Help Stop the Displacement of Neighborhood Community Services, Arts and PDR Small Businesses

New development and skyrocketing rents are demolishing space and displacing our community service providers, artists and art studios, and production, distribution and repair (PDR) small businesses like furniture makers and auto repair shops. We have lost 1,000,000 feet of PDR space in the last five years alone. Current development plans threaten an additional 1,786,267 feet of PDR space.

We face a catastrophic and irreversible loss of the spaces that make our City the place we love. Prop X requires developers to replace the community services, arts and PDR spaces they convert or demolish with new spaces restricted to the same use.

By passing Prop X we can help preserve our City’s neighborhood character and affordability by:

  • Keeping service providers, arts and PDR small businesses in the neighborhoods where they’ve always been
  • Helping to preserve and create hundreds of middle class jobs
  • Promoting long-term affordability by providing incentives to keep rents down

YES on X to Protect the Best of San Francisco Before It’s Too Late!

Join Supervisors Jane Kim, David Campos, Aaron Peskin, Norman Yee, Eric Mar, London Breed and John Avalos, neighborhood artists, small businesses, community service providers AND MANY MORE in voting YES on Prop X on November 8!

Join Us!

Prop X is endorsed by a broad coalition, including:

San Francisco Democratic Party
San Francisco Green Party
Former Assembymember Tom Ammiano
Supervisor Jane Kim
Supervisor Aaron Peskin
Supervisor David Campos
Supervisor London Breed
Supervisor Norman Yee
Supervisor John Avalos
Supervisor Eric Mar
Former Supervisor Bevan Dufty
Planning Commission Vice President Dennis Richards*
Former Planning Commissioner Dennis Antenore
Former Planning Commissioner Douglas Engmann*
Former Planning Commissioner Hisashi Sugaya
Former Planning Commissioner Cindy Wu
City College of San Francisco Board President Rafael Mandelman
City College of San Francisco Trustee Brigitte Davila
San Francisco School Board Member Sandra Lee Fewer
San Francisco Bay Guardian
San Francisco Bay View
San Francisco Examiner
Sing Tao
Affordable Housing Alliance
Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition
Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods (CSFN)
Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO)
Cultural Action Network (CAN)
Cultural Space Coalition
District 8 Progressive Democrats
FDR Democratic Club
Filipino American Development Foundation
Glide Memorial Church
Grow Potrero Responsibly
Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club
Latin@ Young Democrats of San Francisco
Manila town Heritage Foundation
Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)
Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc.
New Avenues Democratic Club
Noe Valley Tenants
Potrero Hill Democratic Club
Richmond District Democratic Club
San Francisco Berniecrats
San Francisco Black Leadership Forum
San Francisco for Democracy
San Francisco Human Services Network (HSN)
San Francisco Latino Democratic Club
San Francisco Tenants Union
San Francisco Women’s Political Committee (SFWPC)
Sierra Club
South of Market Community Action Network (SOMCAN)
Take Action SF
TODCO Group
United to Save the Mission[people.power.Media] A Ray Studio
Andover Street Archives
Asian Improv aRts
Bindlestiff Studio
British Grocery Studios
Broke-Ass Stuart
Hospitality House
Humphrey Slocombe
Kearny Street Workshop
Living Sound Productions
Louis Pépin Photo
Mojo Theatre San Francisco
Pacific Felt Factory
Selvavision LLC
Social Imprints
SOMArts
Wendy Earl Productions
Yerba Buena Neighborhood Consortium
Mari Eliza
Jon Jang, Pianist/Composer
Krissy Keefer, Dance Brigade’s Dance Mission Theater*
Hope Mohr, Hope Mohr Dance*
UC Student Trustee Paul Monge
Rebeka Rodriguez, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts*
Karen Runk, San Francisco Mime Troupe*
Suneetha Venigalla, Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST)*

and many, many more!

*organization for identification purposes only