India Basin Neighborhood Association Annual General Meeting

Saturday, February 23, 2019 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Eco Center at Heron’s Head Park, 32 Jennings at Cargo Way

  • Meet community guests District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton and Assessor Carmen Chu
  • Learn / share your thoughts about interim improvements and upcoming development from Build, Inc.; park and public art projects from the Trust for Public Land; and transit options from SFMTA and Cruise Automotive
  • Check out the Eco Center
  • Join / renew your IBNA membership via cash, check, or credit card
  • Vote for new IBNA Board members and VOLUNTEER
  • Enjoy celebratory snacks and beverages
  • Everyone welcome!

Want to help shape the future of the neighborhood?

IBNA is managed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. If you want to get to know your neighbors, use your talents to serve others, and help produce community events, consider serving on the Board. Learn more by contacting ibjill@comcast.net.


Monthly Meetings Information:

We meet on the first Saturday of each month at 9:00 am at the Storehouse on Galvez Ave right next to the entrance of the old Navy shipyard. Join us for a cup of coffee and help change the world… or at least the block.

February’s meeting is set for 02/02/2019, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. All are welcome.

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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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Board of Directors Bylaws

IBNA members hold official seats on:

and belongs to:

IBNA members advise citywide on: