Mission Neighborhood Community Meeting

From SF Planning:

On Saturday, May 14th the Eastern Neighborhoods Citizens Advisory Committee (ENCAC) is hosting a community meeting where you can have a say in the neighborhood you want to see!

The meeting will include conversation with the Eastern Neighborhoods Citizens Advisory Committee (ENCAC), a group composed of community members appointed by the Board and Mayor to represent the interests of your neighborhood.

Let the ENCAC members hear your views on critical issues for our neighborhood: open space, transportation, street beautification, and child care. Over the next several years, the ENCAC will play a crucial role in deciding how public benefit dollars are spent. Come and have your say!!

Also, please help us understand your ideas and concerns by filling out a 1-page survey

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