About the GGHNA
For over 30 years, the Golden Gate Heights Neighborhood Association (GGHNA) has worked to preserve and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood. While our primary interest encompasses the area bounded by Kirkham Street to the north, Ninth Avenue to the east, Santiago Street to the south and Nineteenth Avenue to the west, our concerns extend to adjoining areas as well.
In addition to routine matters such as parking and traffic, development, and maintenance of parks and other public property, GGHNA has addressed numerous issues in recent years, including:
- Concerns over AT&T’s plans to place hundreds of utility boxes on public sidewalks throughout the city in terms of impeding pedestrian access, graffiti, and general aesthetics;
- The balance between preserving native plant and animal habitat and the realities of urban life in the 21st Century;
- The impact of proposed Sunday parking meter enforcement in nearby commercial areas;
- Improvements to Golden Gate Heights Park, including the play area, tennis courts, and pathways
- Support for the ongoing maintenance of the Moraga Street Tiled Steps and for the development of the Hidden Garden Tiled Steps (16th Avenue between Kirkham and Lawton);
- Support for Herbert Hoover Middle School’s extracurricular activities.
The strength of our voice is a reflection of the number of households we represent. Dues are $10 per household for the calendar year. Join today!
The Golden Gate Heights Neighborhood Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (ID 94-2784638) and contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Map of Golden Gate Heights and Surrounding Area
Board of Directors
Golden Gate Heights Neighborhood Association Executive Board
The Executive Board of the Golden Gate Heights Neighborhood Association consists of the Officers and Directors, who are elected at the Annual Meeting each year. The Executive Board is responsible for conducting the affairs of the Association in accordance with the Bylaws. The Executive Board meets on the first Tuesday of most months in the Community Room at the Taraval Police Station, 2345 24th Avenue, between Santiago and Taraval Streets. Meetings start at 7pm. Check the calendar page for changes to the meeting schedule.
Sally Stephens, President
Frank Noto, Vice President
Carla Kozak, Secretary
Jason Macario, Treasurer