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DPW December 2017 Update

An update on DPW’s Hayes Street project. Last week The contractor shifted crews to Hayes Street. Staff began working on installing concrete bus pads along Hayes Street. The contractor began working at the Steiner, Fillmore and Webster intersections. The bus pad work required the contractor saw-cut and remove the existing roadway and street base at […]

Ida B. Wells Mural Restoration Completed

Thanks to a dedicated crew of volunteers and the leadership of mural artists Delaine Hackney, the Ida B. Wells mural on the Fell Street retaining wall has been restored! Thank you to our amazing volunteers! LaVonne Sarah Kristen Anessa Barbara Leora Jill Sylvia Charmene And a big thank you to Little Chihuahua restaurant on Divisadero for […]

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Seeking Nominees for 2018 ASNA Board of Directors

It’s time once again to seek out new board members for the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association! If you are interested in joining our board, please complete this short survey by Wednesday, November 1, 2017.  Our Nomination Committee will review responses and form a slate for the 2018 ASNA Board of Directors. Survey Link: https://goo.gl/forms/GfhDorQ14XlaMGUw1 Thank […]

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Park Greening November 4, 2017

Back by popular demand! One more Park Greening day for 2017! Saturday, November 4, 2017, 9AM-12PM.  Meet by the tennis court. Join us for a fun day of volunteering at Alamo Square.  Just a few hours of your time can make a big difference, and there is nothing like the feeling of giving back to […]

The Little Chihuahua Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Proceeds will benefit Alamo Square’s Mural Restoration Project and more! The Little Chihuahua, a unique taqueria focusing on sustainability and good, wholesome Mexican food, will be ringing in the 10th anniversary of its first location on Divisadero on October 24th, 2017. Husband and wife owners, Andrew Johnstone and Camila Fernandez, decided to commend the occasion by donating 100% […]

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Help Us Restore the Ida B Wells Mural

Community Volunteers needed to help restore Ida B Wells mosaic mural Another great opportunity to get involved in the neighborhood! The heavy rains earlier this year took a toll on the mosaic mural on the retaining wall of Ida B. Wells school.  We have retained artist Delaine Hackney to help us restore the mural. Work […]

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Alamo Square Meeting Monday September 18, 2017

7PM Meeting Starts 1660 McAllister Street near Divisadero We had another successful Alamo Square Flea Market on Sunday, thanks to the efforts of many Alamo Square board members and volunteers!  Join us on Monday to learn how to get involved in next year’s Flea Market and other neighborhood volunteer opportunities. AGENDA – LimeBike is a new […]

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Park Greening October 7, 2017

Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM Our last Park Volunteer Day of the year is Saturday, October 7, 2017.  Email us at park@alamosq.org to let us know you can be there, so we can plan the activities for the day. Are you interested in leading Park Volunteer Days in 2018?  Please email alamosquare@gmail.com to let […]

ASNA’s​ ​Response​ ​to​ ​Patriot​ ​Prayer’s​ ​Press​ ​Conference​ ​in​ ​Alamo​ ​Square​

On Friday, August 25th 2017, The Alamo Square Neighborhood Association learned that the group known as Patriot’s Prayer has decided to abandon their planned rally at Crissy Field. In less than 24 hours, Patriot’s Prayer alternatively intends to hold a “press conference” in our iconic park to peddle their divisive rhetoric in a space that […]

2017 Alamo Square Flea Market

Join us on Sunday, September 10!  In Conjunction with Sunday Streets SF – Western Addition.  The 2017 Alamo Square Flea Market, 11AM-4PM.   We are still accepting vendor applications! Read our requirements for vendors on our Flea Market page. 9/1 Update:  Vendor Deadline Extended!  Please apply by Friday, September 8, 2017 to be considered.