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Park Greening at Alamo Square – Saturday, March 3, 2018

Thanks to everyone who volunteered time and energy in February helping to keep Alamo Square Park green.  Although we were a small group , we still accomplished a lot: We collected litter throughout the park, pruned some of the roses, and weeded much of the hill-side just north of the tennis court. We enjoyed both the wonderful weather […]

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DPW Grinding and Paving Schedule

Week of February 5, 2018 – The contractor has begun grinding and paving operations along Hayes Street between Clayton Street and Webster Street. The grinding and paving schedule is as follows: Lyon Street to Broderick Street: Grind on Monday 2/12/2018 and repave on Tuesday 2/13/2018 Broderick Street to Scott Street: Grind on Wednesday 2/14/2018 and repave on Thursday 2/15/2018 Scott Street to […]

February 2018 Alamo Square News Round-Up

Alamo Square News, Feb 1 – 7, 2018 San Francisco Police officer struck by vehicle near Alamo Square Park KTVU San Francisco–Feb 1, 2018 Fire Displaces 5 From Two Alamo Square Homes [Updated] Hoodline–Feb 3, 2018 Evacuations Lifted After Gas Main Capped Near San Francisco’s Alamo Square CBS San Francisco Bay Area–Feb 6, 2018

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DPW Work for Week of January 29, 2018

SFDPW Hayes and Haight Street work  Week of January 29, 2018 Crews will pour the concrete bus pads at the Hayes/Gough and Hayes/Buchanan intersection. As a reminder, once the concrete has been poured, the area will remain off-limits to vehicle traffic for 10 days while the concrete cures. The contractor will continue street base repairs on Hayes […]

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Park Greening – Saturday, February 3, 2018

Email park@alamosq.org to let us know you’re coming! Join us for our first park volunteer day of the year.  Alamo Square’s park greening is back for 2018.  If you love the park, come out for a fun day of satisfying volunteer work as we beautify Alamo Square. Saturday, February 3, 2018 9AM – 12PM Meet […]

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Join ASNA in 2018

Alamo Square Neighborhood Association relies on membership dues from our neighbors each year to keep us running.  As a volunteer-run organization, we make a little go a long way! Check out some of our accomplishments from 2017: In conjunction with last year’s park re-opening, ASNA donated to plant new trees, and plan to contribute more […]

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Alamo Square meeting – Monday, Jan 22, 2018

Save the Date for the first Alamo Square Meeting of 2018! Alamo Square Meeting Monday, January 22, 2018 1660 McAllister Street near Divisadero Meeting Starts 7PM Agenda:  Members will elect the ASNA Board of Directors for 2018 Just Announced!  Acting Mayor London Breed, District 5 Supervisor, will be at our meeting!  Come hear about the […]

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 […]