Graffiti Removal Consent Form

One of the realities of living in any urban area is graffiti. This has been true for thousands of years, unfortunately. And therefore one of the very useful free services that we offer to all merchants, businesses, and property owners in the Lower Polk Community Business District is graffiti removal and abatement. To access this service, simply download a PDF copy of our graffiti removal form, sign it, and then email, fax, mail, or hand-deliver it to our office. Most graffiti removal will be done the same day we get the form.

Mural Release Consent Form

We work with numerous talented mural artists to bring a bit of flair and style to visually bland alleyways and walls. Not only do the murals they create add a bit of art to our “daily mix,” but these murals also help discourage graffiti and encourage foot traffic. This service is completely free to property owners or designated representatives of property owners. If you have ever wanted your outside walls to look really cool, contact us and we will work with our artists to come up with a design that we are sure you will love. To get started, simply fill out this mural release and consent form and schedule a meeting with our Director, who may be contacted at [email protected], or at 415.775.1180.

Request For Bids

Cleaning and Maintenance Services For The Lower Polk Community Benefit District

Bidding Period Opens: January 17, 2023
Bidding Period Closes: February 3, 2023 at 5 PM

Board Meetings

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, our Board Meetings are held via Zoom and dates or times may vary. We expect to get back to a regular schedule, and will post that schedule as soon as it is available. 

Our next meeting date and time will be posted here. 

All meetings are open to the public. If you require accommodations to attend any meeting, please call or text us at 415-775-1180.

Board Member Application

Our Board Member Application may be found here.

Annual Reports

Historical Documents

LPCBD Engineers Report

LPCBD Management Plan

Formation Documents

LPCBD Bylaws