The city and many community partners are bringing new and dynamic attractions and experiences to the Civic Center Commons — Civic Center Plaza, United Nations Plaza and the space between — while better engaging and serving the low- or no-income people who rely on these spaces every day. Hear from the multi-disciplinary team that is currently working on this complex equation and learn how they’ve outlined a road map for creating a truly inclusive public space. Generously sponsored by Zendesk.
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The City and County of San Francisco recently released the Office of Economic and Workforce Development Annual Report 2015-2016. According to Todd Rufo, director of OEWD, “This report…highlights our programs, projects, and new initiatives; and offers a snapshot of who we are and what we do as an organization that touches every neighborhood in the City.” OEWD has made great strides across seven important areas and worked relentlessly to strengthen the city, improve the quality of life, and create a San Francisco for everyone.
The many areas of accomplishments include an abundance of successes...