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Bay to Breakers 2018 Logistics Info

Please see the timeline in preparation for this year’s Bay to Breakers race. Update:  Planned Street Closures (see postcard) 5/20/18 5:00 AM TO 5/20/18 1:00 PM DIVISADERO ST. FROM GROVE TO OAK 5/20/18 5:00 AM TO 5/20/18 11:30 AM STEINER ST. FROM GROVE TO HAYES BAKER ST. FROM OAK TO FELL 5/20/18 6:00 AM TO […]

A Victorian Afternoon Tea – Sunday, May 6, 2018

  San Francisco Beautiful invites you to A Victorian Afternoon Tea 700 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 (cross street Buchanan) 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Sunday May 6, 2018 Join SF Beautiful for a rare opportunity to spend an exclusive afternoon at the architecturally magnificent, restored Victorian Fisk House. Victorian attire encouraged but not required […]

400 Divisadero – Future of Retail Workshop

The Future of Retail on Divisadero Retail Workshop This workshop is sponsored by the developer of the proposal for 400 Divisadero  What makes a successful commercial and neighborhood corridor? How can Divisadero continue to evolve as the center of our community? Come hear from the city’s top experts and local businesses about their insights and […]


Park Greening – Saturday, April 7, 2018

CANCELED DUE TO RAIN Join us for another volunteer day at Alamo Square!  Our volunteer efforts help to ensure that the park keeps looking better and better. As usual, we’ll meet at one of the picnic tables near the tennis court. From there we’ll proceed to the sections of the park that our gardener believes need the […]

ASNA Donates $15k to Neighborhood Non-Profits

At the first board meeting of 2018 of the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Board of Directors, the ASNA Board voted to approve one-time donations of $5,000 each to the following three groups in our neighborhood: Western Addition Senior Center Hamilton Families San Francisco Skate Club / Eduskate The Western Addition Senior Center provides housing opportunities […]


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 […]