The Civic Center CBD and partnering with the Asian Art Museum to employ a part-time Program Coordinator to assist with activation programs in Civic Center Plaza and the new Living Innovation Zome coming to the Asian Art Museum property on Fulton Street. This collaboration allows both organizations to pool limited resources and create a better combined position that will allow the coordinator to work with multiple cultural agencies, City departments and community groups.
Two year, part-time position to begin immediately and run through summer 2018. Works closely with the Asian Art...
Ballots are in the mail now to every parcel owner in the Civic Center Community Benefit District (CCCBD) for the 2016 election for the board of directors. Each property owner, commercial or residential, should get a ballot and have the chance to vote for the new slate of member/representatives being proposed.
According to the bylaws of the CCCBD (Article 5, Section 3: Criteria): The Board shall be structured to represent the various interests of the Civic Center area. The fifteen (15) Directors shall represent segments of the area as follows:
Ten (10) Directors representing Property O...
The Civic Center CBD recently learned that our grant application to make improvements to Ivy Street was approved and we will be receiving $200,000 to work with the neighbors, business owners and several partners to turn the 200-block into a pedestrian friendly community space. The grant is coming from the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD), and is funded through the Complete Neighborhoods Program (CNP) to fund capital projects. This grant will get the project's Phase 1 started, with overhead lighting and new entrances to the block at each end, Franklin and Gough.
The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CBD) started its fourth year of operations with several safety and cleaning programs solidly in place as the neighborhood continues to transform. This report summarizes those activities. Download Report.
Neighborhood in Transition
The Civic Center CBD’s board members and executive director continue to work in partnership with private developers and City Departments as the Civic Center neighborhood experiences historic growth and changes over the next five years. Some of those changes will include:
New residential buildings housing thousand...
Designation Given as a Demonstration of the CBD's Commitment to Transparency
The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CBD) has achieved the Silver GuideStar Nonprofit Profile level. GuideStar is the world’s largest source of information about nonprofit organizations and a leader in advancing transparency in the nonprofit sector. This level demonstrates the Civic Center CBD's deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability.
"We have worked hard to showcase progress toward our mission, and our long-held belief in being transparent about our work, to our stakeholders," sa...
The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CCCBD) started its third 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.
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The board and staff of the Civic Center Community Benefit District (CCCBD) are pleased to present our second Annual Report, covering the our activities from July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013. Download Report.
The 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 programming areas set out in the management plan.
In our second year, the CBD has seen a sharp increase in the number of requests coming into the CBD Dispatch Center for cleaning, graffiti and removal of illegally dumped it...
Online Neighborhood Event Calendar Coordinator - part-time contract position (download job description)
Civic Center Community Benefit District
Central Market Community Benefit District
North of Market/Tenderloin Community Benefit District
Mayors’ Office of Economic and Workforce Development
San Francisco Arts Commission
Three neighborhood benefit corporations and two city of San Francisco agencies collaborated in the development of an online event calendar (www.Epicenter-SF.org) that serves three major adjoining neighborhoods within San...
The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CCCBD) has announced the results of its first election for the board of directors. The corporation was formed in 2011 with an interim board of directors who agreed to serve until the election of a regular board of directors, which was to occur no later than June 30, 2012.
According to the bylaws of the Civic Center Community Benefit District (Article 5, Section 3: Criteria): The Board shall be structured to represent the various interests of the Civic Center area. The fifteen (15) Directors shall represent segments of the area as follows: