, Black communities, and communities of color. This work also actively informs the Department’s response to the devastating health, economic, and housing crises resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We want to make sure that the updated General Plan benefits all San Franciscans. Please join us to learn about the role of the General Plan and the updates that are being made. This is an opportunity to share your ideas that San Francisco can take to achieve an equitable, livable, and sustainable future for all.

General Plan Virtual Events:

Date: March 15-19 and 22-26, 2021

Time: 1 and 1.5 hour sessions during the day and evenings

Location: Zoom, with live stream options available on San Francisco Planning’s YouTube and Facebook

Accessibility: For other language assistance or disability accommodations, please contact Candace Soohoo at candace.[email protected] or (628) 652-7536 at least 72 hours in advance.

More information can be found here: https://sfplanning.org/general-plan

Opportunities to Engage:

Please visit the General Plan webpage to learn about other engagement opportunities, including forthcoming in-language sessions for Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog speakers.


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