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The Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association (DTNA) represents the people who live or work or own property in San Francisco’s Duboce Triangle neighborhood. 

Our goal is to protect and improve our neighborhood’s quality of life, and to ensure that the Duboce Triangle continues to be the very best place to live, work, and play in San Francisco.

Bimonthly community meetings are the best place to learn about the important issues in our neighborhood and to get involved in our efforts. Find out how to attend our meetings.

Duboce Triangle News, our bimonthly newsletter, is distributed free of charge to over 3,000 households in our neighborhood, and sent to City leaders. Letters to the Editor are welcome and may be published. Read recent issues

Committee members actively work on Local Land Use and Transportation planning. Current initiatives include developing a vision of Slow Triangle, Greening the Triangle, Safety and Community Engagement. We're always looking for more neighbors to join us, so let us know if you’re interested in participating.

2022 Pride Sweep • 2022 Pride Family Noe Block Party

October 2021 Noe Street Block Party • 14th Street Safety Project

Join neighbors Tuesday, August 9, 2022,

for 06:30PM In-Person Social

and 07:00PM Community Public Hybrid Meeting:

Presentation of Final Report of Slow Triangle Workshops

Updates on all things Duboce Triangle



Slow Triangle Workshops

Dear Robert Bush,

Thank you to those who have been participating in providing input to our Vision: Slow Triangle work.


During our third workshop on Thursday, July 28, Martine and Eugene presented their findings about Duboce Triangle residents' concerns and dreams and how to address them with creative design solutions. Here are three takeaways, in case you could not participate.


Firstly, Martine and Eugene researched residents' concerns, wishes, and dreams via many different channels: questionnaire surveys, tabling at the Farmers Market, soliciting input via email, one-to-one interviews, review of reports prepared by others such as UC Berkeley graduate student research reports in 2021, our workshop series, including a discussion session and a design charrette. They have been pro-actively approaching residents who cannot or maybe do not naturally partake in our conversations: folks with special needs, ethnic minorities, but also those who are not residents in the Triangle and may be affected by the consequences of our actions. Should you not have had a chance to provide input or know anyone who should be heard, please send us an email at slowtriangle@dtna.org


Secondly, Martine & Eugene presented initial design ideas incorporating feedback and suggestions from neighbors. You can view the presentation on our DTNA website here


Thirdly, we are asking neighbors to provide feedback on the ideas prepared. Please share your comments here. Your input will shape Martine & Eugene's final report to be presented to all of us during our General Meeting on Tuesday, August 9, at 7 pm at the Harvey Milk Center for Recreational Arts.

Let us know if you have questions by sending us a quick note


Hans Galland

DTNA Director

Slow Triangle Project Manager



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2261 Market Street, PMB #301, San Francisco,CA 94114

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