The Dolores Heights Improvement Club was established in the 1960’s and came into being around neighborhood issues like development pressures. The Dolores Heights Improvement Club is a volunteer residential neighborhood association. We come together in the interest of the community to maintain and enhance its appearance, safety, communication, and value. The Dolores Heights neighborhood has a demarcated area within it called the Dolores Heights Special Use District, which was established in 1980 in response to the demolition of housing and the construction of large apartment buildings in nearby areas. See “Special Use District” for more information on the exact location of this area, and the building code restrictions that apply within its boundaries.
Officers and Board Members
Chair: Carolyn Kenady
Treasurer: Joe Titi
DHIC Board: Carolyn Kenady, Hans Kolbe, Jennifer Bury, Joe Titi, John O’Duinn, Liz Clark David Dea, Celeste Perron, and Russ Kellites
DHIC Board meets on the second Monday of every month (except July & December). Meetings are held via Zoom from 7pm – 8pm.
You are welcome to attend. Please email email@example.com to obtain the Zoom meeting link.
Each year DHIC hosts neighborhood gatherings in the spring and fall. Details are provided in the monthly DHIC newsletter and on www.doloresheights.org.
Our Green Gardens group holds monthly clean-ups on the first Saturday of the month from 9am – 10:30am. You are welcome to join us for all or part of the work session.
Current Covid protocols require participants to register in advance. For registration link and specific location of upcoming stairway greening, see the monthly DHIC newsletter or www.doloresheights.org.
You can email the Dolores Height Improvement Club email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our postal mailing address is: DHIC, P.O. Box 14426, San Francisco, California 94114
Membership is open to all persons owning property or residing within the area approximately bounded by the following four streets: Castro, 18th Street, Dolores Street and 22nd Street. These boundaries include the buildings on both sides of these boundary streets. For specific details, see the DHIC detailed map.
There are a few ways to join the DHIC: