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New Fountain for Alamo Square

Late last year, SF Rec and Park alerted the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association that the old-style drinking fountain at Alamo Square near Hayes and Pierce had been removed due to damage to the concrete foundation.
This fountain had given Rec and Park years of problems partly due to its design, the amount of usage it gets daily and partly due to the substandard drainage system that was originally installed.  A replacement water fountain has now been installed at the top of Alamo Square Park.  It is an updated model of the previous water fountain, with some new features.
The button to add water to the dog bowl is not near that bowl, but instead is attached to the middle bowl.  While it may take a few minutes to locate, it requires no stooping.  In addition, the drain holes for the dog bowl are quite small, which let the basin fill up for dogs to drink, while keeping sediment from clogging the pipe.
Enjoy the new water fountain!
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2019 Community Meeting on Housing, Workforce Development and Social Service Needs

The San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD), San Francisco Planning, and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) would like to hear your input on City strategic plans for housing needs, social service needs, barriers to fair housing, and improving housing affordability.

Your input will inform the Planning Department’s Community Stabilization Strategy and Housing Affordability Strategy; MOHCD’s Consolidated Plan, HIV Housing Plan, and the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (www.sfmohcd.org/get-involved); and OEWD’s ongoing work efforts.

Western Addition/District 5
Date: January 31, 2019
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Location: Fillmore Heritage Center, 1330 Fillmore

Food and children activities will be provided. All locations are ADA accessible. For additional accessibility needs or language assistance, please call (415) 701-5598.

Read the Planning Department Fact Sheet

 

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Divisadero Holiday Lights 2018

Holiday lights are up on Divisadero, thanks to the efforts of the Divisadero Merchants Association!  The median between Haight and Golden Gate received a dose of holiday cheer with the festive lights now on display.

Individual merchants contributed to the funding for this year’s holiday lights, and the effort received support from local neighbors as well.  A big shout-out to Allyson Jossel, co-owner of Nopa restaurant and chair of the DMA Holiday Lights Committee.  Be sure to shop locally this holiday season to thank our neighborhood businesses for bringing some holiday cheer to Divisadero!

Questions or comments can be sent to Giselle Gyalzen, DMA president and owner of Rare Device, at divisaderomerchantsdma@gmail.com.

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Art On Site Community Yoga First Fridays starting January 2019

Contact gather@thecentersf.com or 415-923-8180 with questions or suggestions.

Join “Art on Site” in an inclusive community gentle yoga class, focused on breathing, grounding, and healing movement.

WHAT: Cultivate mental relaxation, physical healing, and a playful spirit in a supportive community environment.

WHEN: First Friday each month starting January 4, 2019 from 12:00-1:15 pm.

WHERE: The generously donated space of The Center SF, 548 Fillmore Street.

TEACHER: Hien Tran, over a decade of experience with yoga instruction, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Integrated Bodywork/Massage Therapy, Energy Healing. Props provided. No previous yoga experience necessary. All community members welcome. Classes are free of charge, paid for by our community sponsor: Genesis Development, 400 Divisadero developer.

Art on Site SF, creating community connection through public art in the Heart of the
City, across Alamo Square, Divisadero, Fillmore, Hayes Valley, Lower Haight and NoPa.

Please consider donating to ArtTrailSF through SF Beautiful at www.sfbeautiful.org.
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Art on Site SF flyer