Small businesses need more time to adjust to improved outdoor dining rules.Support Mayor Breed's proposal to give them an extension.

It's time to fix San Francisco.

We are a city in crisis. Our officials have failed at the basics: housing, transit, schools, and public safety. For too long, San Francisco has feared change. A truly world class city must embrace change. Outcomes matter more than ideology. That's why GrowSF pursues common sense solutions to create a San Francisco that works for everyone.

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Educate on local issues
By being better informed, we can be better citizens of our incredible city and work together to drive positive change.
Share ways to get involved
Getting involved can be signing a petition, Zooming into a public meeting, emailing, tweeting, and more. It's simple.
Advocate for change through voting
Voting is the ultimate civic act, and it matters! Many major elections in SF have been decided by fewer than 500 votes.
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Celebrate the beauty of San Francisco
San Francisco is wonderful and we should seek to invest in it and make it even better. SF isn’t a museum- it's an ever-changing city full of amazing people!

Save the Ferris Wheel!

Keep JFK Drive Car-free
Keep JFK Drive Car-free
Just 1.5 miles of road in Golden Gate Park was made safe for everyone to enjoy. Help make it permanent!
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Save 500 homes in place of a parking lot!
Save 500 homes in place of a parking lot!
City Supervisors rejected almost 500 homes that would have been built in place of an underutilized parking lot. Take action to help save badly-needed housing!
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Make the Great Highway a Permanent Park
Make the Great Highway a Permanent Park
Make Great Highway a full-time oceanfront park, not a bypass around the Sunset.
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How the SF Board of Supervisors Works

In a major city like San Francisco, it’s easy to assume that the Mayor runs the show. But San Francisco’s eleven District Supervisors — the City’s legislative body — wield extensive power inside and outside of their immediate jurisdictions.

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