3801 3rd Street, Suite 1068, San Francisco, CA 94124
(415) 515 - 2190
The Bayview Merchants’ Association is a non-profit, non-partisan group of neighborhood businesses in the Bayview-Hunters Point district of San Francisco. We are dedicated to the success of the merchants that make up our organization.
Castro Merchant's mission is to unite area merchants in order to promote Castro neighborhood interests, increase business opportunities and facilitate communication between businesses and local government.
Founded in 1988 by May Louie, the San Francisco Chinatown Merchants Association (SFCMA) is an independent community organization dedicated to the revitalization of commerce and tourism in one of America's most unique historic neighborhoods. In 1991, shortly after the devastating Loma Prieta earthquake which destroyed the direct freeway link to Chinatown, SFCMA held our first Autumn Moon Festival. Through our annual sponsorship of tradition-based events like the Annual Autumn Moon Festival, the SFCMA seeks to help visitors and locals alike appreciate the rich cultural heritage of Chinatown and all those who live and work in the neighborhood.
The CSMA is an association of merchants, business owners and non-profits that maintain their business on or around Clement Street in San Francisco. CSMA members represent diverse businesses from a variety of backgrounds. It is this rich multicultural fiber that defines our business corridor.
The Fisherman’s Wharf Merchants Association was founded in 1946 to provide excellent member service and a strong unified voice that will ensure the growth of our community. Our vision is to preserve the history and guarantee the future health and success of the fishermen and merchants of Fisherman's Wharf.
The mission of the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association (HVNA) is to promote a sense of friendly association and community involvement throughout Hayes Valley; preserve and reinforce our neighborhood’s cultural and economic diversity, historic character, beauty and architecture; and insure our community’s constructive participation in San Francisco’s governmental process.
Since our founding in 1928, the Inner Sunset Merchants Association (ISMA) has been the voice of our neighborhood’s business community. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit association committed to supporting, promoting and advocating for the needs of our local business community. We welcome new merchants into our neighborhood and work hard to drive new business to our growing community. Our success also depends upon the continued support of our neighbors and the safety and beauty of our neighborhood.
The neighborhood that is now Japantown (Nihonmachi) is approximately one mile west of Union Square and is part of San Francisco’s Western Addition, a subdivision that came into being with the writing of the Van Ness Ordinance in 1855.
Our mission is to support a safe, thriving & inclusive Lower Haight by advocating for merchants & neighbors to the City and by promoting the neighborhood to San Francisco and engaging merchants and neighbors.
Mission Merchants Association (MMA) consists of over 100 businesses and property owners in the Mission District. We work with those businesses to promote and advocate for all locally-owned neighborhood businesses.
Founded in 1923, the Noe Valley Merchants Association is the second largest association in San Francisco. The Association’s members range from Noe's Nest and Just For Fun (Noe Valley institution) to more recent members such as Toast, Contigo and Two Birds Boutique.
NBBA invites you to enjoy their beautiful neighborhood located between Fisherman's Wharf and Downtown San Francisco. You'll find unique outdoor cafes, a full night life, theatre, bars, clubs, and much more. North Beach is where the beat poets stayed, and where inspiration lasts.
People of Parkside Sunset (POPS) promotes business and quality of life in our neighborhood. POPS sponsors special events like sidewalk sales, “Taste of Taraval” promotions to highlight local restaurants, local talent shows, street fairs, and merchant mixers.
The Polk District Merchants Association represents a mix of retail, locally-owned restaurants, bars and music, cafes, and specialty stores on Polk Street. Our mission is to promote and advocate for our member businesses while actively working to support the local community.
The Potrero Dogpatch Merchants Association (PDMA) is made up of 170+ businesses from Potrero and Dogpatch. We represent an eclectic mix of food and drink, salons, spas, healers, shopping, schools, business services, entertainment and much more. We have fantastic weather, breathtaking views and offer a true San Francisco experience. Our monthly general meetings occur the second Tuesday of every month from 9:45 to 11:00 a.m. at Goat Hill Pizza.
Sacramento Street Merchants Association represents a neighborhood that House Beautiful says has "The Best Design Shops In San Francisco. Straddling Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, two of San Francisco’s most gracious neighborhoods, Sacramento Street has experienced a boomlet of sophisticated and elegant shops."
PO Box 660 4th Street #545, San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 517 - 7076
The Benefits of membership to South Beach/Mission Bay Businesses include gaining information about the local community, network exposure, and a voice at City Hall. We aim to promote the area, arrange Local Business Nights and the Street Fair, and to advocate for businesses in our community.
The South of Market Business Association is a nonprofit organization working to promote South of Market as a vital place to live, work, visit and do business. SOMBA mobilizes businesses, residents, community groups and government to identify priorities, challenges and solutions to maintain a strong and vibrant community.
Since the 1950's, Union Street has been one of San Francisco's Top visitor destinations - because of its wonderful mix of specialty shops, services and restaurants in an "only in S.F." historic Victorian setting, drawing not only locals but also visitors from around the world.
Today's Union Street and its surrounding Cow Hollow neighborhood, named among the top 5 best neighborhoods in the nation for young adults to live, also caters to the younger generation with gyms, cycle shops, yoga and spas and an abundance of beauty, health and fitness venues, boutiques, sports bars and coffee shops.
The VCMA is a member-operated neighborhood association including merchants in and around the Valencia Corridor. Our mission is to cultivate and beautify the corridor for the benefit of visitors, residents and merchants.
The West Portal Merchants Association (WPMA) invites you to explore the light at the end of the tunnel...
Our association represents a unique mix of restaurants, bars, spas, salons, entertainment, and much more!