Presentations

Sep 27-29 2013 Adaptive Metropolis Conference, 2013 UC Berkeley

http://laep.ced.berkeley.edu/adaptivemetropolis/site/the-event-2/ 

(presentation link? Ask MY first)

Sep 24-26 2014 EcoDistricts Summit, Washington D.C.

http://ecodistrictssummit.org/summit-2014/ 

(presentation link? Ask MY first)

Nov 21-24 2014 American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Annual Meeting, Denver

http://ww5.aievolution.com/asl1401/index.cfm?do=ev.viewEv&ev=1335 

(presentation link? Ask MY first)

May 7-9 2014 ULI Building Healthy Places Exchange, San Francisco

http://sf.uli.org/news/building-healthy-places-innovation-exchange-part-1-san-francisco-bay-area/ 

(presentation link? Ask MY first)

To calculate your total annual assessment, simply multiply your building square footage or lot square footage (depending on the applicable land use) by the respective assessment rate provided in the above chart. 

The goals of a GBD are to:

  1. Improve maintenance of existing parks, open spaces, and the public realm at large;
  2. Build neighborhood capacity to enhance existing and create new, open spaces, parks, and gardens within the public realm
  3. Advocate for the delivery of the City's existing commitments to the neighborhood parks and public realm
  4. Create a more ecologically sustainable urban environment through sidewalk greening and green infrastructure projects that enhance ecological diversity, air quality, and watershed functionality
  5. Create a new model of “open-source” neighborhood-level governance by providing state-of-the-art citizen engagement technology and an accessible and transparent management framework