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Kevin Faulconer
Husband, Father, and Mayor of the City of San Diego.
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Kevin Faulconer 4h
Our panel was packed with mayors from across the U.S. No matter where homelessness occurs, the answers are clear. We need to: ✳️ Build more housing ✳️ Build more shelter while we work to build more housing ✳️ Say “no” to NIMBYism ✳️ Be biased toward action
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Kevin Faulconer 9h
Just signed an exclusive agreement at the Pentagon with Acting Secretary of the to redevelop its NAVWAR facility — and create with it a transit hub that finally connects the trolley to ! Huge milestone w/ built on San Diego’s proud Naval heritage
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 21
San Diego is fortunate to have a strong partner in , among many others, to implement the largest expansion in homeless services in our City’s history. The groundbreaking today will offer 400 new homes at the end of the cycle of homelessness for so many in our community
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 20
For 25 years, UAAMAC has honored . His vision of equality and justice for our great nation changed the course of history and has inspired generations of leaders who have followed him. It was my honor to recognize their work to bring our communities together and honor Dr. King
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 14
We’re making it easier for residents to partner with the City to beautify their neighborhood. By waiving fees for sidewalk repairs, we’re removing one of the biggest barriers for residents who want to make those investments and spur repairs that improve quality of life.
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 14
I got a surprise visit while prepping for tomorrow's State of the City speech from 's & . This is such a creative campaign to really bring San Diegans together. Thankful to be a part of it and I can't wait to see who is the 91,000th
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 11
Today’s unveiling of the City’s first creative crosswalk brought out hundreds of leaders, members of our LGBT community and allies in true Hillcrest style: a . Thanks to and all who made it possible.
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 10
Bringing a river park to Mission Valley is going to radically transform this community for the better. Plazas, sculpture gardens and skate parks - this is the community's vision, and I can't wait!
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San Diego Police Department Jan 9
On behalf of the SDPD, we would like to take a moment to thank each and every one of our officers for their commitment and service to all of our communities!
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 9
Our officers are second to none. They make sure we can sleep easy at night and for that we are grateful. On behalf of all San Diegans, thank you for your service and the sacrifices you make to keep our neighborhoods safe.
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 8
Replying to @sdmts
Give transit a try! is offering free rides on the Rapid 215 starting today through Jan. 17 and local businesses are offering promotions. Check it out:
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 8
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
This three-mile stretch of dedicated bus lanes is a game-changer. It will speed up service and increase usage for 10,000+ passengers each day.
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Kevin Faulconer Jan 8
Every day we’re BUStlin' 🚌 SD is on a journey to create a cleaner future and the Boulevard Bus Way is one way we will get people out of their cars and using public transit.
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San Diego's Mayor Dec 12
At his final State of the City address next month, Mayor Faulconer will share his plans to keep momentum going on housing reforms, reducing homelessness and more in 2020. Reserve your seat to hear his update live on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at Balboa Theatre:
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Kevin Faulconer Dec 31
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
2019 was a big year and we’re not slowing down. Check out my State of the City address on Jan. 15 to hear my plans to finish strong in 2020. And before the year is done, please join me in thanking all the City employees who work to serve us every day. Happy New Year, San Diego!
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Kevin Faulconer Dec 31
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
Road repair crews were hard at work in 2019. They filled 50,000 potholes, and fixed and paved hundreds of miles of streets. I know what you’re thinking: “What about MY street?” Visit to see where crews have been and where they're going next!
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Kevin Faulconer Dec 31
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
In 2019 San Diego became the biggest city in the US to give you the choice to go 💯% renewable. We launched San Diego Community Power with partner cities across the region. And our Climate Action Plan helped us make big cuts in pollution ♻️
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Kevin Faulconer Dec 31
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
2019 was the year of the in San Diego. We passed big laws to make it faster and cheaper to build the homes our city needs. Parking mandates? Gone. By-right approval for housing for the homeless? Done. What's in store for 2020? Complete Communities.
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Kevin Faulconer Dec 31
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
San Diego doesn’t tolerate the use of a sidewalk or tarp as a permanent home. We kept making big moves on homelessness in 2019: more bridge shelters, a new storage center and our 1st Housing Navigation Center. Hundreds were helped off the street and gained their dignity back.
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Kevin Faulconer Dec 31
2019 was a huge year for San Diego: ✅ Measurable reductions to homelessness 🏠 ✅ Community choice for 💯% renewable energy ♻️ ✅ More record-setting levels of road repair 🛣 ✅ Saying “YES” to housing 🏗 The list goes on! Let’s take a look at some of this year’s highlights...
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