Photos by Bonnee Waldstein Food shopping, along with the rest of life, is beginning to change from a surreal experience, to the new normal. Shoppers are smiling at each other and the Canyon Market staff, not sure if their expressions can be read beyond their face masks. Janet Tarlov keeps the traffic moving safely Everyone […]
Archives for March 2020
Senator Wiener has some reflections and helpful advice on taking care of your mental health during this time of social distancing. Read the newsletter here
Here’s the latest update from Supervisor Mandelman. Read the newsletter here.
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Glen Park looks deserted these days. Still, many essential services are available. Best to stay as close to home as possible, avoid the crowds, and support our local merchants. Below is a list of businesses in Glen Park that are open and their current hours of operation. Will be updated as we get new information. […]
These need not be such dark times. There is still art to be made! Warm up your vocal cords or start practicing your instruments. Each week, on Wednesday at noon, step outside your door or open your window and make the hills (and the flats) come alive with music. You will have one week to learn the […]
Please refer to our latest story, which you can read here. It’s been updated as of Monday, March 23. UPDATED: Saturday, March 21 Glen Park Hardware is OPEN Glen Park Cleaners is OPEN Critter Fritters is OPEN Cafe Bello is OPEN. Buddies Market is OPEN Glen Park Market (across from BART) is OPEN […]
Photos by Marian Dalere
Our local bookstore got a shout out from the Chronicle’s Heather Knight Wednesday. Read it here.
Lyft has informed the GPA that it has pulled the discussion of a bikeshare dock on Arlington at Roanoke from the March 20 SFMTA Engineering in light of the disruption of the Coronavirus. The company will inform the community when the item will be rescheduled. Community members are encouraged to be part of the planning […]
We’re trying to get the word out that we are reserving our first hour of business (7-8am) for people 65 and older to shop every day at Canyon Market, starting tomorrow while the shelter in place order is in effect. Our senior discount policy will be in effect in addition to the regular Monday/Wednesday/Friday discount […]
Read Mission Local’s post here: COVID-19: Ingleside Police Station closes for cleaning after officers potentially exposed
Photos by Bonnee Waldstein The usual weekend hustle and bustle of folks enjoying a Saturday night in the neighborhood was nowhere to be seen tonight. The village was eerily quiet. The only establishment that seemed to be thriving was Canyon Market, which experienced a surge of shoppers all day and into the evening. The obvious […]
Supervisor Mandelman has put together helpful information for San Franciscans coping with the COVID-19 crisis. Read the Newsletter here.
Dear Glen Park Community, Thank you for your steadfast support and excitement for the Glen Park Festival, previously scheduled for Sunday, April 26, 2020. We have decided to postpone this April’s festival in the best interest of our community, attendees, supporters, and general public health. We do hope to still host a 2020 festival later […]
CANCELLED Upper Noe Neighbors will host a community meeting Wednesday, March 18, 7 to 8:30 pm, at Upper Noe Recreation Center, 295 Day Street. Agenda: Annual Committee Elections Community Safety Update from SFPD Sampling of treats from Delights by Lisa J-Church Project updates Everyone is welcome. – Olga email@example.com Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/uppernoeneighbors Our […]
SFMTA is looking for feedback regarding a proposed bike share station on Arlington at Roanoke at its Engineering Meeting on Friday, March 20, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 416. The department also weighs written comments sent to Sustainable.Streets@sfmta.com. Please click here to see the flyer posted at the site.
Greetings Folks Interested in the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Redesign, As you may know, the 2-year extension of the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Pilot Project is coming to an end, and the SFMTA is looking to make the current roadway configuration permanent. As part of its approval process, the Agency will hold an *Engineering Public […]