Neighborfest Returns to the Streets of San Francisco!

About Neighborfest

 

Sign-up Today for the 2016 Neighborfest Block Party Program and Get Your SFMTA Fees Waived: Deadline is Friday June 24th!

 

There is no better way to celebrate community than to host a good old fashion Block Party. That’s why the Neighborhood Empowerment Network is proud to run the Neighborfest Block Party program again for the second year.

By signing up for the program you’ll get the following:

  • The $167.00 fee that the SFMTA charges for a block party will be paid for on your behalf
  • A toolkit that gives you a step by step approach on how to organize your community to produce the best block party ever!
  • The NEN team will come out the day of the event and run a fun workshop with attendees called “Map Your Resilientville” that helps lay the foundation for your community to create a local disaster plan
  • The chance to have representatives from SFFD’s NERT, SFPD ALERT, SF SAFE’s Neighborhood Watch come to your event and raise awareness of their programs
  • The chance to celebrate what’s great about their community!
  • To learn more about this program, download your application, review the toolkit and see photos from last year’s Neighborfests, visit… http://empowersf.org/neighborfest/

 

Neighborfest is a program supported by the Mayor’s Office, City Administrator’s Office, SF SAFE, SF NERT, SF ALERT, The Department of Emergency Management, The Bay Area Red Cross and Recology.













Connected communities are safer communities and there is no better way to meet your neighbors and build strong relationships than with a good old fashion block party. This year SAFE is honored to partner with NERT and the rest of the Neighborhood Empowerment Network to launch the Neighborfest Block Party Program here in San Francisco.

How Do I Participate?


To participate you must meet the following requirements:

  • Follow the step by step process outlined in the toolkit for building your team, assigning roles and implementing your block party plan. Click here to download a copy of the toolkit, or see the “Documents” section below
  • Host your Block Part during the months of September or October 2016
  • Allow representatives from agencies such as the SF Fire Department’s Neighborhood Emergency Response Team, SAFE and The Department of Emergency Management to table at your event and help raise awareness in your community about these important programs
  • Attend a Neighborfest Host Training Workshop
  • Submit completed Neighborfest Application Form by Friday, June 24th. Click here to download a copy of the application, or see the “Downloadable Documents” section below
  • Submit a completed SFMTA Block Party Applications Form by Friday, June 24th. Click here to download a copy of the application, or see the “Downloadable Documents” section below

Please fax completed applications to the Neighborhood Empowerment Network at (415) 554-4849 and call 554 7114 to let us know you’ve sent a fax) or email them to Daniel Homsey at daniel.homsey@sfgov.org.

For questions regarding this program, please contact SAFE Program Manager – Irina Chatsova at (415) 553-1982 or NEN Director Daniel Homsey at (415) 554-7114

 

Please see the “Downloadable Documents” section below for all necessary forms.

Downloadable Documents


All applications must be submitted to the NEN – not the SFMTA – also the application at the end of the toolkit is outdated – please use the document below.



Neighborfest
Host Toolkit

Neighborfest
Application

SFMTA
Application