SF Examiner article on the hydrant’s history March 24, 2014 Before restoration April 17, 2016 After restoration
A truly wonderful event. Thanks to the organizers and volunteers: David Holler, Professor at USF, and writing students Gail Baugh Liz and son Dawson Michael White, SF Magic Zone Nico Bremond, chair of HVNA Equity Committee
New library installed at the Hayes Valley Playground. Please come lend a book and borrow a book!
Proposal for a public artwork at 78 Haight Street in San Francisco by Kota Ezawa The proposed artwork combines a contemporary view of Octavia Boulevard with a drawing of the Central Freeway that used to stand in its place. This … Read More
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
As the COVID-19 vaccine continues to become more widely available for eligible San Franciscans, scams relating to the vaccine continue to emerge. It is important that all San Franciscans, especially those most vulnerable to these malicious attempts, understand how to … Read More
The SF Government’s Community Partners Group and Community Branch-COVID Command Center have put together this COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit, a suite of documents created to keep you and your community up-to-date on the latest information surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and its distribution. … Read More
HVNA’s October 2020 Community Meeting featured two excellent presentations, both focused on equity. Below are resources shared during the meeting. Sheryl Davis, Executive Director SF Human Rights Commission City Fund Reallocation Investment of Funds to Support the Black Community in … Read More