Welcome to DTNA
The Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association (DTNA) represents the people who live or work or own property in San Francisco’s Duboce Triangle neighborhood.
Our goal is to protect and improve our neighborhood’s quality of life, and to ensure that the Duboce Triangle continues to be the very best place to live, work, and play in San Francisco.
Bimonthly community meetings are the best place to learn about the important issues in our neighborhood and to get involved in our efforts. Find out how to attend our meetings.
Duboce Triangle News, our bimonthly newsletter, is distributed free of charge to over 3,000 households in our neighborhood, and sent to City leaders. Letters to the Editor are welcome and may be published. Read recent issues
Committee members actively work on Local Land Use and Transportation planning. Current initiatives include developing a vision of Slow Triangle, Greening the Triangle, Safety and Community Engagement. We're always looking for more neighbors to join us, so let us know if you’re interested in participating.
2022 Pride Sweep • 2022 Pride Family Noe Block Party
2022 Halloween in the Triangle • 14th Street Safety Project
Draft Port of San Francisco Waterfront Adaptation Strategies
SFMTA began activation of the new parking meter hardware in Duboce Triangle and the Castro meters on October 13, 2022.
Duboce Triangle Vision 2030
Building upon the ideas and concepts expressed in the Summer Vision Slow Triangle Workshops, neighbors are now looking to implement them. Traffic safety and traffic calming remain a core focus of these efforts, but complemented by three other areas, including greening & sustainability, neighborhood identity, and equitable access.
In recognition of these expanded goals, Vision Slow Triangle has been renamed Duboce Triangle Vision 2030 with Hans Galland continuing to be the Project Manager. To make this a reality, DTNA needs your help. Read more.
Help Plant and Water a New Tree Near You
In order to have a tree planted, we need neighbors to volunteer to water the trees for a few years, until the tree develops deep enough roots. Please take a look at the addresses below and if one is near you, please consider helping us protect the Duboce Triangle tree canopy by watering a new tree.
Addresses near empty tree wells:
14th St: 751, 831; 15th St: 2220, 2262, 2263; 16th St: 3635; Belcher St: 45; Castro St: Next to McKinley School; Church St: 126, 130, 160, 178; Duboce Ave: 460; Henry St: 122; Hermann St: 236; Noe St: 101, 123, 154; Potomac St: 57; Sanchez St: 90; Waller St: 335.
From the President
DTNA helps support the community in which you live or work.
Your generous DTNA contribution helps pay for the printing of our bimonthly newsletter.
DTNA volunteers distribute the Duboce Triangle News to all of the households and businesses in our neighborhood.