The Fair Oaks Neighbors is a neighborhood community organization for the Fair Oaks Street area of San Francisco. Running from south of Liberty Street to north of Cesar Chavez, and from Dolores Boulevard on the west to San Jose Avenue on the east, the neighborhood has gone by many names. Some claim it’s part of Noe Valley, some say it’s part of the Mission, some call it Jamestown (for Saint James Church), some call it Baja Noe, while others have recently been calling it Mission Deluxe. And of course some insist that the northern end is definitely within the Liberty Hill historic district. But most of the neighbors simply call it home and the best place to live in San Francisco.
Our web site is designed to communicate useful information to our neighbors and the city at large. You’ll find important tips for dealing with issues like public safety and security, as well as fun facts about the special place that Fair Oaks becomes every Halloween for thousands of children from across San Francisco.