BAYVIEW POLICE - SEE IT, REPORT IT!
The Bayview Police District covers one of the largest areas and includes the southeastern part of the city, extending along the eastern edge of McClaren Park (Cambridge Street) to the Bay and south from Channel Street to the San Mateo County line. The area includes Candlestick and Executive Park which is the focus of major redevelopment efforts right now. The current Station Captain is Captain David Maron. If you have a question or concern you can contact (415) 671-2300.
BAYVIEW NEXTDOOR - KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS
If you want to share with others in the neighborhood we have established a neighborhood-only page using Nextdoor. It’s like Facebook for our neighborhood! NEW - the Bayview Police Station is now posting updates. Get connected!
BRITE - A LIKE-MINDED ORGANIZATION
BRITE, Bayview Residents Improving Their Environment, is a force for change in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. BRITE is a group of committed neighbors, entrepreneurs, activists, artists, and foodies. Since 2011, BRITE has been making Bayview safer, cleaner, and more attractive for residents, visitors, and businesses.
NERT - EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
The San Francisco Fire Department Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT), is a free community-based training program for individuals, neighborhood groups, and community-based organizations, dedicated to a neighbor-helping-neighbor approach.
Through this program, individuals will learn the basics of personal preparedness and prevention as well as skills to act as members of a neighborhood response team.
BAYVIEW HUNTERS POINT CLINIC
ST. PAUL OF THE SHIPWRECK CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Paul of the Shipwreck Catholic Church has served the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco since 1915. The Franciscans, especially known to serve the poor, pledged to minister to California’s diverse ethnic communities. In accord with this mission and history, the Conventual Franciscans accepted the ministry to serve our parish
until June 2015. We provide a Gospel/African American Liturgy, a Spanish Liturgy, and other programs to serve our diverse congregation that is predominantly African American, Hispanic, and Filipino. In addition to our Church ministries, we have been active members of the greater community working for systemic change and reaching out to those in need. Some of our activities included: our Catholic Elementary School education(1950's through 2003) community organizing with the San Francisco Organizing Project to bring $2.5 million to the Bayview Hope House project (housing and job training for homeless), weekly street vigils for peace on the corners of Sunnydale & Hahn in Visitation Valley and on 3rd and Palou, neighborhood Health Fairs, our food pantry
that served over 275 families every week, and our Sports and Arts Academy after school program that provided a safe haven, positive role models and character development programs through arts and sports to over 150 families.