To support a safe, thriving & inclusive Lower Haight by: advocating for merchants & neighbors to the City promoting the neighborhood to San Francisco engaging merchants & neighbors
LoHaMNA offers the following value to our community by:
• Putting on quarterly Lower Haight Art Walks in conjunction with local merchants
• Holding monthly Board meetings that address safety and overall community development
• Serving as liaison to District 5 Supervisors office
• Providing a forum for police & city representatives to collaborate and share plans for protecting and preserving the Lower Haight
• Organizing Public Realm projects, such as streets, sidewalks and public places
• Facilitating transportation and land use projects
We have made quite a few strides over the last 18 mos. to help the hood. A few of our accomplishments:
- Represented neighborhood’s desire to push back with Planning Commission to keep formula retail out of Lower Haight because of concerns on increased rents and neighborhood character.
LoHaMNA MicroGrants are small grants designed to have a macro impact for the Lower Haight Community. Merchants, residents, neighbors and members of the community are eligible to apply in the form of reimbursements for implements projects that benefit the Lower Haight community.…
Lower Haight: want to learn more about what’s happening on our streets?
Join London Breed at “Construction in the Haight: What the Heck is Going on?” next Thursday, August 3rd starting at 6:30 pm at 55 Fillmore St!…
Come to the informational Happy Hour at Black Sands on Monday, February 13, to learn more about planting a tree in your front yard or on your sidewalk!…
Alchemy by Alta’s Community Garden interest will close January 15, 2017, with an estimated lottery date of February 1, 2017.
Any resident of San Francisco is eligible to apply for a plot. There will be approximately 56, 4′ x 4′ plots, with handicap plots available.…
There have been subjects and points not fully addressed in the following article @ Hoodline regarding SPARC and LOHAMNA. Here are some points to clarify questions that neighbors and the community at large may have. Read more about LoHaMNA Response to Hoodline Sparc Article