Approved legislation will reduce red tape and help City meet residents’ behavioral health needs as San Francisco continues to add beds for those struggling with mental health and substance use disorder
Mayor Breed’s Roadmap to San Francisco’s Future advanced key policies in first year, including filling and repurposing vacant spaces, passing key tax reforms, and making Downtown safe, clean and welcoming for all.
Increased focus for next year will be on advancing building conversions, recruiting educational institutions, and advancing arts and culture Downtown.
The San Francisco Department of Public Health is encouraging those who are sexually active to talk to their healthcare provider and partners about sexual health, and test regularly for sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.
Tarlov brings years of small business experience to the SFMTA Board of Directors as President of the Glen Park Merchants Association and San Francisco Council of District Merchants Associations Vice President