The USBID continues to provide clean and safe services to the district under the City & County of San Francisco’s updated Shelter-In-Place policy. For more information about curb-side pick-up, click here.
Cleaning & Safety Services
[Effective 6/04/2020] Member Services is now resumed to 6:30am – 10:30pm daily, with Overnight Security Services available between 10:00pm – 6:00am. Clean and safe ambassadors will operate between 5:30am – 11:30pm. Pressure washing and the ATLV will operate between 9:00pm – 5:30am daily. To report a clean or safe incident between 6:30am – 10:30pm, please contact Member Services at 415-781-4456 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To report a safe incident between 10:00pm – 6:00am, please contact Legion Security at 415-724-2909 and mention your membership with the USBID.
[As of 7/29/2020] The City & County of San Francisco is currently in Phase 2b (Zoo) of the re-opening plan. Business hours may be affected. Please check local listings. Retailers open for touchless shopping and restaurants open for take-out are available. Continue practicing social distancing and maintaining property safety protocols like hand washing and wearing a facial mask. We look forward to seeing you soon. For on-going San Francisco alerts, text: COVID19SF to 888-777.
San Francisco School of Needlework and Design
Monday - Saturday 9:30AM - 4:30PM
2018 Holiday Closures:
President’s Day, February 19
Memorial Day, May 28
Labor Day, September 3
Independence Day, July 3 & 4
Thanksgiving, November 22-24
Christmas & New Year, December 24-January 1
SFSNAD is a nonprofit hand embroidery school located on Union Square, SF.
Our mission is to promote and share the knowledge and history of hand embroidery and needlework to ensure its future as a valued art form.
Every Wednesday and Second Saturday, we hold free Stitch-ins for the public. Anyone can bring a needlework or art project, commune in our space, peruse our library of over 3,000 volumes, and build community.
Every third Wednesday, we hold $10 Lunch & Learn lectures led by local artists and historians of needlework.
Anyone in the world can join our Stitch-at-Home Challenges - triannual needlework exhibitions, free and open to all.