Photo by Joe Mabel.

In November, the city council added funding for a public safety coordinator position in the Chinatown-International District. The public safety coordinator will act as a community liaison with the city and serve as co-chair of the C-ID Steering Committee formed in response to the C-ID Public Safety Task Force recommendations.

The position is generally autonomous, but will work collaboratively with public, private, and nonprofit partners and will especially rely on community organizations for their knowledge in specific program areas.

To view an application, visit To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected].


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