How Weird Street Faire coming back to Rincon neighborhood on May 7th!

The How Weird Street Faire is coming back to the Rincon Hill neighborhood on May 7th! I always think of this music powered street faire to be something like Burning Man without leaving the city limits. From the event’s Eventbrite ticket pre-sales page: SUMMER OF WEIRD The 18th annual How Weird Street Faire Sunday May […] Keep reading

Joe & the Juice now open on Beale and Howard Streets!

Very exciting to welcome another cafe to the neighborhood that appears to have open hours on the weekends! Joe & the Juice opened on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at their Howard and Beale Streets location in the Rincon neighborhood. Hours of operation are tentatively planned to be: Monday – Friday, 6am – 9pm Saturdays, 8am […] Keep reading

The Yard at China Basin opens Thursday, March 16th!

While Spark Social SF is a great place to meet friends and enjoy an evening, the Yard at China Basin was the original outdoor food truck and local merchandise spot on our side of town. They open up for the 2017 ballgame season this Thursday, March 16th! In 2017 The Yard will be open every Thurs—Sun from 12 […] Keep reading

Parents! Your voice is needed Soon (TBD) at SFUSD School Board for a new neighborhood school!

If you never have time to participate in managing your local government and school district, you must make time for a date TBD upcoming meeting to attend the San Francisco Unified School District’s Commissioners Meeting (at 555 Franklin Street at McAllister) because they are considering a resolution submitted by Commissioners Matt Haney and Hydra Mendoza-McDonnell […] Keep reading

10 Years of Blogging about the Rincon Hill neighborhood!

As I do every year on February 28th, this is my post acknowledging the anniversary of my starting this blog hobby to try to offer a community bulletin board of sorts. I hope you have found your way to NextDoor.com for more frequent updates and information sharing. As I posted on February 28, 2007 as […] Keep reading

Mission Bay School Advocates – Important meeting Monday!

Please attend the San Francisco Unified School District’s Buildings and Grounds Committee meeting this Monday at 6pm at the SFUSD Administration Building at 555 Franklin Street (at Grove) to show support for Commissioner Matt Haney’s resolution to initiate work to build an elementary school in Mission Bay! Background: http://www.sfexaminer.com/plan-build-new-school-mission-bay-set-stone/ Keep reading

Transbay JPA CAC Meeting Tuesday, December 13, 2016

This looks like an interesting agenda for the next Transbay JPA CAC meeting!   Tuesday, December 13, 2016 TJPA Offices 201 Mission Street, Suite 2100 San Francisco, CA 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE 1. Call to Order 2. Staff Report (15 minutes) 3. Approval of Meeting Minutes: November 7, 2016 4. Presentation […] Keep reading

Folsom and Howard Streetscape Project Community Open Houses

These open houses, scheduled for December 8th and December 10th, relate to plans for Folsom Street west of 2nd Street and Howard Street west of 3rd Street. From Paul Stanis, Associate Engineer with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), Email: paulstanis@sfmta.com or phone: 415.701.5396 There will be two sessions for the open house. The […] Keep reading

Rincon Hill Streetscape Prioritization Survey

Please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RHonlinesurvey to take a survey for San Francisco Public Works about the prioritization of the next streets to be improved in Rincon Hill (closes November 17, 2016). From Kelli Rudnick at SF Public Works: The Rincon Hill neighborhood continues to grow and change and the City is currently implementing two streetscape projects in the area.  […] Keep reading

Harrison and Fremont Streetscape Project Meeting! October 5th!

Please join your neighbors for an update from the San Francisco Public Works department about the Harrison Street and Fremont Street Projects on October 5, 2016 at 6pm at the South Beach Harbor Services Community Room between Pier 40 and AT&T Ballpark.     Keep reading

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