by Shane Downing : hoodline – excerpt (includes chart)
The city’s Fix-It Team is quadrupling its efforts across San Francisco, the Mayor’s Office announced this morning.
Last May, Mayor Ed Lee announced the creation of the Fix-It Team as part of his Neighborhood Promise strategy. Focusing on quality-of-life concerns, Fix-It works to address everything from unruly trees to street encampments, graffiti to potholes, poor street lighting to unsightly news racks.
“Our residents want simple quality-of-life issues fixed and fixed quickly,” Mayor Lee said in a statement. “Fix-It has become an incredible tool in coordinating and focusing our city department efforts on the unique issues that face each neighborhood.”
In 2016, Fix-It was piloted in Chinatown, Market/Castro, Mission/Geneva, the Inner Sunset, and Civic Center/UN Plaza. In 2017, its focus has shifted to 20 specific corridors, representing all the supervisorial and police districts in San Francisco… (more)