Welcome to the Dolores Heights Improvement Club!
Our meetings take place at the Bank of America Community Meeting Room at Castro and 18th. Our next DHIC meeting will be on September 19, 2013 after a summer holiday for everyone.
The last meeting in 2013 will be on: November 21st.
Instructions for the meeting room...this room is on top of the Sunglass Hut. Enter through the door to the right of the ATMs, and take the staircase on the right at the back of the lobby. Non-members with neighborhood concerns are welcome to attend.
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. We have bimonthly meetings.
Membership is open to all persons owning property or residing within the area 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.
To join, please print out the membership application, fill it out, and mail it back.
Online Discussion Group...We have an online discussion group about neighborhood issues that is open to any member or non-member, owning property within our boundaries, or residing within our boundaries. Each participant in the discussion group will be asked provide a name, address and phone number before being added to the group. Addition to the group can be requested via email to: email@example.com, or in person at one of our meetings.
Online Discussion Group Guidelines...
The Dolores Heights online discussion group welcomes your comments on neighborhood issues. We believe that civil online conversations are most enjoyable, thought-provoking, and encourage more neighbors to engage in the discussions. Please refrain from profanity, obscenity, spam, name-calling or attacking others for their views.
We do not monitor each and every posting before it is posted, but we reserve the right to delete comments that violate these guidelines. Let's all work to keep our online neighborhood respectful and fun!