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Alert & Updates:
SF Launches first High-Volume COVID-19 Vaccination Site

Press release received on 01.22.21


The City will partner with UCSF Health to operate the high-volume vaccination site at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Avenue Campus, which will further ramp up when supply increases.

The launch of the first high-volume vaccination site in San Francisco, which is part of the City’s plan to get as many people vaccinated as soon as possible. The new vaccination site is located at City College of San Francisco’s main campus on Ocean Avenue in the Oceanview, Merced Heights, Ingleside (OMI) neighborhood. This location, which is operated by the City and staffed in partnership with UCSF Health, is the first of three high-volume vaccination sites announced by Mayor Breed last week. 

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Alerts and Updates:
Letter from the Executive Director





Dear Businesses and Stakeholders, 

The Union Square BID remains vigilant in monitoring the latest updates from local, state, and federal authorities surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Our administrative offices at 323 Geary, Suite 203 is open. Union Square BID staff will be working in staggered shifts

We will continue to provide normal levels of cleaning and safety services, however adjustments may need to be made or temporarily shutdown. We will notify members of service level adjustments should that situation occur. 

If your business has closed or plans to close, we highly recommend you retain a security presence if possible at your location to prevent property damage, theft, and looting.  We will continue our patrols but we can not monitor all the businesses and properties in the district at all times. 

The Union Square BID stands by social distancing advisement and travel restrictions in order to flatten the curve and drastically decrease the spread of COVID-19.

The USBID will be offering virtual meetings going forward for members, stakeholders and guests to participate in going forward. Please contact us for more information at

This is a difficult time for all but everyone must remain calm, proactive, and press forward as best we can.

Stay healthy, 
Karin Flood
Executive Director