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Dolores Park

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Welcome to San Francisco’s sunny side, the land of street ball and Mayan-pyramid playgrounds, semiprofessional tanning and taco picnics. Although the grassy expanses are mostly populated by relaxing hipsters, political protests and other favorite local sports do happen from time to time, and there are free movie nights and mime troupe performances in summer. Climb to the upper southwestern corner for superb views of downtown, framed by palm trees.

Dolores Park was built on the site of a former Jewish cemetery that was used as a staging ground by Barnum & Bailey Circus and sold to the city in 1905. San Francisco’s 1906 earthquake and fire violently interrupted park planning, and it remained bumpy, squishy and poorly drained until its 2015 regrading. At the corner of 20th and Church Sts, note the gold-painted fire hydrant: this little fireplug was the Mission’s main water source during the 1906 earthquake and fire, and stopped the fire from spreading south of 20th St. Flat patches further down are generally reserved for soccer games, cultural festivals, candlelight vigils and ultimate Frisbee. Fair warning: secondhand highs copped near the refurbished bathroom may have you chasing the helados (ice-cream) cart.

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Free Admission to San Francisco Museums

Asian Art Museum

FREE First Sundays

One of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art with a collection of over 17,000 artworks spanning 6,000 years of history. Special collection surcharges may apply.

– 200 Larkin Street, San Francisco – BART: Civic Center

– confirmed 5/5/19

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

FREE First Tuesdays

Multidisciplinary art center features exhibitions, performances, film/video and rotating art exhibits with a focus on contemporary and emerging artists from the Bay Area and beyond.

– 3rd and Mission, San Francisco – BART: Powell Street

– confirmed 5/5/19

De Young Museum

FREE First Tuesdays

FREE Every Saturday for SF Residents

One of the most visited art museums in the country, the de Young showcases a priceless collection of American art from the 17th through 20th centuries along with art from Central and South America and the Pacific, in addition to an impressive collection of textiles. Special exhibition fees may apply. The de Young also hosts a free “Friday Nights at the de Young” program which runs seasonally (typically in the Fall).

– 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

– confirmed 5/5/19

SFMOMA

FREE Culture for Community Day – Next Date: September 19, 2019 (RSVP Required – open to everyone)

FREE “Family Days” (Periodic) – Next Date: TBA

While the museum doesn’t have a regularly-recurring free day for the general public, the SFMOMA does have many free options. There are periodic “Culture for Community” Free Days for everyone, plus “Free Family Days” where up to two adults may claim a free tickets when accompanied by a visitor 18 and under. Everyone 18 and under gets free admission every day. The museum features over 45,000 square feet of art-filled public spaces (no ticket required). The public spaces are open daily at 9:30 am with last admission a half hour before closing.

– 151 Third Street, San Francisco

– confirmed 5/5/19

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Community Information

Your Police district station is the Mission District Police Department. Located at 630 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110  Phone:415 558-5400 Non-Emergency Line:415-553-0123. For all emergencies please call 911

Smell Gas? Call 911 and PG&E’s 24-hour Customer Service Center at 1 800-743-5000

To report any common area issues, please contact Community Care at 800-400-2284 or via email at ccgeneral@actionlife.com

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Management Team

Manager:
Vanessa Strickland | vstrickland@actionlife.com

Manager Assistant:
Kimber Matthews| kmatthews@actionlife.com

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
850 Montgomery Street, Suite 150
San Francisco, CA 94133

Community Care

Action Property Management
p. 800-400-2284
f. 949-450-0303