On a Mission: What We Do
DNA leverages our community's civic capital to support our mission: fostering friendly association among neighbors while maintaining the unique character of Dogpatch.
Just imagine what we can achieve together!
Since 1998, DNA has supported community members in a variety of ways including:
Creating the Dogpatch Historic District to encourage historic preservation and the adaptive reuse of existing structures;
Saving Esprit Park from development together with the original FoEP. Now DNA works with the Green Benefits District to protect and expand our open and green spaces.
Helping to close the polluting Potrero Power Plant. Maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in the neighborhood is a constant aim.
Supporting grassroots neighborhood efforts like the Dogpatch Hub, Tunnel Top Park, Woods Yard Playground and more, to ensure Dogpatch’s constructive participation in sustainable development of our city and neighborhood
Representing broader community interests in negotiations with Cannabis Lounge businesses. DNA actively seeks consensus among members’ when facing neighborhood change, opportunities and problems.
Photo Credit: Creative Commons "SF Pier 70" by BitBoy is licensed under CC BY 2.0
DNA Executive Team
Donovan Lacy, President
Katherine Doumani, Vice President
Emma Shlaes, Secretary
An Van de Moortel - Treasurer
Michael Berkowitz, Member-at-Large
Shawn Troedson Member-at-Large
Kayla Hughes, Member-at-Large
Emily Wang, Member-at-Large
Alexandra Lindsay, Member at Large