- Health Department Fact Sheet
- Health Department COVID-19 webpage
- City Government COVID-19 Services
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 page https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/
Welcome to the website of the Midtown Terrace Home Owners Association (MTHOA). The Association is maintaining this website in order to provide what we hope will be useful information for our members and for all the residents of our neighborhood. We welcome your comments and any suggestions you may have for making this website more helpful and for improving communications with each other.
COVID-19 Coronoa Virus Emergency
Please see the column on the left side of this page for a number of links which may be helpful to Midtown Terrace residents during the COVID-19 corona virus emergency. If you would like to receive text alerts from the city and county government related to the emergency text COVID19SF to 888-777 to get alerts for official updates. MTHOA urges you to be aware of the needs of your neighbors particularly those who are ill, elderly, or disabled.
The Community Connector program builds networks of neighbors and friends who can be there for each other – plus have fun and get more active together. www.sfcommunityliving.org https://www.facebook.com/CommunityLivingCampaign/
Twin Peaks Reopening Proposal
The SFMTA staff is recommending a proposal to reopen Twin Peaks by opening the gate at Portola Drive to traffic at all times and keeping the gate at Burnett Avenue closed. The Midcrest/Cityview Neighborhood Watch group is opposing this proposal to reopen the Portola Drive gate on a 24 hour basis. You can view their statement on this issue by clicking here.
MTHOA Annual Meeting
Because of the ongoing pandemic, the 2021 annual meeting will held on a virtual basis. Home owners who have provided their email contact information have been notified by email. Other Midtown Terrace home owners can register for the meeting using the link in the the meeting notice at midtownterrace.org/2021annuala.pdf. .