SHELTER-IN-PLACE (through at least May 3rd (likely longer)) WHAT WILL STILL BE OPEN?
Essential services like health care operations
Pharmacies, grocery stores, farmers' markets, convenience stores, food banks and the like.
Businesses that provide food, shelter & social services
Gas stations and auto repair shops
Plumbers, electricians and exterminators
Mailing and shipping services
Educational institutions are allowed, as long as social distancing is practiced.
Laundromats & dry cleaners
Restaurants for delivery or take-out only
Businesses that "supply products needed for people to work from home"; businesses that "supply other essential businesses with the support or supplies necessary to operate"; businesses that ship or deliver groceries and food
Airlines, & transportation for essential activities
Home-based care for seniors, adults or children who require medical assistance
Residential facilities and shelters
Professional services such as legal and accounting services
The New Mission Terrace Improvement Association (NMTIA) works to enhance our neighborhood, put on fun community events, build community, and keep each other informed about issues of interest to our neighborhood.
Mission Terrace was originally covered in broccoli fields and had a creek running through it. The community took shape in the 1920's and 1930's as part of the first planned development in San Francisco. Today, it is primarily filled with single-family homes and has a diverse population, many of whom have lived here for decades.