The SOMA West Community Benefit District works to improve the lives of all people in our neighborhood.
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Here is a short SOMASapiens video documentary about 1AM. The name 1AM is short for First Amendment, and represents and encourages freedom of speech through urban art exhibitions, workshops, murals, and community events. Their mission is to progress culture by cultivating a space and community of artists, art enthusiasts, [. . .]
The SOMA West neighborhood in San Francisco features many, many unique spaces. Here is a short SOMASapiens video documentary about Matt Goldberg, from SOMArts. In this film, Matt talks about art, what motivates him to make art, and the creative process. Please visit https://somarts.org/ for more information about SOMArts [. . .]
The SOMA West neighborhood in San Francisco features many, many unique small businesses. Here is a short SOMASapiens video documentary about "Tony" from Tony Baloney's. Tony is an immigrant from Palestine who came to San Francisco to pursue the American dream. 40 years later he is still here and [. . .]
What a neighborhood, what a day. Moss Street is so much more than an alleyway – it’s home to our neighbors, small businesses, great organizations, and with the Moss Street Metamorphosis project happening soon, it will be a public space for the SOMA community. And what a party! Thank [. . .]
Some highlights from our June, 2021 Monthly Operations Report:We picked up 56,200 total pounds of garbage.June's trash haul represents a +18% increase from May.Sweeping made up 36 percent of all tasks.We completed 17,719 total cleaning tasks, 6,328 sweeping tasks, 3,442 hazardous tasks, and much more.See the below graphics for more [. . .]
Hi Neighbors, Join us on Sunday, July 25 for a neighborhood block party on Moss Street! From 11am to 4pm, we will celebrate our community with food, drinks, games, performances, music and more. We will also share a sneak peek of the designs for murals and streetscape improvements that [. . .]
The SOMA West Community Benefit District works to improve the lives of all people in our diverse neighborhood. And by supporting the SWCBD with a tax-deductible donation, you are doing the same! Here is our PayPal Link. And here is our QR Code:
The SOMA West neighborhood in San Francisco features many, many unique small businesses. Here is a short SOMASapiens video documentary about Biro & Sons Silversmiths. For four generations, the Biro family has been working as silversmiths, first in Hungary, then here in the United States. The business itself dates [. . .]
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. [. . .]