Miraloma Park Improvement Club is deeply concerned for the health and safety of our residents.
Outdoor Dining – Wear Your Face Covering!
On July 1 the San Francisco Department of Public Health updated its Interim Guidance: In-Person Outdoor Dining to strengthen face covering requirements. Look for the “Outdoor Dining” Directive at
• Now, patrons must wear their face coverings while dining outdoors, unless they are eating or drinking.
• Patrons must wear face coverings while seated and any time they leave the table, such as to use a restroom.
• Patrons must be seated and remain seated while eating their meal. Socializing between tables is prohibited. Patrons may only leave the table to use the restroom or pay for their meal.
You Can Bring Your Own Reusable Bags into Stores!
The San Francisco COVID-19 Health Order rules and guidance for businesses were revised to allow customers to bring reusable bags back into stores, provided customers follow specified measures to bag their own items so as to avoid having reusable bags touch employees or check out conveyors.
Stores can remove signs prohibiting reusable bags and post signs welcoming customers to bring their own reusable bags, according to specified measures. Effective July 1, 2020, stores can resume charging for bags provided at checkout at the new rate ($0.25). The new requirement for stores to provide only recyclable paper or certified compostable pre-checkout bags also went into effect July 1. To learn more, go to https://sfenvironment.org/checkout-bag-ordinance.
Shared Schoolyards Reopening July 4th Weekend!
Some SF Unified School District’s shared schoolyards are reopening to the community the July 4th weekend! These schoolyards are reopening: Daniel Webster, Malcolm X, GW Carver, Willie Brown, Hillcrest, Sunnyside, Alvarado, SF Community, Monroe, Cleveland, Rosa Parks, Tenderloin ES, Charles Drew, Redding, and Francisco.
They will offer portable restrooms and handwashing facilities, enhanced cleaning and landscaping, and docents to encourage safe use of the site.
CleanPowerSF’s Reminder: Reduced Energy Rate Programs!
If you have recently lost your job, even if you are receiving unemployment benefits, you may qualify for a reduced energy rate through programs like California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) or Family Electric Rate Assistance (FERA), where households can save 18- 35 percent each month.
Flexible payment plans are available to support CleanPowerSF customers who may need additional time to pay their bill. Call (800) 743-5000 to make payment arrangements.
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SAN FRANCISCO CITY’S COVID-19 WEBSITE
The City’s single site for information about COVID-19 services, benefits, grants to businesses and non-profits, Public Health Orders, MUNI services, etc.
MIRALOMA PARK SENIORS NEEDING NON-MEDICAL SERVICES
Need a Wellness Call or assistance Sheltering in Place? Email email@example.com or call MPIC at 415-322-0211 (non-medical needs only)
SIGN UP TO BE A MIRALOMA PARK COVID-19 VOLUNTEER
If you want to help fellow residents, complete the MPIC COVID-19 Volunteer Response Team Form
GET TEXT ALERTS ABOUT COVID-19 – TEXT COVID19SF to 888-777
SF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 DATA TRACKER
The Data Tracker is updated daily online and includes data about confirmed cases, testing, and hospitalization across the San Francisco health care system.
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