The mayor of San Francisco Edwin Lee has implemented a Central Economic Strategy for revitalizing the region.
The strategy was debated over a 10 month period and will involve a blueprint that will lead to revitalizing, transforming and stabilizing the surrounding area. A Safety Ambassadors Program will also be created to keep the community safe as well. Mayor Lee points out that he looks forward towards the integration of cultured art, the revitalization of small businesses and brand new innovations in the region.
Mayor Lee also states the main goals of the Economic Strategy which is to increase the amount of jobs, help to stabilize the community in San Francisco and improve the lives of the residents.
Much of the art community, technology region and surrounding neighborhoods have looked forward towards the Economic Strategy. The strategy also focuses on key priorities for nonprofit organizations, stakeholders in the community and property owners. The input of the community was conducted through a variety of means such as focus groups, interviews and a variety of surveys that were extensive.
There are ultimately 6 objectives to the Economic strategy. The first objective of the strategy is to implement a strategy to help with the stabilization process of the community. The second objective is to initiate the realm of the public.
The third objective is the focus on the enhancement of the art community. The fourth objective is the reduction process of many vacancies. The fifth objective is the focus on safety in the community in San Francisco. The last objective is to ultimately build a capacity base for the community. The city department and the partners of the private sector will be working together to achieve the objectives as well.
The Central Economic Strategy will help to revitalize the community that is based in San Francisco.