Neighborhood Concerns – Who should I call?

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For Gateway Apartments issues and requests

If you have an issue such as heat, hot water, laundry, trash, or maintenance items at The Gateway proper, visit the Gateway Resident Services page and file a request.  This is the very fastest way to get your issue resolved.

Neighborhood Concerns – Who should I call?

Do you find the condition of our neighborhood unacceptable? A recent Nextdoor post showed how to make a difference. Here is an excerpt:

Call 911 when a person is

  • a danger to self or others, is experiencing a medical or psychological emergency
  • committing a crime (selling/doing illegal drugs, lewd behavior/nudity, theft etc)

    Call 311 or non emergency police number (415) 553-0123 to

  • provide well-being checks for people not in imminent danger but who need help
  • report tents/encampments, aggressive panhandling/behavior, people blocking sidewalks/ entrances
  • file a noise complaint or submit a public service request

    Use the 311 app and Twitter @SF311 to

  • reinforce 311 and police calls with helpful photos and messages
  • report Syringes/drug paraphernalia, human waste, garbage/debris etc.You can also contact your supervisor and the mayor with your concerns

Aaron Peskin

District 3
(415) 554-7450 aaron.Peskin@sfgov.org
Twitter: @AaronPeskin

Mayor London Breed

(415) 554-6141 MayorLondondBreed@sfgov.org
Twitter: @LondonBreed