Neighborhood Group Organizations
The City’s Neighborhood Organizations are groups formed by residents, business and property owners who meet regularly and advocate for or organize activities within a neighborhood. These organizations are an important part of the fabric of the City and play a key role in the ongoing effort to make San Francisco a great place for everyone.
How are the Neighborhood Boundaries Determined?
San Francisco has 37 defined neighborhoods. These neighborhoods were established in 1990s when the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation establishing the Department’s required neighborhood notification requirements for projects.
How Do I Register My Organization?
New groups wishing to register with San Francisco Planning may do so by completing this application:
How Do I Update My Organization's Contact Info?
If you are an existing neighborhood organization and need to update your contact information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
List Registered Neighborhood Organizations
To view a list of the neighborhood groups associated with a particular neighborhood, click on the map below and download the excel spreadsheet containing contact details for all neighborhood groups that have expressed interest in receiving Planning Department notices.
At the bottom of the downloaded excel spreadsheet, you will find a worksheet tab that lists all the neighborhoods in alphabetical order. Click on the arrow pointing right, and the excel sheet will scroll to the other worksheet tabs for the specific neighborhoods that you're looking for. Once you've clicked on the correct neighborhood tab, the list of groups and organizations for that particular area will appear.
Can't see the map? Try going here.
The data behind this map can be downloaded from SanFranciscoData.