Join us: RDH Event August 6 and Median Project Workday August 13

Volunteer to make Diamond Heights Even Better!

Reminder: Resilient Diamond Heights Survival Preparedness Event
Saturday, August 6, Christopher Park, 10:00 to 12 Noon
Resilient Diamond Heights (RDH) invites all to view disaster response equipment and supplies. Learn how to prepare your household for emergencies. Learn Diamond Heights plans and procedures for emergency response including where disaster supplies and the neighborhood shelter and support center are located. Hear about opportunities to organize your block for disaster response and opportunities to volunteer in an emergency.
Stop by anytime between 10:00 am and 12 noon on Saturday, August 6 at the events space at Christopher Park, 5210 Diamond Heights Blvd. For more information, reply to this message or contact contact Betsy Eddy at dhcasf@gmail.com.

Diamond Heights Blvd. Median Project Workday, August 13
Join us to help improve the appearance of Diamond Heights!
Date: Saturday, August 13
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon – Joining for even an hour or two will make a difference!
Location: Meet at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church on DH Blvd. at Gold Mine Dr.
Work: Pull weeds, trim grass, rake and pick up trash on the median islands
No gardening experience required. Tools and safety jackets will be supplied
Please reply to let us know you plan to help out.
The Median Project has been active since 2014 providing more attractive median islands for Diamond Heights

Volunteer with the Diamond Heights Community Association
The DHCA is enlisting volunteers for varied community projects:

  • Work with the SFPD on crime prevention
  • Work with MTA on plans for the 52 and 35 bus lines
  • Work on improving infrastructure needs and improving the neighborhood appearance
  • Organize an Adopt a Street program for trash pick up
  • Work with the Friends of Christopher Park and the SF Recreation and Park Dept. on park needs
  • Work on plans to reduce fireworks and improve fire safety

Our DHCA past accomplishments include retaining the Police Academy in Diamond Heights, concrete sidewalks along the length of Diamond Heights Blvd., stop signs at DH Blvd. and Diamond and advocated for the scheduled replacement of City water pipes.

If you would like more information, reply to this message or contact Betsy Eddy at dhcasf@gmail.com. Learn more about the DHCA at www.dhcasf.org.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s