sf.citi SUPPORTS TECH POLICY SOLUTIONS TO IMPROVE SAN FRANCISCO

We are sf.citi, the tech trade association of San Francisco. We empower the San Francisco technology community to have a voice in local tech policy decisions and collaborate with leaders in government on solving local issues. Founded in 2012, we are committed to building cross-sector conversation between the City’s tech, nonprofit, and political communities. We drive innovative policy solutions and develop social impact partnerships to address longstanding issues facing San Francisco.

COVID-19 UPDATES

sf.citi compiled a list of resources from San Francisco tech companies — and sf.citi members — to help people, organizations, and businesses navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about these tech resources and the latest COVID-19 updates in San Francisco, the Bay Area, and California.

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RESOURCES

Learn all about San Francisco politics by reading SF Politics 101, the ultimate guide to San Francisco government. You will find information about San Francisco’s legislative process, the nuances of San Francisco elections, and even a San Francisco City organizational chart.

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POLICY AGENDA

At the beginning of the year, sf.citi sets a policy agenda outlining the tech policy areas that matter most to sf.citi and our members. Read our latest policy goals and commitments around workforce development, the digital divide, housing, homelessness, and more in San Francisco.

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.@sfmta_muni Director of Transportation @jeffreytumlin asks that #tech companies partner with public transit agencies and understand the difference between user convenience and efficiency of the overall system. #TheCovid19Effect

What will @sfmta_muni look like after shelter in place? #SF Director of Transportation @jeffreytumlin says it will be up to passengers to respect #physicaldistancing guidelines on public transit. #TheCovid19Effect

“We have to bring trust back to public transit and joy back to cities to make urbanism work.” - @jeffreytumlin of @sfmta_muni #TheCovid19Effect

#SF Director of Transportation @jeffreytumlin says @sfmta_muni will lose over $200 million between now and the end of June due to #COVID19. To stabilize financially, the agency & @sfbos are looking into #congestionpricing. #TheCovid19Effect

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