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Hayes Valley is an upscale neighborhood near the center of San Francisco. With a mix of chic dining options, storefronts, and urban houses, the neighborhood is a favorite spot for both locals and tourists. There are plenty of interesting things to do and see in Hayes Valley, including glasswork shops, artist boutiques, and bars in the evening. It also offers multiple parks and recreational areas for you and your dog to explore together.

San Francisco has its own unique climate where temperatures rarely leave the 55-65 degree range no matter the season. Due to its location in the Bay Area of California, it can be cool and windy year-round. Even on a beautiful day in the city, you will probably want to be wearing a jacket or windbreaker of some type and you may want to take similar precautions for your dog if it is especially chilly. If you keep an eye on the forecast, however, you should be just fine. 

Terrain in Hayes Valley
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly

San Francisco is famous for its hills and inclines and Hayes Valley is no exception. Like its name suggests, much of the neighborhood is in a small valley near San Francisco’s downtown. However, on the western, more residential side of the neighborhood, the elevation begins to climb dramatically and you begin to encounter some steep hills. These hills continue climbing for most of the western portion of Hayes Valley and they only plateau once you are out of the bounds of the neighborhood.

The area is densely populated with almost constant foot and street traffic. It is a mostly artificial environment, save for the parks in the center of the neighborhood, and there are several major thoroughfares that run through and around its borders. If you want to avoid congestion during rush hour times, it will be best to walk your dog in the residential areas of Hayes Valley. 

Greenways in Hayes Valley
11 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Francisco have an average of:
16 Greenways
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There are five major green areas in Hayes Valley: Koshland Community Park, Page and Laguna Mini Park, Page Street Community Garden, Patricia’s Green in Hayes Valley, and Hayes Valley Playground. Koshland Community Park is located right on the south side of the neighborhood and is a little under an acre in size. It is a popular spot for dog walkers in the area where many people bring their pets to play. It has a playground, some open green space, a garden, and multiple walking paths.

Patricia’s Green in Hayes Valley is located on the northeastern side of the neighborhood and it is another popular spot for dog walkers. Though it is only a small, narrow strip in the neighborhood, it has playgrounds, sculptures, and open green space for dogs to play. Just a few blocks to the south is Page and Laguna Mini Park which is a small community garden between two old, Victorian-style homes.

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