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 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
Demolition begins for the new chapter at Laguna and Hayes. Fingers crossed for the return of Hayes and Kebab.
Recently, Hoodline’s Griffen Estes authored a magnificent post describing the Freeway Revolt. We urge you to read it here, “The Panhandle Freeway And The Revolt That Saved The Park”.
A Hoodline post confirms that Hayes Valley’s Biergarten is in fact not expanding to Los Angeles. Yesterday, Eater LA speculated that Biergarten, our beloved Hayes Valley outdoor watering hole, could be expanding down Los Angeles way. Intrigued by the potential … Read More
It’s exciting to see Hayes Valley, alive with activity on this beautiful October evening. One day next year (?) it will be great to see SFJAZZ activated…but for now, it is exciting to see the building progress.
From their June meeting, the HVNA Public Safety Committee has put together this Public Safety Bulletin: Families, Children, & Crime. The comprehensive bulletin lists local Western Addition and Hayes Valley resources for crime prevention. You can find contact information for … Read More