Tenderloin Community Benefit District  

The Tenderloin Community Benefit District (TLCBD) works to make the Tenderloin a more vibrant community for ALL. The organization's services are focused on implementing neighborhood improvements around the physical environment, economic development, and neighborhood pride. Starting in 2005 a non-profit 501c3 was established collaboratively by community leaders and property owners. TLCBD initiatives include street cleaning, safety programs, coordination with City agencies, interaction with our valued residents, and business support services. Find out more at  

Sunday Streets

Sunday Streets is a program of the nonprofit Livable City​presented in partnership with the SFMTA, San Francisco Department of Public Health, and the City and County of San Francisco. Livable City produces an annual season of Sunday Street events​that reclaim car-congested streets for community health, transforming them into car-free spaces for all to enjoy. Routes are 1-4 miles in length, with fun, free activities provided by local nonprofits, community groups and small businesses. 

Sunday Streets’ mission is to:

·Create temporary open space and recreational opportunities in neighborhoods most lacking

·Encourage physical activity

·Foster community building

·Inspire people to think differently about their streets as public spaces 

SF Office of Economic and Workforce Development

Tenderloin Merchants Association 

The Tenderloin Merchant and Property Owner’s Association (TMA) gives Tenderloin business owners a new voice. Ours is the first and only Merchant and Property Owner’s Association representing the entire Tenderloin community. TMA’s membership reflects the diversity of the Tenderloin including its many immigrant owned businesses.

The Invest In Neighborhoods Initiative provides focused, customized assistance to meet the specific needs of San Francisco’s neighborhood commercial corridors. Invest in Neighborhoods aims to enhance and strengthen neighborhood commercial districts around the City by marshaling and deploying resources from across multiple departments and nonprofit partners.  These include economic development services such as loan programsfacade improvement grants, and technical assistance for small businesses.