All posts by HVNA Tech

Octavia Historic Commemoration Project

The Octavia Historic Commemoration Project is seeking artists and designers to submit proposals for a permanent installation to capture the spirit of that achievement. Initial proposals due Friday April 30th, 2021 @ 5:00pm. It’s been nearly 20 years since the … Read More

Hayes Valley Shared Spaces Outreach

We are applying to close the main section of the Hayes Valley commercial corridor to vehicles every day to create outdoor space for seating and physically distanced movement. This is a part of the new city’s Shared Spaces program to support economic … Read More

Support Meals on Wheels in our Neighborhood

Supervisor London Breed Supports March for Meals Effort Meals On Wheels of San Francisco (MOWSF) is participating in a month-long national effort called “March for Meals,” commemorating the historic amendment to the Older Americans Act signed into law by President … Read More

Come to the Hayes Valley Art Works!!

Jay Rosenberg, director of Hayes Valley Art Works, and site manager at the big space at Fell and Laguna, gave an update on the progress of the activation. With a vision of making and show visual art, performing art, and … Read More

HVNA Seeks to Block a Chain Store in Hayes Valley

The Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association has filed its legal brief with the San Francisco Board of Appeals to overturn the Planning Department Zoning Administrator’s decision to allow Kit and Ace clothing store to open in Hayes Valley (371 Hayes Street). … Read More

Poof! Patricia’s Green is Green Again

While SF Rec & Park’s district supervisor Steven Cismowski promised a reseeding of Patricia’s Green would take 6-8 weeks, last week sod arrived with a turf team making sure the water system was functioning. Today, the sod is getting established, … Read More

Why Hayes Valley Continues to Be An Interesting Place to Live

Hoodline continues its reporting on the history of Hayes Valley, showing historic plans to build a network of freeways throughout the city, reflecting the consequences of building the freeways on a neighborhood. All of the Western Addition, including all of … Read More