DNA Monthly Newsletters

The Dogpatch Dispatch is published on the first Tuesday of the month except for August. To subscribe please join our mailing list. The Dispatch contains the official DNA meeting agenda with any issues to be voted upon by active members. The newsletter also publicizes community events, issues of public concern and neighborhood activities.

To submit items for inclusion in the newsletter, please send to info@dogpatchna.org by the EOB on the first Sunday of the month. 

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First annual January Arts Month feature. 

 

We'll be hosting a round table discussion on the rich maker traditions that have made Dogpatch a treasure trove of art, craft and design.

Agenda and Meeting Link Below

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Welcome our New DNA Board!

 

Join us on Tuesday, December 14th for our joint DNA/PBNA Annual Holiday membership party. Come celebrate community as we gather together for the first time in over 2 years.

 

Our venue is the large and airy atrium & outdoor piazza of Union Iron Works Building 113 in Pier 70's Historic Core. It is not only a large and well ventilated indoor/outdoor space, but iconic and beautiful too.

 

Meet our new and continuing board members IN PERSON, and say hi to your neighbors!

All members--including kids--are invited to drop by for local fresh Long Bridge pizza, Harmonic beer, wine and cheer -- starting at 5:30pm

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Redistricting & Dogpatch

 

The 2020 Census results show the large growth in the Eastern Neighborhoods of San Francisco. Redistricting is the next step to ensure each of the eleven San Francisco Supervisoral districts receive equal representation at City Hall.

 

We've invited the League of Women Voters to join our meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 12th, to take us through the redistricting process and what it could mean for D10 and Dogpatch.

Think Globally--VOTE Locally--Act Neighborly

 

All paid members are invited to vote for our new DNA executive board, and to approve the bylaw updates at our Tuesday Nov 9th meeting. You must be present to vote.

 

Then SF Planning presents the proposals to relocate/reopen Southeast Caltrain stations, including our 22nd Street station.

Your voice is very important to our community's future--bring your thoughts and make your position known to the planning powers in our city.

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