The Golden Gate Heights Neighborhood Association (GGHNA) has spent considerable time and effort applying for funds from the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond for Golden Gate Heights Park. The good great news is that our 2015 application has been approved! More details of our plan can be found here.

Now, the hard work begins!

An important part of the process includes demonstrating neighborhood support in the form of fundraising to supplement the funds from the City.  In the past, successful proposals have raised approximately 30% of the total cost of improvements in cash and cash-equivalents. So now is the time to show your support for this exciting development by making an additional tax-deductible contribution. Find out more here.

Golden Gate Heights - Shangri-La In The Sunset

San Francisco is commonly known as a city of neighborhoods. Even in San Francisco, Golden Gate Heights is a well-kept secret.  Just as the neighborhood’s streets break from the Sunset’s grid pattern to conform to the steep slopes, Golden Gate Heights stands in contrast to the rest of the Sunset with a combination of magnificent views, hidden stairways, and patches of nearly-pristine open space.

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. 

  • View North

    Looking north from the 15th Avenue Stairway

  • View Downtown

    Looking towards downtown SF from the 15th Avenue Stairway

  • View Southwest

    Looking Southwest from Grand View Peak

  • Rocky Outcrop

    Rocky Outcrop at 14th Avenue and Ortega Street

  • Twin Peaks

    Looking toward Twin Peaks from Oriole Way