The Potrero Boosters is one of the oldest and largest neighborhood associations in San Francisco. We were founded in 1926 and are celebrating more than 80 years of service, strengthening and improving Potrero Hill.
Regular Boosters meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, 953 DeHaro at Southern Heights.
What's Happening In The Neighborhood
Potrero Hill needs the Boosters more than ever — to advocate for the Hill’s residents within the neighborhood and at City Hall.
The Boosters have always been the first line of defense on land use issues; we’ll continue to play that role with the return of big-condo-project developments to the Hill. And this year we’ve started work on two big projects that could help life on the Hill for years to come:
• creating a plan for a neighborhood-serving circulator shuttle, to improve local transit.
• creating a proposal for a Green Benefit District, a voluntary tax, controlled by the neighborhood, to maintain and improve local open spaces.
6:45 - April 28, 2015 Potrero Hill Neighborhood House 953 De Haro (at Southern Heights)
6:45 pm—Social 7:00 pm—Business Meeting Elections 7:20 pm—What's Going on in the Neighborhood:
The 25th Street Neighborhood Association and Tunnel Top Park
(Bonnie Bergeron and Richard Opteynde,
25th Street & Brennan Cox, Groundworks Office) 7:45 pm—Green Benefit District Petition Update
(Tony Kelly, GBD Steering Committee) 8:00 pm—Update on UCSF Research Building at
San Francisco General Hospital
(Michele Davis, Assistant Director of Community
Relations, UCSF) 8:15 pm—22 Fillmore Transit Priority Project (Cathal Hennessy and Anne Fritzler, SFMTA)
The Potrero Boosters Neighborhood Association and Dogpatch Neighborhood Association have retained land-use attorney Sue Hestor to help in our fight against the T-Third Turnaround. You can help with these efforts to by donating below.