In the first month, the Clean Team properly disposed of 2475 syringes, removed 1721 stickers/graffiti from public surfaces, properly disposed of and sanitized for 63 instances of feces, and collected 937 bags of rubbish totaling 31864 lbs.
The inaugural event had elements of a social mixer, a neighborhood celebration, and a community-working group. We’re grateful to all the people who came and shared their vision with ours. We hope to see you all, and many more, at the next Tenderloin Talk Live in September.
Join SFMTA and other project partners, including TLCBD/Safe Passage for a community worksop and open house to help make a Safer Taylor Street. June 28th, from 6-8pm at Kelly Cullen Community Center at 220 Golden Gate Avenue.
Monsters, creatures, zentangles, or anything else. Pick the next knit phase of this public art project dotting the civic center public spaces. You have until June 30th to help them decide. Meet the artists any Tuesday in June.
We are proud to announce the arrival of our new Clean Team, working seven days a week to meet the challenges of keeping our Tenderloin sidewalks clean. We welcome Block by Block, in partnership with Downtown Streets Team, to the neighborhood.