Lower Polk Neighbors, in collaboration with MOEWD, focus on establishing a positive street identity, supporting the arts and the artistic revitalization of the the area between Bush and Geary off Polk Street.
Join the NEN for a visual tour of the first quarterly art walk and be sure to catch the upcoming walk on
October 20th, 2011 from 6-10pm.
The Divisadero Corridor Neighborhood was selected as the Comeback Neighborhood of the Year at the 2011 NEN Awards for the vast improvements throughout the community. In the last few years, the Divisadero Corridor has received alot of attention and through the work of local residents and the Mayor’s office of economic and workforce development, the community is now home to one of the recognized merchant corridors in San Francisco. Boasting a refurbished and green central median as well as innovative businesses, Divisadero has come along way from what it once was.
If you know a community thats made great strides in improving the quality of its residents, please make your nomination for the 5th Annual NEN Awards!
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Congratulations to the Lower 24th st. Merchant and Neighbors Association for receiving the award for Best Merchant Association of the Year at the 2011 NEN Awards for their work on beautification and resource development in the lower 24th st merchant corridor.