South San Francisco, CA November 5, 2015
Come join in with the Community Preservation Task Force and be part of something bigger than yourself as you take part in the South San Francisco Bay Trail clean up on November 14th at 9am to 1pm. Volunteers will be meeting at the Oyster Point Marina Parking lot. Participating high school students are also able to earn community service hours while making a difference.
Recently we have had more marine life come into our channels and canals, most popular have been the dolphins. By working together to keep our bay front clean from litter we know we are creating a healthy environment for these incredible creatures.
The Community Preservation Task Force (CPTF) was formed in 2002 under the South San Francisco Fire Department as part of a joint effort to bring attention, and help, to areas that were becoming blighted. SSFFD is the lead department due to its responsibility for code enforcement. The mission statement is simple;
“To protect the quality of life, property values and the environment for residents and businesses of South San Francisco. This will be accomplished by insuring compliance with policies, codes, rules, regulations, and permits in a proper, timely fashion within the limits of the law.”
The community is invited to the monthly CPTF meetings which take place on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:30 in the Betty Weber Room at the MSB, 33 Arroyo Drive. For more information contact Tom.Carney@ssf.net Phone 650/867.5130
To read more about the work CPTF has done please CLICK HERE