Mayor London Breed Announces Community Town Halls and Neighborhood Office Hours
Over the coming months, Mayor Breed will continue her outreach to residents throughout San Francisco to hear and address their concerns about the issues facing the City
San Francisco, CA — Mayor London N. Breed today announced a series of upcoming Town Halls to discuss issues of importance directly with residents of San Francisco.
Additionally, Mayor Breed’s Office of Neighborhood Services (MONS) will begin holding regular office hours in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco to make it easier for residents to have direct access to her office and receive help navigating the City government.
“I hear all the time from people who feel like City Hall is disconnected from what is happening in our neighborhoods, which is why I spend so much time out in our communities meeting with people directly,” said Mayor Breed. “Starting today, we are taking that to the next level. Whether it is our series of Town Halls or my staff’s community office hours, my office is going to meet people where they are to help with whatever issue they may have.”
The first Town Hall discussion is scheduled for Monday, March 11th at 6:00pm at the San Francisco LGBT Center, located at 1800 Market Street. The second Town Hall will be held in Mission Bay on Monday, May 6th. Residents can RSVP at SFMayor.org/townhall.
Mayor Breed’s Office of Neighborhood Services will begin holding regular office hours with staff representatives and trained volunteers, beginning in March in the Richmond, Sunset, Bayview Hunters Point, and Excelsior districts and later expanding citywide. For more information, visit SFMayor.org/mons.