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Shop Small

Shop Small, part of Small Business Saturday, helps boost sales at the small, local, independently owned businesses that are the backbone of our communities. Shop Small provides an ideal opportunity to support our local independent businesses.

Invest in Neighborhoods

Mayor Ed Lee's Invest in Neighborhoods is an interagency partnership to strengthen and revitalize neighborhood commercial districts around San Francisco. The initiative aims to strengthen small businesses, improve physical conditions, increase quality of life, and increase community capacity. Invest in Neighborhoods leverages City programs and resources in order to respond to the specific needs and opportunities in each district.

San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) supports San Francisco's ongoing economic vitality by strengthening its neighborhoods, businesses, commercial corridors and workforce. OEWD supports the implementation of the Shop & Dine in the 49 campaign.

San Francisco Travel

Never the same. Always San Francisco. No matter if this is your first time to visit San Francisco, or you’re here to renew an old acquaintance, the city never ceases to surprise.

Small Business Commission

Directed by the Small Business Commission, the Office of Small Business (OSB) and its Small Business Assistance Center (SBAC) function as the City's central point of information and referral for entrepreneurs and small businesses located in the City and County of San Francisco. By championing "business-friendly" policies, marketing the contributions of the small business sector, and developing appropriate assistance programs, the Small Business Commission and Office of Small Business work to support and enhance an environment where small businesses can succeed and flourish.

Small Business Network

Throughout its 30 year history the Small Business Network (SBN) has proudly argued for a fair and economically sound environment where small businesses can thrive. We believe strongly that pride-of-ownership leads to a diverse and healthy, locally-driven economy that keeps dollars in San Francisco and contributes to flourishing neighborhoods that maximize quality of life. We cautiously approach advocacy – not from a contentious right and wrong perspective – but with collaborative and reasoned problem-solving.

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce is the city’s largest and most vibrant business network. Join us to engage and connect with people, ideas and resources to boost your business, professional, and personal success, and to help create a vibrant economy for Our City and Your Business.

San Francisco Locally Owned Merchant Alliance

The San Francisco Locally Owned Merchant Alliance (SFLOMA) was founded by a group of merchants from locally owned businesses. We currently have over 200 members representing a wide range of retail and service categories. Not only are our businesses knowledgeable, competitive, quirky , friendly, unique, and creative, we support other local businesses and services, as well as schools, charities, non-profits, and more.

San Francisco Council of District Merchants Associations

The Council of District Merchant Association is made up of merchants associations from the throughout the city of San Francisco. Our members represent a variety of local businesses including an eclectic mix of food and drink, salons, healers, spas, shopping, schools, business services, entertainment and more. Our mission is to protect, preserve and promote small businesses in San Francisco.

SFMade

SFMade’s mission is to build and support a vibrant manufacturing sector in San Francisco, that sustains companies producing locally-made products, encourages entrepreneurship and innovation, and creates employment opportunities for a diverse local workforce.

San Francisco Committee On Jobs

The Committee on Jobs, an association of San Francisco’s top business leaders who are concerned about the long‐term economic vitality of the city. Formed in 1992, Jobs’ primary focus has been to promote a business climate that allows San Francisco to remain a desirable place to live, work, and operate a business, thereby protecting the City’s workforce and tax base. The Committee strives to influence local legislation and city policy that pertains to business, and the Partnership tries to attract new business to San Francisco.

San Francisco Alliance for Jobs and Sustainable Growth

The Committee on Jobs, an association of San Francisco’s top business leaders who are concerned about the long‐term economic vitality of the city. Formed in 1992, Jobs’ primary focus has been to promote a business climate that allows San Francisco to remain a desirable place to live, work, and operate a business, thereby protecting the City’s workforce and tax base. The Committee strives to influence local legislation and city policy that pertains to business, and the Partnership tries to attract new business to San Francisco.

Small Business California

Small Business California is a proactive nonpartisan business advocacy organization whose only agenda is the well being of California small businesses. Working for all California small businesses for a better business environment. SB-Cal is responsive to the needs of California small business owners.

Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center

Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center is a nonprofit small business development organization dedicated to helping women and men who traditionally lack access to resources and information to achieve financial self-sufficiency through entrepreneurship. Renaissance provides training, support services, resources, and networks for business owners at every stage of business development, from idea feasibility through start-up, growth, and expansion.

Golden Gate Business Association

The GGBA provides networking opportunities, marketing exposure and diversified programs which empower its members to create, grow and retain business. Through its year-round programs, GGBA members benefit from business referrals and leads, professional insight, educational seminars, visibility in the community, and a sense of camaraderie as they face the task of doing business in today’s rapidly changing and increasingly challenging business conditions.

Calle 24

Calle 24 was created in 1999 as the Lower 24th Street Merchants and Neighbors Association by a group of long-time residents, merchants, service providers and art organizations concerned with quality of life issues in the community. Our diverse membership consists of merchants and residents from many ethnic backgrounds, gender and lifestyles. It includes non-profits, home owners, merchants, and renters of different economic levels.

Valencia Corridor Merchants Association

The VCMA is a member-operated neighborhood association including merchants in and around the Valencia Corridor. Our mission is to cultivate and beautify the corridor for the benefit of visitors, residents and merchants. Additionally, we endeavor to combine our voices and views toward the goal of maintaining the unique identity and independent spirit of the neighborhood. We’d love to have you join us.

Mission Creek Merchants Association

Nestled between the Mission and Potrero Hill lies a neighborhood recently coined, "Mission Creek", in homage to the historic creek running below San Francisco. One mouth of the creek lies roughly underneath 17th and Bryant, in the heart of the Mission Creek neighborhood. Running from 16th to 23rd, between Potrero Avenue and South Van Ness, the Mission Creek neighborhood is home to an eclectic and growing mix of eateries, bars, salons, spas, healers, shopping, schools, business services, theaters, artists, entertainment and more. Merchants and residents are excited to continue building a sense of community in this area, through the promotion of events and the cultivation of green and communal spaces. A nascent merchant association encourages residents to think about the manifold advantages of supporting the various local, small businesses that make the Mission Creek area unique, while providing advocacy, networking and information to assist these companies.

Mission Merchants Association

Mission Merchants Association (MMA) consists of over 100 businesses and property owners in the Mission District. We work with those businesses to promote and advocate for all locally owned neighborhood businesses.

Mission Bernal Merchants Association

We are a San Francisco-based group dedicated to serving the Mission Street corridor from Cesar Chavez to Randall.

Castro Community Benefit District

The mission of the Castro/Upper Market Community Benefit District is to provide services that improve the quality of life in the neighborhood, emphasizing clean, safe, beautiful streets. It also promotes the area’s economic vitality, fosters the Castro’s unique district identity, and honors its diverse history. We encourage you to take a stroll down the Castro and enjoy the local color.

Castro Merchants

A neighborhood of freedom, acceptance, creativity and diversity. The mission of the Castro Merchants is to unite merchants in the area to promote the Castro's interests, increase opportunities and facilitate communication between businesses and local government.

Noe Valley Merchants Association

Noe Valley boasts some of the best weather in San Francisco. Located in the “Heart” of the City, up from the Mission, and over the hill from the Castro, this hidden gem attracts and urban crowd looking for music; fresh foods at its farmer’s market; coffee at one of its many parklets; a plethora of ethnic foods and funky bars; and exploring a variety of trendy shops.

Noe Valley Community Benefits District

The Noe Valley Association (CBD) was established in August 2005 as a fifteen – year community benefit district which receives an annual special assessment from the 208 properties in the district. The first assessments were received by the NVA in January 2006. The NVA consists of roughly six city blocks, including the side streets of corner buildings, on 24th Street in Noe Valley between Church & Douglass Streets.

The Super Castro

Historically a gay neighborhood, today's Castro is a diverse and inviting place that welcomes friendly people of all stripes. Come explore historical sites, enjoy a meal at one of the many fabulous restaurants, and shop until you've worked up a thirst ready for quenching at one of the many exciting bars and nightclubs. Super friendly, super inviting, and super fun–come see why everyone thinks the Castro is simply super.

Golden Gate Business Association

The GGBA provides networking opportunities, marketing exposure and diversified programs which empower its members to create, grow and retain business. Through its year-round programs, GGBA members benefit from business referrals and leads, professional insight, educational seminars, visibility in the community, and a sense of camaraderie as they face the task of doing business in today’s rapidly changing and increasingly challenging business conditions.

Shop Chinatown SF

Shop Chinatown SF is a project of the Chinatown Community Development Center (Chinatown CDC). The goal of Shop Chinatown is to promote local business, especially those that are impacted by the Central Subway construction, and to highlight Chinatown’s unique neighborhood character through photographs and stories. We believe that the arts, culture, history, and people who live and work here can bring investment into the community and provide a rich experience for visitors and locals alike.

Chinatown Merchants Association

Founded in 1988 by May Louie, the San Francisco Chinatown Merchants Association (SFCMA) is an independent community organization dedicated to the revitalization of commerce and tourism in one of America's most unique historic neighborhoods. In 1991, shortly after the devastating Loma Prieta earthquake which destroyed the direct freeway link to Chinatown, SFCMA held our first Autumn Moon Festival. Through our annual sponsorship of tradition-based events like the Annual Autumn Moon Festival, the SFCMA seeks to help visitors and locals alike appreciate the rich cultural heritage of Chinatown and all those who live and work in the neighborhood.

Civic Center Community Benefit District

San Francisco’s Civic Center is the home of local, state and federal government offices, as well as some of the major performing arts and cultural institutions. The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CBD) was formed to improve the image, safety, beauty and cleanliness of the Civic Center area for the benefit of all. We invite you to come and enjoy the beauty and the grandeur of San Francisco’s most beautiful public buildings.

Tenderloin Community Benefit District

The Tenderloin Community Benefit District (TLCBD) exists to facilitate the transformation of the Tenderloin into a cleaner, safer, and more vibrant neighborhood. Take a walk through the Tenderloin to feel and explore its revitalization.

Tenderloin Economic Development Project

Acknowledging the need of economic development in the Tenderloin and getting support from the Haas Jr. Fund, North of Market Neighborhood Improvement Corporation held three community workshops to obtain community input on Employment Development, Business Development and Quality of Life issues. As a result, the Tenderloin Revitalization and Reinvestment Implementation Project (“TRRIP”) Report came out and became the basis for the creation of the Tenderloin Economic Development Project (TEDP). TEDP collaborates and coordinates with other organizations in the area.

Larkin Street Business & Property Owner Association

Larkin Street Business & Property Owner Association's mission is to provide businesses and property owners with a unified voice to increase neighborhood vitality through business promotion, historical and multicultural heritage preservation and advocacy for an improved quality of life for all.

Central Market Community Benefit District

Since our founding in 2006, the Central Market Community Benefit District (CMCDB) has helped to make Central Market a safer, cleaner, more attractive and comfortable place for locals and visitors to explore, shop, dine and enjoy. CMCBD supplements the City’s public safety, cleaning and maintenance services and helps them be more responsive to our neighborhood’s needs. We also provide other valuable services, from beautifying streetscapes to marketing that attracts potential customers, which boosts economic vitality and quality of life for everyone with a stake in Central Market.

Union Square

Union Square is the retail and cultural hub of San Francisco. It boasts the city’s largest collection of luxury, department and boutique shopping, making it one of the premier tourist attractions in the Western United States. A spectacular selection of hotels, art galleries, salons, and theaters also contribute to the area's cosmopolitan, 24-hour character.

Clement Street Merchants Association

The Clement Street Merchants Association (CSMA) is an association of merchants, business owners and non-profits that maintain their business on or around Clement Street in San Francisco. CSMA members represent diverse businesses from a variety of backgrounds. It is this rich multicultural fiber that defines our business corridor. We invite you to join our Association. Let’s make a difference by growing together.

Greater Geary Boulevard Merchants Association

Geary Boulevard has had a rich history of service to the people of San Francisco and particularly the Richmond District. There are hundreds of merchants spanning from Van Ness to the Ocean ready to serve you here. So whether you are looking for a place to dine or a place to buy a dining room table you can find it on Geary Blvd.

Balboa Village Merchants Association

Balboa Village Merchants Association was established in 2016, after a dedicated efforts of local merchants and local school PTA's alike.

With businesses celebrating 20 years or more of standing on the strip to newer businesses flourishing the last 5 years, our corridor is one of the most vibrant in the San Francisco.

Fisherman's Wharf

Whether planning a visit or seeking information, you'll find a wealth of knowledge on how a historic era still influences the present-day culture, events, sights, sounds, and food of San Francisco's most famous waterfront community. Explore the neighborhood's ​​past, join in today's fun, and catch a glimpse into our future!

North Beach Business Association

Enjoy the beautiful neighborhood located between Fisherman’s Wharf and Downtown San Francisco. The cafes and stores are unique, and design neat things just for you. This is where the beat poets stayed, and where inspiration lasts. The night life is full of theatre, bars, clubs, and sound – North Beach is happening right now!

Top of Broadway Community Benefit District

The Top of Broadway CBD consists of properties on Broadway Street between Columbus and Montgomery Streets, and Kearny Street between Columbus and Broadway in addition to some adjacent properties. The purpose of the CBD will be to promote economic vitality, improve livability, and advocate area identity, with a commitment to making the area a safe, beautiful, and enjoyable place to live, work and visit. The historic Broadway district in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood is the birthplace of SF's entertainment scene and bringing the Barbary Coast back!

Fisherman’s Wharf Community Benefits District

San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf is a world famous tourist attraction and a thriving and vibrant local neighborhood and commercial area. Home to world-class dining, shopping, hotels and endless entertainment opportunities, the Wharf is truly the place to start your San Francisco experience.

As the home of San Francisco's fishing fleet, docked along Jefferson Street, Fisherman's Wharf is the important center of our city's historic fishing industry. Along our neighborhood's "Fish Alley" you can still see fishermen at work, which is always a fun and unique San Francisco experience. The Wharf area is also the launching point for Bay cruises and charters.

Family entertainment is a neighborhood specialty. With our famous sea lions, Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum, Musée Mecanique, the Aquarium of the Bay at PIER 39, the S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien and the World War II submarine, the USS Pampanito, Fisherman's Wharf is the perfect place to bring the kids. Specialty shops and restaurants line the Wharf--including the PIER 39 and Anchorage Square shopping complexes. The world famous Ghirardelli Square has been converted to an open-air center filled with fun shops and restaurants. Here you can even see the company's original chocolate-making machines.

PIER 39

PIER 39 is a must on your list of your things to do in San Francisco, with sea lions, waterfront dining, street performers, live music, shopping and more.

Outer Noriega Merchants

An "association" of merchants that want to come together to provide a better sense of community on our block and to support one another. To encourage new customers to come and shop and eat on our block and help us better our neighborhood throughout community involvement.

Iriving Street

Irving Street is a destination for not only locals, but students and foodies on the hunt for good, cheap eats. Irving also has multiple financial institutions, boutiques, clothing stores, dry cleaners, pharmacies, and vibrant markets. The neighborhood is easily accessible by transit and auto. The Outer Sunset Merchant and Professionals Association is a strong and active merchants association dedicated to the advancement of Outer Irving. There are opportunities to bridge and increase collaboration among merchants to support beautification efforts and engage in business attraction strategies to grow the economic vitality of the corridor.

Outer Sunset Merchant and Professional Association Outer Sunset

The Outer Sunset Merchants Association promotes and advocates for small independent businesses in the Outer Sunset Neighborhood.

Inner Sunset Merchants Association

Since our founding in 1928, the Inner Sunset Merchant’s Association has been the voice of our neighborhood’s business community. We are an all-volunteer, nonprofit association committed to supporting, promoting and advocating for the needs of our local business community. We welcome new merchants into our neighborhood and work hard to drive new business to our growing community. Our success also depends upon the continued support of our neighbors and the safety and beauty of our neighborhood.

We work diligently to develop resources for our growing businesses and we hope to support them through regular business seminars aimed at providing key information for the success of small
businesses: small business lending, accounting practices, retirement programs for small businesses, finding and keeping good employees, ADA compliance issues, city permitting processes, etc.

Ocean Avenue Community Benefit District

Established in December 2010, the Ocean Avenue Community Benefit District is one of the newest CBDs in San Francisco. The district boundaries include properties that front Ocean Avenue from Manor Drive on the west running along Ocean Avenue to Interstate 280. There are 148 properties within the district including commercial, retail, educational, non-profit and residential uses. Managed by a nonprofit organization called Ocean Avenue Association, this district will focus on cleaning and maintenance; safety; marketing; and streetscape improvements for 15 years.

Polk District Merchants Association

The Polk District Merchants Association represents a mix of retail, locally-owned restaurants, bars and music, cafes, and specialty stores on Polk Street. Our mission is to promote and advocate for our member businesses while actively working to support the local community. From Practical to Personal, find yourself on Polk!

Lower Polk Community Benefits District

Lower Polk community members have been involved in several community improvement efforts over the years to make the Lower Polk neighborhood a better place to conduct business and live. This endeavor includes the efforts of the Lower Polk Neighborhood Organization “LPN”. LPN is comprised of a group of local merchants, property owners, and residents who are committed to making the Lower Polk commercial corridor a vibrant and safe place.

Pops: People of Parkside Sunset

For over 60 years the Taraval Parkside Merchants Association. has promoted business and quality of life in their neighborhood. Now, as the People of Parkside Sunset (POPS), have evolved into a new organization that includes both local business owners and residents. POPS sponsors special events like sidewalk sales, “Taste of Taraval” promotions to highlight local restaurants, local talent shows, street fairs, and merchant mixers. In 2010, we secured a facade-improvement grant for four Taraval businesses.

Portola Neighborhood Association

The Portola Neighborhood Association’s (PNA) mission is to revitalize San Bruno Avenue. By increasing cleanliness, working with property owners to fill vacancies, providing support to existing merchants, promoting the shopping district, and attracting resources for physical improvements, we are building a connected community. The PNA also celebrates neighborhood pride by organizing special events, such as the Portola Festival, collaborating with other community groups, and creating new projects to improve the commercial corridor.

Sacramento Street Merchants

The Sacramento Street shopping and business district is located between two beautiful neighborhoods – Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights. Formerly known for its exclusive antiques shops the street has changed over recent years. There is a new fresh selection of small, local businesses worth discovering! Check the shop directory on our website for stores and websites.

Union Street Merchants Association

Since the 1950's, Union Street has been one of San Francisco's Top visitor destinations - because of its wonderful mix of specialty shops, services and restaurants in an "only in S.F." historic Victorian setting, drawing not only locals but also visitors from around the world.

Today's Union Street and its surrounding Cow Hollow neighborhood, named among the top 5 best neighborhoods in the nation for young adults to live, also caters to the younger generation with gyms, cycle shops, yoga and spas and an abundance of beauty, health and fitness venues, boutiques, sports bars and coffee shops.
Experience local San Francisco - Victorian in setting with today's youthful vibe and vitality.

Japantown Nichonmachi

San Francisco’s Japantown is only one of three remaining Japantowns in the United States. Sprung up from 1906 earthquake, Japan Town has been a part of an ever evolving landscape. Japantown Nichonmachi helps to preserve the unique culture of the district with a wide array of shops, restaurants and a hotel, as well as cultural programming.

Fillmore Street

Fillmore Street is one of San Francisco’s great treasures. It’s the main shopping and dining district in one of the city’s finest neighborhoods.
Bounded on the east by the ethnic vitality of Japantown, on the south by the nightlife of the Fillmore Jazz District, and on the north by Pacific Heights, with its grand mansions and views of the bay, this is a neighborhood of great diversity. Thrift shops and the trendiest boutiques range from cheap to chic.
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Visitacion Valley Business Opportunities and Outreach to Merchants

Visitacion Valley Business Opportunities and Outreach to Merchants (VVBOOM) is all about opening and promoting business opportunities that can help the community grow further. VVBOOM is the catalyst to build connections between businesses, residents and service-providers.

West Portal Merchants Association

The West Portal Merchants Association (WPMA) collectively represents the business community on the West Portal Avenue commercial corridor. WPMA promotes and advocates for member businesses, while actively engaging and collaborating with the local community. The Association works to keep the neighborhood vibrant while retaining its charm and character.

Bayview Merchants Association

The Bayview is an ethnically diverse neighborhood in the southeast sector of beautiful San Francisco, home to a variety of shops, restaurants, historic landmarks and public spaces.
Just a short train ride from downtown (T line), the Bayview is also easily accessible by bus: 19-Polk, 24-Divisadero, 23-Monterey, 44-O’Shaughnessy, 54-Felton, car (Interstate 101 and 280), bicycle or foot.
Stroll down the Third Street commercial corridor and encounter family-owned coffee shops, swinging jazz and blues clubs, beautiful murals painted by local artists, decorative gardens tended by community residents, and delicious dining options – all while basking in the warmest and sunniest weather in the city. The Bayview is rapidly catching on as the hidden gem of San Francisco.
Stop by and experience the renaissance!

One BayView

With nearly 3000 businesses, 21,000+ jobs, and one of the highest levels of home ownership in the city, Bayview is an amazing vibrant community. There are many parts of Bayview - India Basin, Silver Terrace, ButcherTown, Bayview Heights, Candlestick, Candlestick Heights, Hunter's Point, Hunter's View, the Shipyard, Portola Place. Many communities come together with one voice as OneBayview to support #ShopBayview and #ShopDine49. We are linking our neighbors with the goods and services that need and want and didn't even know it was right here in their backyard.

Bayview Under Ground Food Scene

The Bayview Underground Food Scene produces, promotes, and advocates curated, fun food and beverage activities in San Francisco’s Bayview district as a community-building strategy. BUFS was conceived in 2012 and has since hosting several such events.

Glen Park Merchants Association

Glen Park’s coffee shops, markets, and boutiques give the neighborhood a village in a City feeling. Off the beaten past, but easily accessible by public transportation, Glen Park is a great neighborhood to experience and explore. Shopping corridors are Chennery and Bosworth

Hayes Valley Merchants Association

The mission of the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association (HVNA) is to promote a sense of friendly association and community involvement throughout Hayes Valley; preserve and reinforce our neighborhood’s cultural and economic diversity, historic character, beauty and architecture; and insure our community’s constructive participation in San Francisco’s governmental process.

Mission Creek Merchants Association

Nestled between the Mission and Potrero Hill lies a neighborhood recently coined, "Mission Creek", in homage to the historic creek running below San Francisco. One mouth of the creek lies roughly underneath 17th and Bryant, in the heart of the Mission Creek neighborhood. Running from 16th to 23rd, between Potrero Avenue and South Van Ness, the Mission Creek neighborhood is home to an eclectic and growing mix of eateries, bars, salons, spas, healers, shopping, schools, business services, theaters, artists, entertainment and more. Merchants and residents are excited to continue building a sense of community in this area, through the promotion of events and the cultivation of green and communal spaces. A nascent merchant association encourages residents to think about the manifold advantages of supporting the various local, small businesses that make the Mission Creek area unique, while providing advocacy, networking and information to assist these companies.

Potrero Dogpatch Merchants Association

The Potrero-Dogpatch Merchant Association (PDMA) is made up of over 100 businesses from the Potrero and Dogpatch neighborhoods of San Francisco. We represent an eclectic mix of food and drink, salons, spas, healers, shopping, schools, business services, entertainment and much more. We have fantastic weather, breathtaking views and offer a true San Francisco experience. Walk, drive, bike or catch a bus or train to the City's hidden treasure!

South Beach Mission Bay Business Association

SBMBBA represents restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and professional services businesses in the South Beach Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco. Our Mission is to actively engage neighborhood businesses through sustained outreach, monthly meetings, networking and small business related events. SBMBBA promotes and advocates for member businesses, while working with city departments to build a stronger local community.

South of Market Business Association

The South of Market Business Association is a nonprofit organization working to promote South of Market as a vital place to live, work, visit and do business. SOMBA mobilizes businesses, residents, community groups and government to identify priorities, challenges and solutions to maintain a strong and vibrant community.

North East Mission Bay

The North East Mission is a unique, complex and primarily light industrial neighborhood located in the heart of San Francisco between the Inner Mission, SOMA, and Potrero Hill neighborhoods. This vibrant blue-collar neighborhood is home to many production, distribution and repair [PDR] type businesses as well as a large art and high-tech community. NEMBA’s goal is to provide both large and small businesses within its boundaries with a strong, unified voice to affect positive change within the neighborhood and at City Hall.

Yerba Buena Alliance

The Yerba Buena Alliance believes stable and vibrant businesses, beautiful and accessible public spaces, mutually-beneficial and lasting relationships, and an engaged community are key to ensuring a high quality of life in San Francisco and the Yerba Buena Neighborhood. The Yerba Buena Alliance supports the Yerba Buena Neighborhood by strengthening partnerships, providing critical neighborhood-wide leadership and infrastructure, serving as an information source and forum for the area’s diverse residents, businesses, and visitors, and promoting the area as a destination.

Yerba Buena Community Benefits District

The Yerba Buena Community Benefit District was approved by district property owners in 2008 to improve the quality of life in the area. Our mission is to provide programs that foster a safer and more secure community, create a cleaner and greener neighborhood, and reinforce the viability of our economic base. We began implementing programs in 2009. They include a Community Guides program, 10B police officer program, graffiti removal, street and sidewalk cleaning, marketing and other improvement efforts.

Excelsior Action Group

Our mission sounds simple: To revitalize the San Francisco Excelsior neighborhood's commercial corridor by involving residents, merchants, neighborhood associations, and city agencies through activities aimed to reinvigorate, green, beautify, strengthen, and unify our diverse community.

Chestnut Street Merchants Association

Chestnut Street is composed of an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and services. While sophisticated in nature, the street has a distinctive neighborhood feel. The street is usually bustling with people meeting for coffee, shopping for trendy clothes, running errands or meeting for lunch or dinner. If you live in the neighborhood you would find that you probably wouldn't have to ever go off the street to do your shopping or find every service that you might require in your daily business.

Marina Merchants Association

Marina Merchants Association
With its stunning Bayfront views of the Golden Gate Bridge to some of the trendiest and happening shopping and dining, the Marina District may be San Francisco's finest neighborhood. Nestled between the historic Presidio, Fort Mason, San Francisco Bay and the mansions of Pacific Heights our district features hundreds of shops, specialty boutiques and restaurants ranging from haute cuisine to the best neighborhood joints. You can also the city's best nightlife mix with a versatile mix of sports bars, lounges dance clubs and cozy wine bars. Finally, with dozens of hotels and inns the Marina provides visitors with the perfect San Francisco experience just steps away from the Bay.

Fort Mason Center

Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC) is a nonprofit operating within a Historic Landmark District along the northern waterfront of the San Francisco Bay. Part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, FMCAC hosts an ever-evolving rotation of artistic programming for over 1.2 million annual visitors that includes theater and dance performances, art installations, as well as educational and cultural classes. As part of Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture’s commitment to supporting San Francisco’s artistic community, FMCAC provides approximately $2.5 million in annual grants to local arts organizations. These grants allow groups to produce diverse and innovative works at the historic campus.
In addition to the thousands of events that occur each year on campus, FMCAC hosts nearly two dozen nonprofit and arts organizations as permanent residents. These residents receive annual support from FMCAC, allowing them to focus on producing original artistic programming. Current residents include the Pulitzer Prize winning Magic Theatre, City College’s Fort Mason Art Campus, BATS Improv, the SFMOMA Artists Gallery and the internationally acclaimed Greens Restaurant.
A pioneer in the reuse of military bases, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture has been honored by the California Preservation Foundation for its efforts preserving the historic U.S. Army San Francisco Port of Embarkation.

PIER 39

PIER 39 is a must on your list of your things to do in San Francisco, with sea lions, waterfront dining, street performers, live music, shopping and more.

The Presidio Trust

The Presidio Trust is an innovative federal agency created to save the Presidio and transform it for a new national purpose. The Trust's vision is that the Presidio will be forever a public place: vital to the Bay Area, important to all Americans, and recognized for achieving broad benefits for the nation.

Golden Gate National Park Conservancy

Muir Woods. Crissy Field. Alcatraz. The Marin Headlands. Stinson Beach. Lands End. The Presidio. And 30 more beloved national park sites north and south of the Golden Gate.
Only one non-profit organization supports them all. The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
Since 1981, partnering with the National Park Service and Presidio Trust, the Conservancy has provided over $300 million in support to the Golden Gate National Parks, rallied more than 250,000 volunteers, and pioneered innovative park stewardship and education programs.
Explore our diverse array of programs and projects in support of the parks—and then learn how you can help. Become a member, contribute, or volunteer.

National Parks Service, Presidio

For 218 years, the Presidio served as an army post for three nations. World and local events, from military campaigns to World Fairs and earthquakes, left their mark. Come enjoy the history and the natural beauty of the Presidio. Explore centuries of architecture. Reflect in a national cemetery. Walk along an historic airfield, through forests or to beaches, and admire spectacular vistas.

Haight Ashbury Merchants Association

The Haight Ashbury Merchants Association (HAMA) was established to build merchant cooperation, promote, improve, market, advertise, and beautify the Haight Ashbury shopping district and visitor experience. Our organization seeks to create a vibrant community and a welcoming place for residents and visitors alike. Annually, we have sponsored the holiday lights on the trees along Haight street. Our members have drafted and approved a plan to revitalize the street.

Stonestown Galleria

Stonestown Galleria, originally Stonestown Shopping Center, was built in 1952 by the Stoneson brothers. It was built in the Lakeside neighborhood, bordering Lake Merced. Stonestown has two stories and 160 stores. The anchors are two stories, but most in-line stores are one story, the two anchor stores are Macy’s and Nordstroms. Stonestown Galleria offers an outstanding collection of retailers in a beautiful indoor setting. Top performing categories such as women’s apparel, shoes and jewelry and several new-to-market concepts, including Typo, Lorna Jane, City Sports Club and Lovesac, make this shopping destination a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Acres of free parking with convenient access from 19th Avenue/Highway 1 give Stonestown Galleria a unique edge in this densely populated market. Anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s, Trader Joe’s and a United Artists Cinema, Stonestown Galleria boasts more than 120 sought-after retailers such as Armani Exchange, Uniqlo, Michael Kors, Ann Taylor, Sephora, J.Crew, Banana Republic, Forever 21, H&M and Apple.

Bernal Business Alliance

Bernal Business Alliance is a nonprofit membership organization for businesses located in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Our Mission is to:

1. Provide a center of communication for new and existing businesses in Bernal Heights;
2. Encourage area businesses to work together on special events and projects that benefit Bernal Heights and the mutual interests of businesses and residents;
3. Expand awareness of Bernal Heights and all its professional resources;
4. Maintain a census of area businesses and work together to address safety, business promotion and quality of life issues;
5. Conserve and nourish Bernal Heights’ distinctive character, charm and ambiance.

Mission Bernal Merchants Association

We are a San Francisco-based group dedicated to serving the Mission Street corridor from Cesar Chavez to Randall.

San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department

Need another good reason to love the City by the Bay? How about this one: more green space than any other municipality in the United States. Our recreation and parks system makes the most of an incomparable natural setting, with more than 220 parks and places for you to enjoy throughout the city.
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