A mile of block party vibes is coming to the Sunnyside on Sunday May 22 from 11 AM – 4 PM

San Francisco, CA After a successful kickoff in the Tenderloin, Sunday Streets SF 2022 will collaborate again with community stakeholders and neighborhood-based organizations to provide car-free fun in the streets of Bayview on May 22 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The event will showcase a new route that spreads from Oakdale Avenue at 3rd Street onto Lane Street, with extension onto Revere Avenue, and Underwood Avenue onto Keith Street, at 3rd Street Bay View Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Pool

Residents and visitors are invited to play in our shared outdoor living room with guided movement classes for youth and seniors, wellness and job resources, pop-up recreation facilities, and opportunities to support Bayview-rooted food and retail. Feature programming include: 

  • Bayview Hunters Point YMCA Healthy Kids Day with jumbo bounce houses, tricycle obstacle course, and group exercise classes 
  • Live Jazz, Blues, and Soul music performances hosted by Bayview Senior Services and sponsored by San Francisco African American Arts and Cultural District
  • Free rock climbing wall, swimming, and baseball clinic at the Bay View Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Pool by SF Department of Recreation and Parks
  • Bateria Batuci, Carl Winters aka The Kalimba King & Band, and SF Unified School District Arts Department & Thurgood Marshall Band performances hosted at the Bayview Opera House 
  • Free kites and food giveaway by Bayshore Grocery Outlet
  • Freedom from Training Wheels kids bike lessons with SF Bike Coalition & SFMTA
  • SF Human Rights Commission chalk and hula hoop zone & Rafiki Coalition massage therapy 
  • Large vehicle safety demos from SF Public Works and CEMEX
  • Bayview Merchants Association food and retail marketplace supported by SFCDMA and Avenue Greenlight  
  • Health, job, and education resources, plus more activities for the whole family 
  • Visit for a map of destinations and event details

The Sunday Streets SF program is generously supported by the whole City family, including the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency as the presenting agency sponsor, who is delighted to bring back beloved destinations for fun and community pride in San Francisco this year. “San Francisco deserves an incredible year of celebrating together and we can’t wait to roll out the red carpet so communities across the City can do that safely in our streets,” says Jeffrey Tumlin, Director of SFMTA.

Sunday Streets Bayview is the second event in the 2022 season, followed by Excelsior, Mission/Valencia, SoMa, and Western Addition, taking place between May and September. On October 16, the second annual Phoenix Day will return with citywide block parties, sidewalk sales, and more neighbor-led adventures for all to enjoy. Livable City invites all SF residents and visitors to join the fun by attending, exhibiting, volunteering, and working at a Sunday Streets event or hosting a block party, sidewalk sale, or family fun hub on Phoenix Day. For dates and details on how to get involved, visit 

Sunday Streets Bayview is made possible through the generous support of the following event sponsors: San Francisco African American Arts and Cultural District, Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, Bayview Senior Services, Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness, Us4Us, Bayview Opera House, Bayview Merchants Association, Avenue Greenlight, SF Council of District Merchants Associations, UC San Francisco, and Canopy Health.

The Sunday Streets SF 2022 season is made possible by the generous support of the following season sponsors: San Francisco Department of Public Health Community Health & Equity Promotion, Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and Spare the Air, SF Human Rights Commission, Bay Wheels, Wu Yee Children’s Services, SF Public Works, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, SF Department of Recreation and Parks, Niantic Labs, and iHeartMedia. Corporate exhibitors include Comcast/Xfinity and CEMEX for Bayview.

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Sunday Streets Bayview 

A multi-block, car-free block party celebration of free and outdoor fun for the whole family, featuring the Bayview Hunters Point YMCA Healthy Kids Day, free live music and entertainment, free health, employment, and education resources, giveaways, food and retail marketplace, and more


San Francisco’s Bayview: Oakdale Avenue at 3rd Street onto Lane Street, with extension onto Revere Avenue, and Underwood Avenue onto Keith Street, at 3rd Street Bay View Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Pool. For more event information, map, and day-of activity guide, visit


Sunday, May 22, 2022, 11 AM to 4 PM             


Free and open to the public


For additional information on Sunday Streets SF, please visit


There will be limited parking throughout the vicinity of the neighborhood during Sunday Streets. Public transportation, biking, and walking are encouraged. This is a smoke-free event.

About Sunday Streets

Sunday Streets is a program of the nonprofit Livable City, presented in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, the San Francisco Department of Public Health, and the Shape Up SF Coalition. Additional City support comes from San Francisco Public Works, Department Recreation & Parks, Police Department, SF County Transportation Authority, San Francisco Mayor London Breed and her offices, and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.

About Livable City

Livable City is dedicated to increasing affordable housing, improving transportation, land use, open space, and environmental policies, and supporting grassroots initiatives to make San Francisco a safer, healthier, and more accessible city. For more information on Livable City, visit