PRESENTING sf.citi’s 2021 ANNUAL REPORT
We are pleased to present the 2021 sf.citi Annual Report, which details all of our work with San Francisco tech, policy, and community leaders during this incredibly hectic year. The second year of the pandemic gave us plenty to be hopeful about with the vaccine deployment, but it also provided us with even more questions about the future. With that in mind, sf.citi focused much of our time and energy on tracking the pandemic’s impact on the tech ecosystem and supporting programs and policies to spur San Francisco’s recovery. We also made it a priority to support our community, whether through virtual volunteering events or shoutouts in our newsletter.
GET INVOLVED AND GIVE BACK THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
The holiday season is a special time of year filled with joy and festivities with our family, friends, and colleagues. The holiday season is also a good reminder to spread that holiday cheer to the many people in our community who need it most. In San Francisco alone, there are a variety of in-person and remote volunteer opportunities to participate in this holiday season. Find out below how you can lend a helping hand and make the holidays a little brighter in San Francisco.
CALIFORNIA REIMPOSES A UNIVERSAL INDOOR MASK MANDATE
With cases of the fast-spreading omicron variant rapidly increasing across the country and the holidays right around the corner, California state officials reimposed a universal indoor mask mandate in public settings until at least January 15. This means that all residents—regardless of vaccination status— must wear a mask indoors at public places. San Francisco and a few other Bay Area counties, however, received an exemption by the state to keep their current masking guidelines and allow fully vaccinated people to remain maskless in public settings like offices and gyms with 100 or fewer people.
DID YOU KNOW?
Last month, President Biden passed a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. This means Bay Area leaders will receive hundreds of billions of dollars to improve infrastructure and address critical needs throughout the region. Explore some of the projects coming to Bay Area communities here.