You can make a difference in your community and in the success of HOPE SF. HOPE SF wants to hear your thoughts and ideas. Here are some ways you can get involved.
For Current Residents
HOPE SF is committed to inclusive planning and implementation. We want to hear residents’ thoughts and ideas. Visit Take Action
for ways to get involved.
For Other Partners and Members of the Community
Many questions can be answered in Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about the HOPE SF capital campaign in Invest
Learn about where HOPE SF sites are located on the HOPE SF Communities page
Find out about the HOPE SF site in your neighborhood:
- Hunters View
- Westside Courts
- Alice Griffith
Site Planning Meetings
Each development team hosts meetings to discuss aspects of the development, from the type of community space and parks residents and neighbors want to see to the type of buildings people will live in. Find out more about the site planning meetings hosted by individual development teams by contacting the Development Team’s designated contact person (see below)
Each HOPE SF site has a designated contact person. Contact your Key Contact (see below) with questions or feedback about the rebuilding process for your community.
HOPE SF Newsletter
||Hunters View: Christina Mun, John Stewart Company, 415.345.4409
||Potrero: Ben Golvin Equity Community Builders, office: 415.561.6200 x203 cell: 415.308.8711 Lauren Berkman, Bridge Housing, 415.321.4009
||Westside Courts: John Howell, Em Johnson Interest, 415.255.8710
||Sunnydale: Tonja Boykin, Mercy Housing, SF main office: 415.355.7132. Sunnydale office: 415.452.9744
||Alice Griffith: Kate Hartley, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, 415.749.2402
The HOPE SF Newsletter offers quarterly updates about planning and implementation. See recent HOPE SF Newsletters.