Mark your calendars for an important Fire Safety Presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 31 at the Gateway Theatre (formerly Eureka Theatre), 215 Jackson St. Inspector Fernando Juarez of the San Francisco Fire Department will give tenants essential information on fire prevention and dealing with a fire emergency.
GGTA has been working on hosting a fire safety event ever since a fire broke out in the garbage chute in Vista South on January 16, 2017. Tenants had numerous questions about procedures and fire safety, which will be addressed by Gateway management in this presentation.
Thank you to the management of the Gateway Apartments and Townhomes for sponsoring this event, which was organized by the Golden Gateway Tenants Association, and to 42nd Street Moon, the new management of the theater.
This information is particularly timely given the recent fatal fires at residential high-rises in London and Honolulu. Another high-rise fire happened this month at the unfortunately named 84-story Torch Tower in Dubai; it was the second time in two years that the building was aflame. There were no immediate reports of injuries there. Let’s all pitch in to make sure that in case of a fire at the Gateway, everyone is safe.
What: Essential information on fire prevention, dealing with a fire emergency, fire procedures and fire safety
Who: Inspector Fernando Juarez of the San Francisco Fire Department and Gateway management will speak; all Gateway residents are urged to attend (no RSVP required)
When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31
Where: Gateway Theatre (formerly Eureka Theatre), 215 Jackson St.