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Covid-19 Resources

Dear Neighbors,

Since the shelter in place order was announced by the Mayor, the ASNA Board has been working on ways to support our community through this challenging time. In compliance with the order issued by the San Francisco Dept. of Public Health and CDC, please be sure to maintain at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and people you encounter when leaving your home. 
We’ve compiled informative resources, as well as some creative and uplifting neighborhood actions, to remind you that we will all get through this, together.

The Coronavirus explained. Great informational video for all ages

Support our Divisadero Merchants!
Many of our Divisadero merchants are still open for business and doing a fantastic job of providing services to the neighborhood during this difficult time. If you have the ability, please try to continue to support our merchants in the upcoming weeks and beyond. Many of them are experiencing extraordinary hardship and it is up to all of us to help keep them afloat through this crisis.

  • 4505 BBQ: Open for pick-up and delivery. Normal hours in effect.
  • Bean Bag Cafe: Take out only and can order postmates/grubhub
  • Bi-Rite: Open 9am-8pm and restricting customer volume inside
  • Bob’s Donuts: Open for pick-up
  • Brenda’s Meat and Three: Open for pick-up and delivery. Normal hours in effect.
  • Che Fico + Alimentari: Open for pick-up and delivery. Normal hours in effect.
  • Comix Experience: Curbside and mail order of comics and graphic novels. No walk-ups but call the store at 415-863-9258 or email divisadero@comixexperience.com to make arrangements.
  • El Rancho Grande: Open for to-go from 10am-10pm
  • Faletti’s:Open and restricting customer volume inside
  • Fool’s Errand: Walk-up wine and beer available. 
  • Hahdough Bakery: Open Wednesday – Sunday from 8:30am- ~2pm
  • Josey Baker Bread: Open 8am-2pm with fresh bread, coffee drinks, milk, oat milk, eggs, butter, yogurt, avocados for take-out.
  • Little Star Pizza: Open for take-out and 3rd party delivery only; closing nightly at 9pm.
  • Green Earth / Corner Stores: Open
  • Madrone Art Bar: closed; https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-madrone-staff-survive-the-shutdown
  • Nopa and Nopalito (on Broderick) are still offering to-go meals kits,  some prepared food and beer & wine through our restaurants. Nopalito has cocktails to go – margaritas, micheladas, tequila, mezcal. Gift cards available online.
  • Oasis Cafe: Open for takeout
  • Primo Pizza: Open for pick-up and delivery. Normal hours in effect.
  • Popeyes: Open for pick-up and delivery. Normal hours in effect.
  • Powder Shaved Snow: Open for take-out and Postmates delivery. Tuesday-Friday 3pm-9pm. Weekends 1pm-9pm.
  • Rare Device: Twice a week curbside pick-ups on Wednesdays and Fridays from 2-4 at Rare Device. Order online and choose curbside pick-up as an option. Encouraging gift card purchases.
  • RT Rotisserie: NoPa open for delivery and pickup daily from 12pm-8pm; Hayes Valley location temporarily closed.
  • Sightglass Coffee: Open for walk-up window orders 8am-3pm, modified coffee menu + whole bean orders
  • The Little Chihuahua: Open for pick-up and delivery through Caviar or via www.TheLittleChihuahua.com. 11am – 9pm 7 days a week.
  • The Matching Half: Open 8a m-2pm for to-go purchases of coffee, essentials, bulk coffee, organic milk, eggs, coffee filters. Support employees @ www.fundly.com/support-our-amazing-employees 
  • The Mill: Open 8am-2pm with fresh bread, coffee drinks, milk, oat milk, eggs, butter, yogurt, avocados for take-out.
  • The Page: Cocktails in jar and beer growlers for sale via https://thepagebar.square.site/; walk to pick up.
  • The Postal Chase #4 – Open from 10 am-4 pm Mon-Fri & Sat 11am-4pm. 20% off Fedex Air for essential shipments. 
  • That’s My Jam: eggs, bread, cheese all for sale
  • Topo Designs: Closed until April 7; shop online at http://www.topodesigns.com 
  • Tsunami: Open for pick up and delivery Wednesday through Saturday 5-8pm. Food menu to-go menu which can be ordered through Caviar, phone (415 567 7664) or in person.  We also offer Sake, Wine, Beer and Shochu bottles with a 25% discount. Cocktails ” to go”.
  • Vinyl: Open for pick-up and delivery. Normal hours in effect. 
  • Wholesome Bakery: Open from 10 am – 4 pm for take out limited grab & go items. Can shop online and have shipped.

Other ways to support SF businesses, and each other!
Check out these amazing ways San Franciscans are activating to support their community! ❤️

Save our Faves Website

Together SF

Small Business Assistance
If you are a business owner in need of information about small business loans, paid leave, and deferred taxes, please visit  www.oewd.org/corona . If your hours of operation have been reduced as a result of the corona virus closures, you can file an unemployment claim with the California EDD.

District 5 Essential Services 
Essential services are defined as grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies and dispensaries, hardware stores, and other critical city departments like the Department of Health and Department of Public Works. Please see the map below or click the link to get a real time map of available essential services.

Map of District 5 Essential Services

SFUSD Students
The San Francisco Unified School District is providing free meals to all children 18 years old and younger throughout the closure of SF district schools.  Students in need will be able to pick up breakfast, lunch, dinner, fresh fruit, vegetables, shelf stable meals, and milk to take home. No identification or proof of school enrollment is required but a child must be present. Families will not need to enter the school building for food pick-up.
Meal Distribution Times: 9am-10am, Monday through Friday
District 5 Locations:

  • Rosa Park Elementary School; 1501 O’Farrell street
  • Wallenberg High School (just outside District 5)

Additional Meal Distribution Locations can be found here: SFUSD MEAL DISTRIBUTION LIST

Technology Gap:
30% of SFUSD students are still without access to a home computer or don’t have reliable internet access at home. SFUSD is working quickly to close this gap so that students don’t fall behind in school as the shelter in place order continues. To access learning resources for students at home please visit SFUSD here

Childcare for Frontline Responders:
Public Libraries and Recreation facilities will act as Emergency Child Care Centers. Beginning March 16th through March 31st, San Francisco Recreation and Park’s recreation facilities will serve children of parents working on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak and low-income families. 
Parents on the front line include: San Francisco-based hospital staff, Department of Public Health employees, and activated Disaster Service Workers.

The San Francisco Public Library will provide homework help and educational enrichment for youth grades 6-12, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Office of Early Care and Education will continue to provide support and guidance for existing private childcare providers for children 0-5. Additional information can be found by clicking here.

Transportation: SFMTA & BART Service
Through the ongoing CoVid-19 public health emergency, SFMTA will be making important changes to operations. Service changes include but are not limited to:

  • Modified MUNI service
  • Paratransit guidance
  • Parking enforcement
  • Parking Garage Operations including facility closures
  • Temporary ‘fees and fines’ adjustments

As the situation evolves you can stay up to date by visiting SFMTA here

Bay to Breakers Statement Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

2020 Bay to Breakers postponed to September 20 

“Following further discussions with the City and County of San Francisco surrounding the escalating COVID-19 outbreak, we have made the decision to postpone Bay to Breakers to September 20, 2020. The health and safety of our participants, staff and volunteers is our utmost priority, and we are grateful to the City for their flexibility and assistance in selecting this new date to ensure this legacy event takes place for the 109th consecutive year.”

❤️ We’re in this together! ❤️

The covered storefronts on Divis were looking a bit drab, so a team of ASNA board members took physically distant action. They contacted the building’s owner and a local high school artist, to have inspiring messages painted on the boarded up windows of Tsunami restaurant at Fulton & Divisadero.  If you would like to contribute to future neighborhood relief efforts, you can make a PayPal donation below.

Thank you, Neighbors!

Stay home, stay safe, stay healthy, and help lift up your neighbors during this challenging time. Thank you! 

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