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BERNAL HEIGHTS
NANNY GOAT HILL
Welcome to Bernal Heights, San Francisco.
Also called Nanny Goat Hill, the neighborhood was largely undeveloped until the big 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Thanks to the neighborhood being built on bedrock and sparse development, its buildings survived the tremors and subsequent fires. The neighborhood is mainly a residential one, with a commercial strip along Cortland Avenue featuring restaurants, bakeries, salons and a plethora of other small businesses. Bernal Heights is a strong community and the residents were instrumental in establishing the Bernal Heights neighborhood center in 1979. The center works to promote community organizing, affordable housing and senior as well as youth services. In addition, the community center puts on a fair, Fiesta on The Hill, during he summer festival months. The fair allows residents to enjoy family friendly entertainment like a petting zoo and donkey rides. The hilltop grassland boasts a wonderful piece of nature within the realms of the big city. A plethora of flora and animals like raccoons, raptors and coyotes, all call Bernal Heights their home. The large Bernal Hill Park allows dog owners to let their furry friends run free, and runners can work their femur muscles while circling the hilltop on Bernal Heights Boulevard, a designated 1-mile path that is closed off from traffic. The Precita and Holly parks have beautiful green areas where families can socialize but watch the little ones because the park is notorious for its unusually steep streets. In fact, one of them is claimed to be the steepest in the entire world!
BERNAL HEIGHTS
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