Heat Weather Advisory This Weekend (Sept 1st – Sept 4th)

Dear Miraloma Park Residents,

The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for San Francisco. Temperatures are expected to be as high as 90 degrees over the next several days. Hot temperatures will create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible especially for older adults, children, people who are sick as well as pets. Please see information below from the National Weather Service.

National Weather Service – San Francisco

Please note that weather predictions can change so listen for weather information on the radio or TV and check the link above for the most current National Weather Service information.

Remember, to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, wear light clothing and a hat if you go outside, avoid strenuous activity, and check on your neighbors friends and family members-especially those who live alone. Prepare for the heat by pulling the shades down during the day and keeping the windows open at night. For relief from the heat, consider visiting a community center, movie theater, congregation, public library, swimming pool, local recreation center or shaded park. For more information please refer to the following:

Extreme Heat FAQs

Heat Wave_Multilingual

Have a safe and healthy Labor Day Weekend.

Best regards,

Miraloma Park Improvement Club

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Miraloma Park residents are welcomed to attend the monthly MPIC meetings.

Miraloma Park residents are welcomed to attend the monthly MPIC meetings. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month except July. They start at 7 PM and are held at the MPIC Clubhouse on 350 O’Shaughnessy Boulevard. The next two MPIC meetings will start with the following guest speakers. Discussion of regular MPIC matters follow the guest speakers.

June 1, 2017
Guest speaker Suzanne Gautier of SF Public Utilities Commission will speak about the SF Ground Water Project. Come learn about the program on mixing of drinking water from Hetch Hetchy with local ground water. Time for Q&A will follow.

Miraloma Park Improvement Club to partner with the SF Fire Department: NERT Training

As a result of the Resilient Miraloma Park planning process, the Miraloma Park Improvement Club is proud to partner with the SF Fire Department and Cornerstone Trinity Baptist Church in sponsoring the first Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) Training in our neighborhood since 2008.

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