FOR THE RICHMOND.
The Richmond deserves a Supervisor who puts our neighborhood first. We need bold action
and independent leadership that unites people.
This is our moment to
a history of ACTIVISM.
David Lee is a trailblazing Civil Rights Leader.
For over 27 years, he has been at the forefront of lifting minority voices in the Richmond. As Executive Director of the Chinese American Voters Education Committee, David has been a frontline organizer in fighting for racial justice, tenant rights, and economic empowerment.
for his years of working for social justice.
As a young woman of color
I want my Supervisor to include diverse voices at City Hall. And I know the Richmond can count on David to bring diverse representation to city government.
we can make
Real change happen.
As Supervisor, I will focus on the issues that
matter: Increasing AffordableHousing,
Expanding Healthy SF, Finding Real Solutions to Homelessness, and Building an Underground Tunnel on Geary for a MUNI or BART line.
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COVID-19 RICHMOND UPDATE
San Francisco is now in Phase 2b of its reopening. This outlines the types of businesses that are currently permitted to be open. There are still many types of businesses that project an opening date in the future.
DELAYED OPENING Monday, June 29: hair salons, barbers, museums, zoos, tattoo parlors, massage establishments, nail salons and outdoor bars. You can read more about the delay to re-opening these businesses here.
BUSINESSES NOW OPEN
Most Indoor Retail
Outdoor Museums and Historical Sites
Outdoor or Curbside Retail
Services With Minimal Contact (e.g. shoe repair, dog grooming, etc.)
Private Household Indoor Services
Outdoor Exercise Classes
Professional Sports Games with No Spectators
Non-Emergency Medical Appointments
RICHMOND MERCHANT UPDATE
A message from Captain Jean from the Richmond Station: If you are a merchant and decide to board up your store fronts, please make sure Richmond Station has the proper information needed for who to contact to respond to the business in an emergency.