Spanish for “garrison”; site of an ancient fort.
Anza after a Spanish governor, Vista means “view” in Spanish.
Named after Spanish general Jose Castro.
Named after a village in Australia.
The intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets.
This neighborhood is on the west side of the city; facing the sunset.
Spanish “look at the hill”.
Combines Celtic and English elements; means “by the fireplace”.
Between Harding Park and Lake Merced.
Named after railroad tycoon Charles Crocker and Amazon Street.
The old Spanish word for “albatross”; from Arabic al-gattas, “the diver”.
Alamo is Spanish for “poplar tree”.
Used to be used for grazing.
Was the site of a Russian cemetery.
There was thought to be a treasure in the soil.
Used to be used for signaling.
Shortening of nabob, an Urdu word for “rich man”.
Island Yerba Buena was the original name for the settlement of San Francisco; previously the name for a local plant.
Spanish “the place to embark”.
“South of Market”.
Named after a neighborhood in Manhattan due to a shared connection of bribery and prostitution.
Possibly named after a cartoon character.
Potrero is Spanish for “pasture”.
Named after Jose de Jesus Noe, the last mayor of Yerba Buena.
Named after Cornelia Bernard, a Spanish soldier.
Named after Qaspar de Portola, a Spanish explorer.
Named after Vasco Nunez de Balboa, a Spanish explorer.