The Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association (DTNA) represents residents, businesses and property owners in San Francisco's Duboce Triangle neighborhood, bordered by Market St., Castro St., Divisidero St., Waller St., Webster St. and Duboce Avenue. Our goal is to protect, maintain and improve our neighborhood quality of life, and ensure that the Duboce Triangle continues to be San Francisco's very best neighborhood in which to live, work and play.
We hold monthly community meetings on the second Monday in February, April, June, August, October and December, at which we cover topics important to our neighborhood. Click on "Meetings" more more information. Our next general meeting will be held on Monday, April 14, from 7-9 pm at the CPMC/Davies Hospital, Gazebo Room (Plaza level between North and South Towers), Castro St. & Duboce Ave. We hope to see you there!
We publish a bimonthly newsletter which is distributed, free of charge, to over 3,000 households in our neighborhood, and sent to city leaders. Please support the local businesses which advertise in our newsletter and allow us to provide you with this valuable service.
DTNA also has active committees working on Land Use and Transportation issues. We're always looking for volunteers interested in participating. Click on the links above for more information.
If you live in the neighborhood and are not yet a DTNA member, please Join us and support our efforts!
Sponsors (to date): Friends of Buena Vista Park, Buena Vista Neighborhood Association, Larkin Street Youth, SF RPD
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Friends of the Urban Forest Has Green $$$ to Make Your Block Green!
Do you want to get a tree in front of your property?
FUF is coming to the Duboce Triangle/ Hayes Valley and now is your chance to be a part of it!
Friends of the Urban Forest has funding to subsidize 75% of the costs to plant trees and are planning a Community Planting Day for 5/10/2014!
You only need to pay $100 and choose what species you want -- then FUF will handle all of the prep work, provide the tree itself, and do three scheduled tree care visits over the first three years of the tree’s life to help it thrive!