The Miraloma Park Improvement Club (MPIC) is partnering with the City’s Neighborhood Empowerment Network to create a plan to strengthen our community so that during times of stress every resident will feel safe and empowered.
Building on the work of Diamond Heights, who is using the NEN’s Empowered Communities Program to craft their own resilience plans, MPIC hopes to leverage the expertise of organizations such as NERT, Neighborland, Nextdoor, SF PUC and the MIT Urban Risk Lab to offer residents a world class resources to create our own plan.
Our goal is to create a roadmap for us to make smart investments of time and effort now so that we can ensure that if disaster strikes (fires, heat waves & earthquakes) our neighborhood will not only bounce back – but that our most vulnerable neighbors will not experience any unnecessary stress or hardship.
The initiative, called Resilient Miraloma Park, will be a highly focused, professionally facilitated planning process that will generate meaningful outcomes that MPIC will then steward through implementation.
The first meeting will be on June 25th at Cornerstone Trinity Baptist Church (located at Teresita and Arroyo) and is open to any resident who enjoys positive, innovative & policy based planning processes. A light dinner will be served.