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.
Category: Sunday Streets
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.
Excelsior residents have dreamed of creating a permanent town square and public mini park at the Persia Triangle, a site formed by the intersection of Mission Street, Ocean and Persia Avenues in the heart of the neighborhood, for years.
Sunday Streets Celebrates Western Addition Cottage Industries And Brings Car-Free Community Space to the Fillmore
On September 22, over a mile of streets on Fillmore, Fulton and Baker open up for the community to play, shop local and explore from 11 am to 4 pm at Sunday Streets Western Addition.
Seniors and People with Disabilities Take Over Civic Center for the First Annual “Getting There Together” Celebration on September 8
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cathy DeLuca Livable City Senior Project Manager (510) 421-1034 | firstname.lastname@example.org **MEDIA ADVISORY** Seniors and People with Disabilities Take Over Civic Center for the First Annual “Getting There Together” Celebration on...
San Francisco’s open streets program, Sunday Streets, returns to the Tenderloin and Civic Center on September 8 from 11am-4pm, transforming a neighborhood suffering from the city’s highest percentage of pedestrian fatalities into a safe, open space for all.