Sunday Streets Mission, July 28!
On Sunday, July 28 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday Streets’ 2013 Season returns to the Mission. Valencia street, from Duboce to 24th, and 24th Street, from Valencia to Hampshire, will be transformed into recreational space for all to enjoy. Sunday Streets transforms city streets into safe, car-free recreational space for walking, cycling, jogging, dancing, yoga, and other activities.Sunday Streets is a partnership between Livable City and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, other City agencies, and other program and neighborhood partners.
There are four more Sunday Streets dates left in 2013:
August 18 Tenderloin
September 9 Western Addition
September 29 Excelsior
October 27 Richmond
Livable City has organized Sunday Streets since it began in fall 2008. We work with the Municipal Transportation Agency, the Mayor’s Office, and various City departments, including the Shape Up Coalition and Health Department, as well as other nonprofit and community partners, like the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, the YMCA, and neighborhood and local business associations The program is made possible by generous program sponsors and in-kind support from city agencies – and by our amazing volunteers (to for information on volunteering, check out the Sunday Streets volunteer page). For information and updates, and to let us know what you liked about the events, or to give us your ideas about the events, use the Sunday Streets website. Your generous gifts will help us continue to grow the program! To donate to Sunday Streets, use Livable City’s secure web site, and check the ‘Sunday Streets’ box to let us know your contribution is for Sunday Streets.