Please join us for our next IBNA community meeting:

Saturday, August 5, 10:30 am

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Join IBNA on a bus tour of the Hunters Point Shipyard environmental clean up tour!
Instead of our regular meeting, we will be joining the Shipyard Clean Up Tour: The Navy has reserved spaces for our community to get a tour of the Hunters Point Shipyard with Radiological Health and Safety Expert Dr. Kathryn Higley. Here’s your chance to find out everything you ever wanted to know about the shipyard.
Saturday, August 5, 2017, at 10:30 am.
Here is a direct link for IBNA members to sign up for the bus tour:
451 Galvez Ave # 100, SF 94124 (the community room behind The Storehouse in the Shipyard).

Save The Dates:

Saturday, October 7, get ready to paddle like Moana at our Youth Day on the Bay with America True and the India Basin Neighborhood Association. Kids, kayaks, BBQ and a rock climbing wall!

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About Us

In response to PG&E’s plans to build a second power plant in our neighborhood, the Innes Avenue Coalition was formed in November, 1994. Then two-years later in 1996, The Friends of India Basin came together as a park stewardship organization for the Shoreline Park. By 2000, the groups merged to form the India Basin Neighborhood Association. Since then we have fought to keep what is great about India Basin, the natural beauty and open space.

The history of India Basin is a curious combination of industry and open space, business and pleasure. The name India Basin first appeared on a map in 1868, but theories as to its origin remain murky. The Most Unexceptional guess is that India Basin is named for the ships from the India Rice Mill Company, which docked there in the 19th century. A more creative explanation has it that it was so named because water from nearby springs would stay fresh until a ship reached India.

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