Ten Together – the Best Block Party in SF
Upper Noe Neighbors and Friends of the Noe Valley Rec Center were at City Hall on March 6 to accept the 2019 Neighborhood Empowerment Network Award for Extraordinary Neighborhood Block Party for our event in September.
Watch the presentation video
We are honored to share this achievement with Captain Jack Hart of Ingleside Station who was awarded Most Empowering City Employee.
Upper Noe Neighbors (UNN), your neighborhood advocacy group, has been in existence since 1988. Our mission is to promote the collective interest of the people living in or running a business or institution in Upper Noe. We act to inform the public of matters important to our residents, to seek their input, and to present a forceful collective voice in dealing with civic, social, and safety issues. We take an inclusive approach to improving life in the southern part of Noe Valley and the surrounding areas. We meet bimonthly on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM at the Upper Noe Recreation Center.
Please consider joining UNN and working with us to make our neighborhood the BEST it can be. We’re also looking for neighbors who may be interested in participating in one of our committees; Public Safety, Transportation, Land Use, Online Communications, Memberships and Events. If you would like to become a member today, please click on the ‘Get Involved’ tab and complete the brief membership form and mail it to us with your dues.
Get involved and together we can continue to have a vibrant and welcoming neighborhood in which you LOVE to live!
Sept 2018 – Ten Together a Huge Success
We are thrilled and honored by the immense turnout at Upper Noe Rec Center on Saturday, September 15. Thank you to all of the merchants who supported this event, and to the schools, community organizations, and hundreds of attendees who came to celebrate our little park, including Mayor London Breed, State Senator Scott Wiener, District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, Assessor Carmen Chu, Rec & Park General Manager Phil Ginsburg and Ingleside Station Captain Jack Hart. Upper Noe Facilities Coordinator Cheryl Woltjen was rightly honored with a commendation for her excellent work. We are truly ten together.
XO Cafe’ Changes Hands
For the moment, it appears that business will go on as usual at this popular commuter destination and local hang-out. However, we will miss the friendly faces of Adam, the owner/founder who had less and less time to devote to his baking, and Betty, the ever-present manager. The new owner, Cassandra, will be familiar to long-time patrons as the cafe’s first manager. We wish Adam and Betty good luck in their new endeavors and success to the new XO.
For many years, an interesting drop in spot on Church Street for made-in-San Francisco fashion, gifts, nick knacks and a friendly hello, Curator has called it quits here citing low foot traffic for a decline in business. Deirdre and Stacy continue to do business at 1173 Valencia and online at curatorsf.com. We wish them all the best.