Speak Out for Dolores Park

Come to July 31 City Community Meeting

Are you sickened by whats going on at Dolores Park and our nearby neighborhoods? Its beset by homeless camps, gang violence, car break-ins, and general trashing by those who leave their garbage behind. And despite efforts by some, its not getting better. On May 26 a shooting among gang members at the Miguel Hidalgo statue wounded one involved person. On Tuesday, July 16, a large group moved onto the north lawn along 18th Street near the Maintenance facility. This group is openly using drugs and acting aggressive with passers-by. They are the most recent in a series of encampments that started in August 2018.

Help us protect Dolores Park and our neighbors. Voice your concerns to the City at the Community Meeting on Wednesday, July 31 at 6pm at the Childrens Day School (at 601 Dolores Street.) Our supervisor, Rafael Mandelman, organized this meeting to update us on the citys efforts to ensure public safety and address homeless encampments in and around Dolores Park. Representatives from city departments including Rec & Park, SF Police – Mission Station, the Department of Public Works and the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing will be speaking. They need to see and hear from us. Show up to tell the City that we want Dolores Park and our neighborhoods to be free of violence and homeless camps!

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