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  • Overview

Support your neighborhood by joining or renewing today. Residents and owners of property in Miraloma Park are eligible to join.

The success of MPIC’s community activities—advocacy for community policing, zoning and planning, traffic, our Resilient Miraloma Park initiatives, disaster preparedness and social events that build community—depends on the proactive support and involvement of our residents—people like you who are willing to join with us to assume responsibility for the quality of life in our community. We are honored by the confidence which you place in our work and are grateful for your support. The larger our membership numbers, the greater our ability to advance MPIC’s mission to preserve and improve quality of life in Miraloma Park.

The MPIC is a qualified tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization – tax ID 94-6092576. Your membership donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

You can pay by credit card by clicking the links below for your category of membership. Your annual membership will automatically renew using the same credit card unless you cancel just by calling us at 415-322-0211 or emailing us at miralomapark@gmail.com.

Senior ($12.00)

Auto-renews annually

Single Member ($15.00)

Auto-renews annually

Family Membership ($25.00)

Auto-renews annually

Supporting Member ($35.00)

Auto-renews annually

Contributing Member ($50.00)

Auto-renews annually

Sustaining Member ($100.00)

Auto-renews annually

You can also download an application (PDF) and mail a check to:

MPIC
350 O’Shaughnessy Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94127

News & Events

Stay informed with our monthly newsletter and latest announcements.

Clubhouse

Perfect for different types of events and available to rent. Plus, it's discounted for members.

About

Established in 1939, we inform, advocate, and celebrate the neighborhood.

What We Do

From Resilient Miraloma Park to NERT, see our list of activities and achievements or sign up to volunteer.

Neighborhood

Miraloma Park is a community of 2,200 homes on Mount Davidson in San Francisco.