Sunday Streets Excelsior returns on March 29, when Mission Street from Silver to Geneva Avenue transforms into a free, fun open space for the community from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. With live music, resources, activities and a mile-long temporary park, the event showcases the area’s small businesses, local organizations and the diverse, family-filled neighborhood itself.
A MORE LIVABLE SAN FRANCISCO FOR ALL
The March 3rd primary election includes several San Francisco ballot measures. Livable City urges you to vote, and support San Francisco Propositions A, B, C, and D.
The 2020 season of open streets in San Francisco kicks off with Sunday Streets Mission on March 8, when Valencia Street transforms from 26th Street to Duboce into a car-free temporary park for all from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A new season of Sunday Streets is here, with a landmark 11 open street events across San Francisco from March to October 2020. Livable City debuts two new routes as the program expands to provide more free recreation and community-building by transforming city streets into public, car-free spaces.
This week, the Planning Commission will consider replacing the car-free block of Natoma Street, which is currently the longest pedestrianized block in SoMa.
As San Francisco’s housing affordability and homelessness crises continue to worsen, the need for rethinking our approach to housing is clear. “Gentle density” allows more housing in low-density areas of the City with new, small-scaled buildings.
Preserving existing affordable housing and encouraging new affordable housing are two key strategies for addressing San Francisco’s housing affordability crisis. On Thursday, the Planning Commission will hold a hearing on an ordinance that advances both strategies.