SPUR Walk: Exploring District 9 With Supervisor David Campos

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Thomas Hawk

See your neighborhood through the eyes of your district supervisor. Join Supervisor David Campos on this walking tour of District 9 landmarks as he takes us to some of his favorite spots in a community that includes the Mission, Bernal Heights and Portola. This event is generously sponsored by Kaiser Permanente.

Supervisor David Campos / SF Board of Supervisors

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