St. Francis Homes Association


Welcome to the St. Francis Wood Website


 Homeowners register and sign in to the website for access to Governing Documents 2017 under "pages and links" tab 


Residents Take Note:  The planned rennovations for the Monterrey Parksways can be found under "pages and links", Park and Parkways for registered website users. 


Residents Take Note: On Saturday June 17, 2017 our new gopher abatement contractor started. You will notice flagged areas at Terrace Park,  Upper St. Francis Blvd. and Yerba Buena. Please use caution when mowing these areas. There are traps installed at the flagged areas.




We are a neighborhood located in the center of San Francisco on the western face of the city’s highest peak, Mount Davidson. It was heavily-forested land remote from downtown San Francisco, when the Mason-McDuffie Company sought in 1912 to create a residence park that embodied the highest ideals of early twentieth century landscaping and architecture. Laid out by the Olmsted Brothers, St. Francis Wood attracted some of the Bay Area’s most accomplished architects including John Galen Howard, Louis Christian Mullgardt, Henry Gutterson, Gertrude Comfort, Masten and Hurd, and Julia Morgan. St Francis Wood is one of the country’s most successful examples of a City Beautiful “garden suburb.” Yes, we have occasional fog, but we also have sunshine, views of the Pacific Ocean, and all that San Francisco can offer. Truly, a place to leave one's heart!


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San Francisco, California 94127

For homeowner review!  Governing Documents 2017

Our big project this year is to seek final approval of amendments and upgrades to our CC&Rs and By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation. This is a challenging project for the neighborhood, but extremely important. Please find a complete redraft of our governing documents for homeowner review and comment. After signing into the website, click on the "pages and links" tab to find the relevant documents, along with a full statement from the Board president, Denis Shanagher.