Corbett Heights Neighbors (CHN) was formed in July 2004 for the purpose of providing a forum for the residents to discuss common issues and concerns, develop solutions, and guide the direction of the neighborhood.  CHN Bylaws first approved in 2004 have most recently been updated on October 25, 2018  - View CHN Bylaws (updated October 2018)

CHN Goals
1. Beautify, maintain & improve the character of the neighborhood
2. Protect historic architectural resources
3. Ensure that new construction/development is compatible with the neighborhood
4. Maintain its 11 Parks
5. Increase security
6. Provide community outreach and an educational forum
7. Encourage friendly association among the neighbors


Membership Meetings
General Membership Meetings are planned for 2019 on January 24, April 25, July 25 and October 24 (the last Thursday of the first month each quarter). Meetings start at 7:00 PM at 501 Castro St near 18th St, 2nd floor above Bank of America.

2019 Membership Meeting Minutes:
January 24, 2019 Meeting
April 25, 2019 Meeting

July 25, 2019 Meeting

Documents Distributed in 2019:
Mt. Olympus Project Key Dates 
CHN 2019 Achievements to May 15 
CHN Election Guidelines

You can start your Membership or add your email address to our Distribution list on the Membership page.

CHN Officers & Board Members
CHN Officers & other Board Members are Neighbors who Volunteer to help improve our neighborhood.  CHN Board Meetings are planned for the second Wednesday of each month.  Members are welcome to attend Board Meetings, contact info@CorbettNeighbors.com, if interested.

Recent Board Meeting Minutes:
February 27, 2019 Meeting
March 13, 2019 Meeting

Officers:
Vice-President: Maryann Dresner (Ord Court)
Secretary: Mark Ryser (Ord St)
Treasurer: Leslie Koelsch (Corbett Ave)

Board Members 2019 - 2020:

Paul Allen (Mars St)
Josh Baskin  (Corbett Ave)
Susan Detwiler (Douglass St)
Bill Holtzman (Lower Terrace)
James Packer (Corbett Ave)
Jim Shay (Lower Terrace)

Treasurer Reports:
CHN's Treasurer, Leslie Koelsch, coordinates finances with our fiscal partner SF Parks Alliance and provides periodic updates:
June 6, 2019 Report