As San Francisco's Central Market improves, companies are giving back to our local community. Companies with a payroll tax exclusion must enter into a Community Benefit Agreement, a binding document that lays out how they will help the area. Zendesk, Twitter, One Kings Lane, Yammer and Zoosk--have already entered into CBAs. More are planned for 2014.
City Administrator Naomi Kelly and representatives from Central Market companies will join neighborhood residents, nonprofit leaders, community stakeholders and local employees to discuss what has worked in the last year and what is planned for 2014. Companies and employees that are not part of a CBA are also invited to learn more about how they can help the area.
There is no cost to attend, but please RSVP since space is limited. Please email Tim.Ho@sfgov.org with any questions.
When & Where
City Administrator's Office
City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly is responsible for entering into Community Benefit Agreements in the Central Market and Tenderloin Area. Appointed by Mayor Edwin M. Lee, Ms. Kelly oversees the City’s General Services Agency consisting of 20 departments, including the Department of Public Works, Department of Technology, Real Estate, County Clerk, 311, Treasure Island, and more. The General Services Agency has an annual budget of over $450 million and approximately 2,100 employees.