The Fix-It Team was created in 2016 by the late Mayor Ed Lee to improve the quality of life in San Francisco’s neighborhoods by collaborating with residents to identify and address critical cleanliness and safety issues. By coordinating directly with city departments, the Fix-It team is committed to delivering city services better and faster.
Collectively, the Team’s background includes Public Works, 311, Planning and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development. The Team values first-hand experience and strong community relationships, which is why they spend a great deal of time within the Fix-It Zones meeting with residents, hosting neighborhood walks and organizing community cleanups. The Fix-It Team partners with residents, organizations like the GBD and DNA and city agencies to implement action plans established in each of the Fix-It Zones.
The Fix-It Team has added key GBD priorities to the target list – cleanup of the 280 ramp area at Indiana and 25th; extra attention to areas prone to graffiti and dumping, street cleaning along Iowa and other freeway verges, removal of dead trees, better security at the old police station, etc.
The target list and the status of City department responses is posted below.