Welcome to Resilient Miraloma Park

 Launched in 2014, the Resilient Miraloma Park initiative is a community-driven disaster planning program. Building on the framework of the City’s Empowered Communities Program, the residents of Miraloma Park created a steering committee that organized a series of five workshops that educated community members about the risks their community faced as well as offered exercises that helped generate goals and objectives for the community to follow in the years to come. 

Vision 

 Miraloma Park is an energetic and engaged community where everyone can live healthy safe lives and be surrounded by networks rich in trust and reciprocity. During times of stress, our community comes together to support each other like a family with a focus on addressing the needs of the vulnerable populations, visitors, and residents of Miraloma Park. As a result of ongoing community stewardship, Miraloma Park is a closer and more connected neighborhood.

Mission

The Resilient Miraloma Park Executive Steering Committee, supported by the Miraloma Park Improvement Club, will be responsible for achieving the goals and objectives outlined in the annual Resilient Action Plan.

Goals

Individual

Every resident has the capacity to care for themselves, and their neighbors, during times of stress.

Organizational

The businesses, non-profits and community organizations of Miraloma Park have the capacity to support both the needs of their existing and emerging audiences during times of stress.

Community

The Miraloma Park Community has the collective capacity to respond to challenges in a manner that reflects the goals and priorities of its residents and stakeholder organizations.

2017 Initiatives and Projects

Care and Shelter Working Group

Families with Children Working Group

First Aid Training

Click here for more information and to register for First Aid Training.

NERT

2017 Reports and Maps

Miraloma Park HUB Boundary Map

Miraloma Park Neighborhood Map

2017-2018 Resilient Action Plan
Upcoming Events

Block Champion

The NEN Block Champion Program is part of a comprehensive effort to identify both existing and emerging leaders and provide them with the programs, resources and technical support to both address the day to day challenges before them as well as contribute to preparing our City to thrive in a new world climatically.

Nested in the NEN’s Empowered Communities Program, and building on the success of the 2017 Neighborfest Campaign, the Block Champion Program will generate an essential layer of connection and capacity at the community level that we as a municipality will need to advance our mitigation, preparedness, response and restoration / recovery strategies. See more about the Block Champion Program here.

Neighborfest

The 2017 Neighborfest Program offers Host Committees an end-to-end experience that empowers them to pull off the best block party their neighbors have ever attended. This year’s Neighborfest program is the ultimate resource for building a stronger, more connected community. We are no longer accepting applications for 2017 Neighborfest. Click here to visit the Neighborfest website and learn more about our program.

HUB Member Development

Accomplishments

NERT Training

Our Community HUB

The HUB

The HUB initiative supports neighborhoods as they create community-based networks of organizations that advance the overall preparedness of communities across San Francisco.

A national conversation has begun which points to the importance of creating strategies for local organizations and residents to assume lifesaving responsibilities in the event of a disaster. These activities include search and rescue, mass feeding, and supporting people sheltering in place.

Click here to learn more about our HUB program.

 HUB Members

HUB Members are a vital part of each community’s HUB development. Each member is a member of the community or a partner institution that has shown an interest in and dedication to advancing the resilience of the OMI community.

Alicia Chu
Daniel Homsey
Barbara Wheeler
Brenda Leo
Ann Marie Murtagh
Bryan Forman
Gary Isaacson
Guido Van Rijun
Dean Dyer
Jennifer Frank
Jean Perata
Helen Archer-Duste
Justin Ryckenbusch
Viviene Antal
Joanie Van Rijin
Laura Lison
Karen Eood
Justin Sharm
Luise Custer
Linda Pillips
Leo Gilreath
Randy Chang
Partibha Tekky
Mary Chris Vallario 
Shashey Lyn
Robert Sutton
Robert Gee
Miraloma Park Executive Steering Committee

Daniel Homsey

Robert Gee

Luise Custer

Bill Kan

Bill Jeong

Jennifer Frank

Guido Van Rijn

Joanie Van Rijn

Jean Perata

Resilient Miraloma Park Partners

Get Involved

Attend a Meeting

A priority of Resilient Miraloma Park is to foster an inclusive and transparent information-sharing process. As such, we encourage Miraloma Park community members, stakeholders, partners, and interested parties to attend upcoming Resilient Miraloma Park Working Group Meetings on the second Wednesday of the month from 5:3opm-7:00pm at Miraloma Park Improvement Club

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