Become a Board Member and make a difference!

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The Yerba Buena Community Benefit District (YBCBD) is now accepting applications for board membership. The YBCBD Board of Directors oversees the management of the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District. The board is structured to ensure representation from all stakeholders and areas of the district. The board has a maximum of 28 members representing community organizations,…

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Public Art Opening in Yerba Buena

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The YBCBD is the proud fiscal sponsor for one of the most innovative and creative public art groups working in San Francisco, Sites Unseen, who will be unveiling their latest creation on Natoma Street between New Montgomery and the SFMOMA building. There will be a public reception this Saturday, July 29th at 3pm. Stop by…

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Take Our Free Walking Tours!

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The YBCBD has created a fun and educational walking tour of the Yerba Buena District. Hidden stories and surprises abound in a free 90-minute walking tour in the Yerba Buena neighborhood of San Francisco’s history, art, poetry, architecture and activism, including live performances of characters that gave the city its unique reputation. Brought to you…

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Sites Unseen in the News

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One of the YBCBD’s missions is to bring public art to the neighborhood and we could not be more proud than to be working with Sites Unseen in an effort to produce world-class, engaging, and provocative public works. One of the inaugural community pieces, created by Barry McGee, was placed on the SFMTA garage located…

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Community Benefit Fund Grant Applications Now Available!

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The Yerba Buena Community Benefit District (YBCBD) is pleased to issue the Community Benefit Fund Guidelines and Application. Three types of grants are offered to nonprofits and resident organizations that seek to improve the quality of life in the Yerba Buena Neighborhood through the YBCBD Community Benefit Fund – full grants of up to $25,000,…

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