Midtown Terrace

Midtown Terrace, nestled into the San Francisco hills above Portola Drive, is a charming neighborhood comprised of just over 800 fully detached single-family homes. Most of Midtown Terrace's homes were built between 1956 and 1960, and feature modern floorplans, large garages, and beautiful views of the surrounding city, the Bay to the South, and the Pacific Ocean to the West.




In Memoriam

With great sorrow, the Midtown Terrace Home Owners Association notes the passing of Gertrude Kin, one of the original residents of Midtown Terrace and a long-time and devoted member of the Association's board of directors.


COVID19 Links



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/

St. John's Armenian Church has been a friendly and helpful part of our neighborhood since Midtown Terrace was first developed in the 1950's. They have sent us the letter which appears below.(September 22, 2020)

Dear neighbors,

As you may be aware there has been a recent string of hate crimes perpetrated against Armenian institutions in San Francisco, including an arson attack at another Armenian Church in the Richmond, and a shooting at the Armenian school on Brotherhood Way. Thankfully no one was hurt in these cases, but our community is still on high alert until the perpetrators of these crimes are caught. In light of these events, we would like to keep you informed of some of the things you should expect to see at our church.

Since Saturday, police cars have been parked in front of the church property throughout the day and night. We have been told to expect their increased presence for about another week. We have also hired a guard service that will be patrolling the church property throughout the night. We must also keep our parking lot security lights on during this time.

We apologize for any inconvenience that these steps may cause. We are tremendously grateful for the care and support that many of our neighbors have shown us during this troubling time, inquiring about our safety and asking to help. Our only request is that as you go about your business in the neighborhood, please keep an eye out for suspicious behavior associated with our property. You know best what looks out of place on our streets, and the police have advised us that now is the time to be vigilant. If you see something that seems questionable, please call 911. Calls to our neighborhood have been prioritized and the worst that could happen is that the police come to inquire, and find out that nothing is wrong.

Our family and the parish community sincerely thank you for your support.

With prayers,
Fr. Mesrop & Annie Ash