Community Advisory Group

The Mission of the Community Advisory Group (CAG) is to (1) to serve as a community advisory body and sounding board for UCSF administration on planning issues, based on both a neighborhood and a city-wide perspective; (2) assist UCSF in strengthening communication with and engagement of the public on broader issues of community concern; (3) provide essential and relevant feedback on programs, campus planning and development activities; and (4) identify strategies and actions for addressing community concerns.

 

UCSF Goals for the CAG:

UCSF strives to ensure a diverse, representative and dedicated membership on the CAG with an organizational structure that promotes engagement.  The CAG should represent independent voices and perspectives; represent the diversity of San Francisco; embody varied points of view, including critics; and bring the viewpoints of various and particular constituencies to the table, while keeping in mind a city-wide perspective.

 

CAG Responsibilities:

  • Review and discuss prospective plans and goals
  • Facilitate the public's access to UCSF by serving as a community access point to  UCSF on issues of concern
  • Inform constituents about Community Advisory Group activities
  • Inform UCSF of potential community issues
  • Assist in problem-solving when community concerns arise
  • Reach out to critics and engage them in the process to ensure that they have adequate information and that UCSF hears their point of view

 

CAG Operating Principles:

Transparency:  UCSF staff and CAG members will share relevant information to facilitate productive discussion.

Accessibility:  Meetings will be scheduled and materials developed to enhance availability and ensure equal opportunities for participation.

Equal Participation:  All participants will provide each other the opportunity to engage in a balanced dialogue and will minimize domination of discussion and allow others to speak.

Respectful Interaction:  All participants will show courtesy, honesty and respect towards each other.

List of CAG Members

CAG Operating Framework (revised February, 2014)

 

Community Advisory Group meetings:

The 2015 CAG Meetings will take place quarterly on the first Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

The next Community Advisory Group meeting:

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Please check back for the meeting location.

Additional CAG meeting dates in 2015:
September 2
December 2

 

Past Agendas

CAG Meeting Agenda March 4, 2015

CAG Meeting Agenda Dec 3, 2014

CAG Meeting Agenda Sep 3 2014

CAG Meeting Agenda June 4, 2014

CAG Meeting Agenda Mar. 5, 2014

CAG Meeting Agenda Dec. 4, 2013

CAG Meeting Agenda Oct. 2, 2013

CAG Meeting Agenda Mar. 28, 2013

CAG Meeting Agenda Jan. 15, 2013

CAG Meeting Agenda Sept. 19, 2012

CAG Meeting Agenda June 4, 2012

 

Past Presentations

CAG Meeting Presentation March 4, 2015

CAG Meeting Presentation Dec 3, 2014

Renee Navarro Presentation CAG Meeting Dec 3, 2014

CAG Meeting Presentation September 3, 2014

CAG Meeting Presentation June 4, 2014

CAG Meeting LRDP Appendix D: Community Planning Principles Handout June 4, 2014

CAG Meeting Presentation March 5, 2014

CAG Meeting LRDP Schedule Handout March 5, 2014

CAG Meeting Handout Dec 4 2013

CAG Meeting Presentation Oct. 2, 2013

CAG Meeting Presentation Mar. 28, 2013

CAG Meeting Presentation-1 Jan 15, 2013

CAG Meeting Presentation-2 Jan 15, 2013

CAG Meeting Presentation-1 Sept. 19, 2012

CAG Meeting Presentation-2 Sept. 19, 2012

CAG Meeting Presentation-1 June 4, 2012

CAG Meeting Presentation-2 June 4, 2012

CAG Meeting Presentation-3 June 4, 2012

LRDP Joint Meeting April 2012 CAG Presentation

CAG Meeting Presentation May 16, 2011

CAG Meeting Presentation March 7, 2011

CAG Action Teams (CATs), which provide CAG members and the public an opportunity to delve deeper into specific campus or campus-wide projects and issues, will meet as the need arises.  Information from past CAT meetings:

Mission Bay CAT Related Documents

Mount Zion CAT Related Documents

Parnassus CAT Related Documents