Thursday, July 23rd, in the morning, artist David Best and his crew will bring the final parts of the Temple at Patricia’s Green. He and his workers have assembled new pieces to be installed at the Temple to make the … Read More
As Hoodline reported today, another new restaurant is coming to Hayes Valley! Very interesting partner group and looks like a good addition to Hayes Valley’s destination local restaurant offerings. The developer for 400 Grove is a Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association … Read More
As a result of a July HVNA meeting and the City initiative to eliminate traffic fatalities by 2024, SFMTA is moving forward with with specific steps to make pedestrians more visible to car drivers and cyclists. After a lengthy traffic study … Read More
As we all know, the small, locally-founded formula retail chain, La Boulange, is being closed by its parent company Starbucks. Its second store opened in Hayes Valley, one of its most successful outlets, before being purchased by Starbucks. The parent … Read More
We’re proud to offer the new June/July edition of the HVNA Voice. You can download a copy today and learn about all the upcoming neighborhood events. The HVNA does our best to hand deliver a copy of the Voice throughout Hayes Valley.
HVNA and its Merchant members helped to write and implement the nation’s first ban on formula retail (chain stores) several years ago. The purpose of the ban is to protect small businesses and provide a unique retail environment. There have … Read More
We’re proud to offer the new May Flyer for the HVNA Voice. You can download and read a copy today and learn about all the upcoming neighborhood events.
Demolition begins for the new chapter at Laguna and Hayes. Fingers crossed for the return of Hayes and Kebab.
The R. L. (Rube) Goldberg (yes, the same guy) building, corner of Oak and Gough. Yes, there was really a Rube Goldberg, he lived in his building, and he designed those crazy machines.
Guardians of the City celebrate one of the silver twin fire hydrants that saved the Western Addition after the 1906 earthquake.