2017 Livability Awards – Thursday September 21, 2017
You’re invited to join us as we honor San Francisco’s most dedicated livability advocates who work at the intersection of land-use, environment, public health, and social equity in the Bay Area.
You’ll enjoy great food, drink and company at this year’s annual fundraising event, to be held at the Green Room in the War Memorial with an expected attendance of 300 movers and shakers from the public, nonprofit, and private sectors. Support Livable City’s mission and join the region’s political, government, and business communities in celebrating this year’s distinguished honorees: Dennis Herrera – San Francisco City Attorney, CCDC – Chinatown Community Development Center, Nature in the City, Literacy for Environmental Justice, and the Wild Oyster Project.
Awards Ceremony tickets are $50. VIP Reception + Awards Ceremony tickets are at $75 each, with only a limited supply available.
***** SCHEDULE *****
Thursday, September 21, 2017
VIP Cocktail Reception: 5:30 – 6:30
Livability Awards: 6:30 – 9:30
To learn more about Livability Awards sponsorship opportunities contact: Erika@livablecity.org.
Livable City would like to thank our event sponsors: The Green Fairy Fund, Google, Robin Chiang & Company, le Cupboard, Build Group, Nick Josefowitz, Marc Babsin & Marianne David, Wisfe Aish, OFO, David Baker Architects, Stamats Communications Inc., Martin Building Company, Kodorski Architects, XL Construction, Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, Mithun Solomon, Emerald Fund, Solomon Cordwell Buenz, Plant Construction, San Francisco Giants, Trammell Crow Residential, Herczeg + Tobias Architects, Clark Construction, José Campos, Juan Jurado, Bi-Rite, Arlequin Wine Merchant, Boulevard Brewing, Brewery Ommegang and Duvel.
MISSION // We work to create a San Francisco of great streets and complete neighborhoods, where walking, bicycling, and transit are the best choices for most trips, where public spaces are beautiful, well-designed, and well-maintained, and where housing is more plentiful and more affordable.