As many of you know, RHN has been working for several years with our District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani, various City Departments and fellow neighbors to address issues around the exponential increase in the popularity of the crooked block of Lombard Street. We have offered our assistance to the participating agencies in the launch and ongoing evaluation of a new program. Toward that end, we encourage RHN members and other neighbors to complete the survey below at your earliest convenience. Please offer a warm welcome to the program staff you encounter in our neighborhood beginning March 16 and feel free to contact Mark Hennon from SF Parks Alliance (contact information below) with questions or suggestions. Also, an important aspect of the new program will be quarterly stakeholder meetings to measure its success. Be assured that RHN will continue to be an active part of this process.
Supervisor Catherine Stefani, The Office of Economic and Workforce Development and the San Francisco Parks Alliance are launching a new program to care for and improve the management of the Lombard Street crooked section starting Monday, March 16. Program specifics include a more robust ambassador program, interagency coordination with City departments, and additional oversight through increased staffing.
Please take this brief survey linked here today, and we will continue to be in touch to collect your feedback over time. We will be tracking site improvements through the completion of survey data from neighbors like you. The survey will give us:
- Your current perception of Lombard Street
- Your suggestions on improving Lombard Street and our proposed services
- We will use this information on Lombard Street conditions as a baseline to track improvements over time.
For more information about this program and the San Francisco Parks Alliance, we can be reached at email@example.com.
Senior Manager, Parks & Place