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The South Beach | Rincon | Mission Bay neighborhoods (including South Park and parts of SOMA) are full of community-minded folks who are active in a broad range of organizations that shape the quality of life in this area. Every group welcomes new members. Included below are safety- and preparedness-related groups, as well various neighborhood organizations—since these often coalesce in emergencies as very effective team units.


Safety and Preparedness



South Beach NERT Group


Gary Pegueros
, Coordinator

South Beach NERT Yahoo! Group


Southern Station Monthly Captains Meeting


Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6PM.  Location varies.



Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC)


Meets monthly (2nd Tuesday) from  5:30–7:30 PM at City Hall, Room 408.



Southern Station Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB)


Board Members only. Meets monthly (2nd Wednesday.)



Community Patrol USA- SB/R/MB Weekly Crime Activity Report


Distributed by e-mail weekly. Contact Chief Ken Craig




Safety Awareness For Everyone (SAFE)

Sign up for their monthly newsletter


850 Bryant Street, Rm 135

San Francisco, CA 94103




Neighborhood Groups


South Beach | Rincon | Mission Bay Neighborhood Association

SB | R | MB NA meets on the second Monday of each month at the Community Service Room of South Beach Harbor; 6—7 PM

Katy Liddell, President


Mission Bay CAC

The Mission Bay Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meets on the second Thursday of every month at 5.00 PM.  Mission Creek Senior Community, 225 Berry at 4th Street (in the Creek Room accessible from the back by the channel, past the library)

Corinne Woods, President;


Mission Bay Families


Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association


Rincon Hill Dog Park

A San Francisco (dog) park maintained by neighborhood volunteers; at the foot of Bryant St.


South Park Improvement Association

The SPIA meets as needed to provide stewardship for South Park, and provide a forum for issues affecting the neighborhood.


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