The SOMA West Community Benefit District works to improve the lives of all people in our neighborhood.
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The SOMA West Community Benefit District is working hard to help our community during this crisis. Please visit this page to learn what we are doing, and how we can help you.
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LUSH: A SOMArts Series, Literary Edition brought us together while apart Writers Claire Calderón, Elaine Castillo, and Juli Delgado Lopera shared the virtual SOMArts’ stage with LUSH: A SOMArts Series last night. The evening was filled with heartfelt conversation, readings that grounded us in hope for new beginnings, and an audience Q&A that left us [. . .]
Bay Area Deaf Arts hosts virtual programs all month long! Bay Area Deaf Arts opened last Thursday with a free, virtual opening reception and gallery experience! As part of the exhibition’s programming, Bay Area Deaf Arts will be hosting a series of online events every Saturday this month. Featuring panels and workshops, this is [. . .]
We are re-posting this email from the San Francisco Office of Small Business in its entirety. We have edited it slightly. Español | 中文 | Filipino | русский | عربى | 한국어 | 日本語 | Tiếng Việt San Francisco Small Business COVID-19 Impact Survey January 15, 2021 Calling all San Francisco small business owners! 2021 is here, and [. . .]
FREE SOMA Covid Testing Wednesday January 20th 10am - 3pm Rain or Shine! Sherman Street Alley between Folsom and Harrison Walk up, no appointment or ID required Testing for all ages, including children 6 months and older accompanied by parent or legal guardian Results in 1-3 days Together WE [. . .]
You are invited to join District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney and City representatives for a: SOMA Community Town Hall Date: Thursday, January 14 Time: 5:30PM Please join via Zoom: bit.ly/SOMA2021 Zoom ID: 879 2832 5857 Password: 7bYBQf PLEASE RSVP & SUBMIT QUESTIONS AT bit.ly/somaquestions OR [email protected][. . .]
Some highlights from our December, 2020 Monthly Operations Report: We picked up 54,150 total pounds of garbage. December’s trash haul represents a +19% increase from November. Sweeping made up 39 percent of all tasks. We completed 18,611 total cleaning tasks, 7,251 sweeping tasks, 3,890 hazardous tasks, and much more. [. . .]
The SOMA West Community Benefit District (SWCBD) is always looking for dynamic individuals who wish to help us make our District a better place for everyone. We offer flexible hours, competitive pay, and benefits. Please note that we are an Equal Opportunity Employer (E.O.E.) and prohibit discrimination and harassment [. . .]
Some highlights from our November, 2020 Monthly Operations Report: We picked up 45,550 total pounds of garbage. Sweeping made up 46 percent of all tasks. We completed 24,144 total cleaning tasks, 11,036 sweeping tasks, 4,150 hazardous tasks, and much more. See the below graphics for more information, and please [. . .]
San Francisco continues to experience a rapid and significant surge in COVID-19 cases with current projections to overload our hospitals and healthcare systems. In accordance with the State’s recent limited stay at home order, San Francisco will comply and take action to stop the increase in cases. Accordingly, the [. . .]