There’s a community safety meeting happening tomorrow evening, Thursday, February 25, at 6 pm at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center. Neighbor Barbara Bagot-Lopez has the details:
Many neighbors participated in the community safety meeting hosted by the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center on January 28th. This week’s meeting will include follow-up reports on the property crimes and assaults that have occurred in Bernal, “Hot Spot” walk update, and progress on the Holladay Avenue Caltrans property. Captain McFadden from the Ingleside Police Station and Supervisor Campos and staff will be there. In addition, DPW and PUC will be on hand to shed some light on how to improve lighting in the neighborhood.
These Bernal community meetings will be held monthly on the last Thursday of each month. Be there or be square!
Thursday, Feb. 25th at 6:00 pm
at the BHNC, 515 Cortland
On a related note, the valiant Neighbor Sarah encourages Bernal residents to take this Hot Spot Survey to identify incident-prone areas in Bernal Heights that require attention. She explains:
At the last community meeting at the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center, we are once again collecting tips on crime/safety “hot spots” in the neighborhood. These will be reported back to the police, and they will be included on upcoming “hot spot walks” with SFPD, Supervisor Campos’s office, and DPW, where we look at the problem areas and collaborate to solve the problems.
Paper forms can be picked up at the BHNC, but here is an online survey to fill out.
Note: Please submit your responses by Monday, Feb. 29.
PHOTO: Capt. Joseph McFadden at BHNC, Oct. 20, 2015 by Telstar Logistics