Tuesday, March 1, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 MTA Board Meeting – Item 11. Amending Transportation Code, Division II, Section 914 to limit the duration of the Commuter Shuttle Program to one year, and limit the number of Designated Stops to 125; directing staff to present a report in six months that explores a potentially more efficient zone network model and that monitors air quality and significant increases in stop – events at individual locations; and authorizing the Director to commission a comprehensive study of the relationship between transportation programs: staff report and presentation Item 12. Traffic Modification – 30 Stockton: staff report and presentation (Moved to March 15?)
Tuesday, March 1, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall, Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 1. 151228 Administrative Code – Special Law Enforcement Services (“10B Officers”) event security, Item 4. 151274 Charter Amendment – Authorizing Board of Supervisors to Update Inclusionary or Affordable Housing Requirements and Providing Increased Interim Requirements. (Recommendation do not pass.) Item 5. 151257 Increasing Transportation fees for nonresidential projects, including PDRs. Item 13. 160115 Conditional Use Required to Remove Any Residential Unit; Mandatory Legalization of Unauthorized Units. Item 20. Housing for Students Act Item 22. Maximizing feasible inclusionary housing requirement. Item 24. 160167 Amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for the Transbay Redevelopment Project Area – Zone One max. height to 400 feet.
Tuesday, March 1, 5:30 – 8 PM
San Francisco City College/Ocean Avenue Campus, Multi Use Building, Room 140 – The SFMTA wants to hear your ideas on how to update and improve its Residential Parking Permit program. First of four meetings planned.
Tuesday, March 1, 7 PM
953 De Haro St., Potrero Hill Neighborhood House: Potrero Hill Democratic Club Homelessness in San Francisco discussion with:
Emily Cohen, Deputy Director, Mayor’s Office of HOPE
Ken Fisher, Founder/Designer, RouteHome
Julie Leadbetter, Director, San Francisco Navigation Center
Shira Noel, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator, Homeless Youth Alliance
Amy Farah Weiss, Founder/Director, Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge*
In advance of attending this meeting, Amy Weiss requests that you please take the online quiz/survey to test your knowledge about the status quo of homelessness in SF and learn more about the Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge. Thanks.
Wednesday, March 2, 3:30 – 5:30 PM
Van Ness Improvement Project Overview Walking Tour
Thursday, March 3, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – 540 De Haro (cont. to June 2), Item 7. Transportation LOS to VMT required as a result of California Senate Bill 743, Item 8. Proposed approval of amendments to the Candlestick Point Design for Development increase heights, etc. Item 11a. 88 Arkansas St. UMU (Urban Mixed-Use Zoning District) and 48-X Height and Bulk District in the Showplace Square/Potrero Hill Area Plan. Item 11b. Large Area plan.
Saturday, March 5, 12:30 PM
Free Healing “Spririt Boat” Workshop and Potluck
Tuesday, March 8, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting Item 14. 160115 [Planning, Building Codes – Conditional Use Required to Remove Any Residential Unit; Mandatory Legalization of Unauthorized Units]
Wednesday, March 9, 10 AM
City Hall Room 416 Sustainable Streets Hearing – Showplace Square CCA parking management (map link)
Wednesday, March 9, 6-8 PM
2505 3rd Street at 22nd Street, Smokestack Brewery, Planning Department Central Waterfront Dogpath, Come tell us what your priorities are for parks, streets, and sidewalks in Dogpatch! RSVP for the workshop at http://CWD-PRP-1.eventbrite.com
Thursday, March 10, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – Item 9 Sea level rise presentation Item 12 Vehicle parking and car wash. Item 14a-b. 2013.0431CV 750-754 14th St. exceeding the principally permitted dwelling unit density, and provide less than the required unit mix, provide less common space and allow rear yard stairway.
Saturday March 12, 10 AM
Palace of Fine Arts – Save the Palace of Fine Arts – Join the Weeping Women as we raise awareness on Union Street and Polk Street about the City’s plans to privatize the Palace of Fine Arts by turning it into a hotel. Meet at the Palace of Fine Arts at 10 am. We’ll leave at 10:30 and walk up Union Street to Polk Street…(more)
Monday, March 14, 5:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting, Item 5. Presentation from the Lombard Corridor Coalition regarding the Lombard Street Corridor Transit Project and Chestnut Street projects.(Discussion and Possible Action Item). Item 6. Survey to Small Business regarding Super Bowl 50 outcomes.(Discussion and Possible Action Item)
Tuesday, March 15, 10:30 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 263 – SFCTA Item 4. Improving West Side Transit Access (memo) West Side transit hubs; Item 6. Recommend Approval of the 2016 Prop AA, $10 vehicle registration fee; Item 7. Recommend Allocation of $10,975,410 in Prop K Funds.
(Tang (Chair), Farrell (Vice Chair), Avalos, Cohen, Peskin and Wiener (Ex Officio))
Tuesday, March 15, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 MTA Board Meeting, Item 11. Lombard Safety Project staff report and presentation; Item 12. 30 Stockton (Chestnut) : staff report and presentation, Item 13. Presentation, discussion and possible actions regarding the FY 2017 and FY 2018 Operating and Capital Budgets.
Tuesday, March 15, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Item 8. 160134 Agreement – TEGSCO, LLC, dba San Francisco AutoReturn – Towing and Storage of Abandoned and Illegally-Parked Vehicles – Not to Exceed $65,400,000 Item 11. 160091 Industrial Lease Agreement – Tanforan Industrial Park, LLC – Bus Operator Training Courses – $2,480,304 Initial Annual Base Rent. Item 22. [Calling for a California State of Emergency Declaration on Homelessness] Sponsors: Kim; Cohen, Campos, Yee, Peskin, Mar and Avalos.
Wednesday, March 16, 1 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee – Meeting Item 13. Hearing – [Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program], Campos, Kim, Peskin, Hearing on the initial findings and impact of the Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program, and requesting Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, Arts Commission, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, and the Northern California Loan Fund to report.
Wednesday, March 15, 6 PM
2815 18th St.- Beast on Bryant Community meeting with the developer, Nick Podell, who is planning a luxury condo development on Bryant Street between 18th and 19th Streets. This is a public planning meeting to determine the fate of the former home of the CELL space Arts Building, the Tortilla Flats Cafe restaurant and the A.C.T. prop-building warehouse, among other community-serving PDR businesses. The meeting will be held on site, next to the now vacant Tortilla Flats Cafe.
Thursday, March 17, 3-4:30 PM
Van Ness Business Advisory Committee Meeting
Thursday, March 17, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission – Items 1-6. may be continued Converting SROs to Tourist rooms in downtown area: 140 Ellis Street, 1412 Market Street, 972 Sutter Street, 432 Geary Street, 447 Bush Street, 54 4th Street, 430 Eddy Street; Neg Dec on file #2013.1753E 1066 Market St. Item 12. Academy of Art University (informational) Item 13. Mission Interim Controls (informational) to govern certain permit applications during the development of the Mission Action Plan (MAP) 2020. Item 14. 50 First St. (informational) Item 16-17c. 1066 Market St. Appeal, Downtown Project, CU Variance, CU (see agenda
for details and attachments.)
Wednesday, March 18, 10 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 416 SFMTA Hearing on SFMTA order 5550 – Establish Tow away No stopping zones permitted commuter shuttle bus zone, Monday through Friday on streets located near the existing commuter shuttle Muni zones. (Public Hearing for establishment and removal of selected Commuter bus zones. Includes Red (Muni) bus zones and White Loading Zones.)
Rescind – Ability For Permitted Commuter Shuttles To Use MUNI Zones
A. Clement Street, north side, from 12th Avenue to 60 feet westerly
B. 3rd Street, east side, from Palou Avenue to 150 feet northerly
C. 30th Street, north side, from Sanchez Street to 75 feet easterly
D. 18th Street, north side, from Church Street to 75 feet easterly
E. 18th Street, south side, from Church Street to 75 feet easterly
F. Eddy Street, south side, from Mason Street to 120 feet westerly
G. Bayshore Boulevard, east side, from Cortland Avenue to 100 feet northerly
Rescind – Ability For Permitted Commuter Shuttles To Use MUNI Flag Stops
A. 30th Street, south side, from Church Street to 5 feet westerly
B. Pacific Avenue, north side, from Larkin Street to 5 feet easterly
C. Portola Drive, south side, from Teresita Boulevard to 5 feet easterly
Establish tow way no stopping zones nearby. (See agenda for details)
Monday, March 21, 7 PM
1665 Haight St. the Red Vic Community Meeting. Build Navigation Centers to address the crisis hosted by Dean Preston, District 5 Supervisor candidate. Join and share you views where Navigation Centers should be located and other ways to curb homelessness.
Tuesday, March 22, 11 AM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 SFCTA Meeting – Item 5. Adopt Positions on State Legislation – ACTION* resolution; Approve financing for a number of projects. Item 10. (DOT’s) Smart City Challenge Grant program. This competition showcases the ways that innovative technologies and mobility services can help reduce congestion, cut carbon emissions and increase traffic safety in our nation’s urban areas.
Tuesday, March 22, 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Board of Supervisors Meeting – Consideration of the Mayor’s veto of an Ordinance to increase the Transportation Sustainability Fee for Non-residential projects. (including PDRs). Items 4-5. Establishing SB find and funding it. Item 25. Emergency Declaration on Homelessness. Item 27. 160258 Supporting SB1286 Law Enforcement transparency bill by Leno.
Thursday, March 24, 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission Item2. No. 2015-012722PCA: Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program [Board File No. 150911]. Ordinance introduced by Mayor Lee and Supervisors Farrell and Tang amending the Planning Code to provide revised geographic, timing, pricing and other requirements for the off-site alternative to the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee. (Cont.) 2013.0431CV Item 9a-b 750-754 14TH STREET – northwest corner of 14th and Belcher Streets, CU and Variance, changes
Thursday March 24, 1:30 PM
Superior Court, 400 McAllister at Polk – Superior Court, Judge Wong – Petition by San Francisco City Attorney to dismiss the Shuttle Pilot Plan law suit as moot since the Pilot Plan expired. A legal attempt by running out the clock. (Should be an interesting observation to see how lawyers define “is” is!)
Thursday, March 24, 2:30 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 250 Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee, Ordinance declaring a state of emergency on homelessness will be heard around 3 PM. You may share testimony during public comment to help pass this legislation.
Thursday March 24, 7 PM
1649 Hayes St., Emanuel Church, Community Meeting to Protect Small Businesses hosted by Dean Preston. 4,000 businesses were closed or evicted in 2014. learn how you can help preserve your favorite neighborhood businesses.
Thursday, March 24 6-7:30 PM
Van Ness BRT Community Advisory Committee Meeting See current plan details and updates on the Project Overview Page
Monday, March 28, 2 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting
Thursday, March 31 12 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission : Item 2. 2015-014149CUA : 1271-1275 Mission Street CU, Item 7. Case Number 2016-003040PCA. adopt inclusionary affordable housing requirements including a fee requirement, amending the Planning Code to provide revised geographic, timing, pricing and other requirements for the off-site alternative to the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Fee.
Thursday, March 31 2 PM – agenda
City Hall Room 263 SF County Transportation Authority – Visions Zero Committee – (Yee, Kim, Campos, Wiener) packet Item 3. Update on state and fed. efforts. Item 4. Next generation of efforts attachment Item 8. Public Comment
Sunday, April 1
City Wide – Begins the Major and Minor Arterial Operation Plan for Corporate Commuter Buses. Restricts residential street buses to 35 feet or less.
Thursday, April 7, 12 PM
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission 2015-010606CUA: 898 South Van Ness Avenue CU; 2014-003109CUA: 3434 17th Street – Northeast side of 17th Street, east side of Albion Street CU to public parking lot;
Sunday, April 10, 1:30 -3:30 PM
Noe Valley Library Community Room, “Bay Area Growth and Transportation: Getting to Where We Want to Go,” Tom Rubin, Gerald Cauthen.
Monday, April 11, 5:30 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting
Thursday, April 14 PM
City Hall Room 400 Planning Commission, PDR/UMU informational hearing. 2014.1302CUA: 2906 Folsom Street, located at the southwest corner of 25th and Folsom Street, Lot 001 in Assessor’s Block 6525 – Request for CU. 2015-016137CUA: 16 West Portal Avenue – Southwest corner of the intersection of West Portal Avenue and Ulloa Street, Lot 002 in Assessor’s Block 2931. Request for formula retail. CU.
Monday, April 25, 2 PM
City Hall Room 400 – Small Business Commission Meeting