Cow Hollow Association's (CHA) mission is to preserve and enhance the residential character and quality of life of the Cow Hollow neighborhood.
The CHA board is a volunteer organization that meets monthly to address issues that support our mission; zoning, Presidio development, neighborhood beautification, traffic, Lombard development, etc.
We encourage your involvement in CHA. Become a member and support the efforts of your neighborhood association. CHA is a non-profit (501C3). Your dues are tax-deductible and we are eligible for donations from Family Charitable Trusts.
Please let us know if you'd like to attend a board meeting to hear more about the issues we are addressing. It’s a great way to effect change and to meet and work with your neighbors. All members are welcomed to attend our Annual Meeting in May at the St. Francis Yacht Club.
This site provides additional information about the CHA, current issues, discussion forum, links to community resources, Neighborhood Design Guidelines, and contact information.
Cow Hollow boundaries are the rectangle in the City and County of San Francisco bounded by Greenwich Street, Pierce Street, Pacific Avenue and Lyon Street, and including the north-south streets between Greenwich and Lombard.