In a city the size of San Francisco, meeting people and developing deep connections with others can be challenging. Neighborhood Circles exist to help connect San Francisco Village members to others in their area on a more intimate level. Led by members, these sub-groups are open to all San Francisco Village members (not just those who live in the neighborhood) and meet regularly to coordinate potlucks, movie outings, walks in the park, political discussions and more.
Some of the established Neighborhood Circles identify themselves by zip code, like those in 94109, 94102 and 94115. Other Circles are forming in Diamond Heights, the Sunset, and Potrero Hill. Circle members have a common desire to know one another, to extend a hand, to broaden their perspectives, and to deepen their Village experience.
Currently circles exist in the following neighborhoods:
Bernal Heights/Potrero Hill
West of Twin Peaks Circle
If you’re interested in starting a neighborhood circle, contact our office: email@example.com or (415) 387-1375.
San Francisco Village members get together in their neighborhoods for local activities.