No matter their zip code, income, education level or race, everyone should feel safe in their neighborhood. It is vital to empower the members of our community, police, and fire departments to maintain our safety.
As the “on-demand economy” emerges, with innovations such as ride- and home-sharing, we must moderate their integration to prioritize public safety and business transparency. Bike lanes, for instance, should be optimized for the safety of all people and vehicles on our streets.
I want to continue to drive City policies that create a safe environment for all community members and law officials, as well as provide the appropriate resources for those who protect and serve our community.