Answers to Questions For The January Opioid Panel Discussion

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YBCBD Panel Discussion on the Opioid Crisis & Discarded Needles January 16, 2018 Below are questions from community members that could not be answered due to time constraints during the YBCBD’s January 16, 2018 panel discussion on the opioid crisis and discarded needles. Panel members included representatives from the Department of Public Health (DPH) and…

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Yerba Buena Women in the Arts Celebrated!

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7×7 Magazine has released their 11 Most Influential Women in the San Francisco Art World, and the Yerba Buena District is proud to have 5 of them in their neighborhood, 2 of whom have created enduring public art legacies, and the other 3 whose organizations currently are on our board. Not only does the YBCBD…

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Yerba Buena Community Benefit District Honors Neighborhood Improvement Champions at Inaugural Yerba Buena Community Excellence Awards

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Public art champions, organizers of a free cultural arts festival and Supervisor Jane Kim were among the honorees of the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District’s (YBCBD) inaugural Yerba Buena Community Excellence Awards, given to individuals and organizations that improve the Yerba Buena neighborhood by making it cleaner, safer and more inviting.   “This is a…

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We’re Making Yerba Buena Cleaner

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The YBCBD is going to install 9 new high tech waste bins in Yerba Buena as part of a pilot program to collect data on their effectiveness. These units will be placed in highly trafficked areas to better understand how we can help to make our neighborhood cleaner and more waste efficient. The Bigbelly receptacles…

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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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