CCCBD Releases Mid-Year Progress Report for 2013

The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CCCBD) started its second year of operations with a goal to build on our strengths from the first year, improve and evaluate existing programs, and embark in new areas set out in the management plan. This report summarizes those activities. Download the report
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Civic Center CBD to Host Community Mixer and Reception

The board of directors of the Civic Center Community Benefit District (CBD) invite you to a CBD Community Mixer and Reception for Supervisor London Breed. Monday, March 11, 2013 - 5:30 to 7:30pm The Green Room at the Veterans Building 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, California Meet new District 5 Supervisor London Breed, CBD board, other guests and people who live and work in the area. Learn more about what the CBD has been doing to improve the Civic Center neighborhood. Meet the Civic Center CBD board of directors and other community organizations. We will offer light refreshments an...
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City Publishes Study on Positive Impacts of CBDs

Today Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced the results of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development’s (OEWD) Impact Analysis of San Francisco’s Community Benefit Districts (CBDs). The evaluation was conducted to measure the success of existing districts in meeting strategic goals set forth for the CBD program including the improvement of the public realm, cleanliness and public safety and the creation of economically viable neighborhood business districts. "Community Benefit Districts are a prime example of successful public-private partnerships,” said Mayor Lee. “This new OEWD Impact An...
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From Examiner: San Francisco has no plans to show Super Bowl in Civic Center Plaza

Giants fans flocked to Civic Center Plaza in 2010 and 2012 to watch the team win the World Series. But for the Super Bowl, as of now there are no plans to broadcast the 
Feb. 3 game outside City Hall. “I don’t think we are permitted to do one,” Mayor Ed Lee said of showing the 49ers game. “No Jumbotron for the Super Bowl.” Read more at the San Francisco Examiner
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