Balboa Park Station Community Advisory Committee

Overview

The Balboa Park Community Advisory Committee advises a number of public agencies making improvements to the Balboa Park Station area.

What We Do

 

  • The Balboa Park Community Advisory Committee was established through Board of Supervisors legislation enacted on March 5, 2012, sponsored by Supervisor John Avalos (District 11).  The committee is responsible for advising a number of public agencies making improvements to the Balboa Park Station area.  These agencies include the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, the San Francisco Planning Department, the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).  The BPCAC will meet periodically to provide feedback and ensure that staff are delivering improvements that are timely and of high benefit to the community.

 

COMPOSITION

  • The committee is comprised of nine members that represent the various constituencies that are major stakeholders in the transit area redevelopment.  These interests include that of MUNI riders; BART riders; pedestrians and cyclists; students, faculty and staff of nearby educational institutions; land use or community housing developers; children, youth and their families; as well as the interests of residents that live in the transit station area.

 

 

 

 

Meetings

Reports

News

Notices

Policies

Members

Balboa Park Station Area Citizen Advisory Committee Members

 

CURRENT MEMBERSHIP EFFECTIVE JANUARY 28, 2014

COUNCIL MEMBERS

 

 

Seat

Name

Term Began

  1.  

Muni riders’ interests

VACANT

 
  1.  

BART riders’ interests

Rita Evans (Vice Chair)

January 9, 2013

  1.  

Pedestrians’ and bicyclists’ interests

VACANT

 

  1.  

Students, faculty and staff interests

VACANT

 

  1.  

Senior/disabled community interests

Daniel Weaver

January 9, 2013

  1.  

Land use and housing group

Scott Falcone

January 9, 2013

  1.  

Community and economic development

Gwynn Mackellen

January 28, 2014

  1.  

Youth and families interests

VACANT

 

  1.  

Neighborhood residents’ interests

Robert Muehlbauer (Chair)

January 9, 2013

 

View official vacancy notices here:  http://www.sfbos.org/index.aspx?page=15921