SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor Mike Farrell revealed on Monday, February 26 that he is inviting San Francisco residents to participate in two monthly “Open Door Chats” to discuss with the Mayor problems that are important to them.
“I believe the Mayor’s Office should be transparent, open and accessible to all San Francisco residents”, said Mayor Farrell. “During my time as Mayor I want to get to the heart of the issues and I want my work to be guided by what is impacting the lives of our residents on a day-to-day basis.”
“Open Door Chats” will start on Friday, March 2 and continue on the first and third Fridays of every month from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Residents will be able to go to City Hall and sit down with Mayor Farrell for a 10-minute appointment. Each meeting will be chosen through a lottery process and will be scheduled based on the constituent’s time preferences. San Francisco residents can schedule a chat with Mayor Farrell at: http://bit.ly/mayorfarrell.