Reclaim Market Street.

PLAZA INTERVENTION THIS SATURDAY! Featuring the Imagination Playground and screening by Rick Prelinger and Melinda Stone Saturday, October 15 1-5 pm playspace/7-9 pm film screening UN Plaza (Market Street, between 7th and 8th Streets) In 2015, Market Street will be … Read More

Message to the Hayes Valley Community

Message to the Hayes Valley Community from Karen Mauney-Brodek, HVNA President I am deeply saddened and distraught by the events of the last week in our neighborhood. We have provided links below to some of the news coverage of both … Read More

Pedestrian Safety and Hayes Valley

by Mari Hunter Long time Hayes Valley resident and member of the San Francisco Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) John Alex Lowell presented the PSAC Annual Report during the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association meeting in May.  John’s involvement with PSAC … Read More

55 Laguna and Affordable Housing

By Jason Henderson If after years of community involvement and compromise, you thought the future development of the former UC Berkeley site would move forward as approved, you may be wrong!  The new developer is proposing that instead of building … Read More

Fire Breakfast Fundraiser

The Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association would like to thank all the neighbors and friends that came out to support the organization and enjoy the company of community members. We would like to especially thank Suppenküche for making the entire event … Read More

General Meeting Recap 2/24/11

Last night the new Hayes Valley Board of Directors was elected. Below is the list of 2011 Board of Directors: President: Karen Mauney-Brodek Vice President: Murrey Nelson Treasurer: Richard Johnson Corresponding Secretary: Jason Henderson Secretary: Jay Rosenberg Membership: Bob Barnwell … Read More

February/March ’11 President’s Column

By Karen Mauney-Brodek Over the next year, our neighborhood will continue to see proposals for new development. We will see pop-up retail and temporary uses of land and buildings that otherwise would stand empty. We will also see some long-term … Read More