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

5/26/11 Meeting recap

The Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association hosted a meeting focused on walking and biking around the neighborhood and beyond. Walk San Francisco Elizabeth Stampe is executive director of Walk San Francisco – a pedestrian advocacy group. She spoke about situations facing … Read More

Let the tours begin!

The Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association’s board member Larry Cronander led our first 2011 walking tour of the neighborhood. There will be more upcoming walking tours of the neighborhood happening throughout the summer. Watch for future post on the website/blog as … 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

April ’11 General Meeting Recap

Last night we had presentations by: Garden for the Environment’s Suzi Paladino Friends of the Urban Forest’s Doug Wildman SF Bee Coalition and SF Bee-Cause beekeeper Karen Peteros North of the Panhandle’s Neighborhood Association’s President Jarie Bolander came to discuss … Read More

Public Safety: City Attorney and Bees

Please come to the Hayes Valley Public Safety Meeting Monday, April 4, 2011 7:00 PM Korean American Center at 745 Buchanan Street City Attorney, Dennis Herrera, will discuss the role of the City Attorney in our neighborhood’s public safety. Find … Read More

General Meeting Recap 3/24/11

Tonight, Lt. Erica Arteseros, from the San Francisco Fire Department came to discuss emergency preparedness. Arteseros said events like the Japanese earthquake and tsunami either inspire people to update or start their own emergency kit or often scare people into … Read More