A growing body of research suggests that blowing bubbles and having a potluck with your neighbors might be the most effective way to survive a disaster.
Category: Sunday Streets
On May 5, Sunday Streets is thrilled to present the first annual Bayview Faith Festival at Carroll Avenue, bringing faith communities together for a day of service, worship, praise, and celebration during Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch, with a car-free route on Third Street from 22nd Street to Carroll Avenue.
In an increasingly competitive San Francisco – where we all must compete for jobs, seats on the bus or at a cafe, on our sidewalks as pedestrians, and especially for housing (indeed, for space itself), open streets programs create a non-competitive environment.
Sunday Streets brings car-free fun to the Tenderloin and Civic Center on April 14
Open streets programs are a powerful way of modeling a car-free future – exposing people not just to what human-scale public space looks like, but what sustainable transportation feels like.
Sunday Streets comes to the Excelsior district on March 31 from 11am-4pm, transforming Mission Street from Silver to Geneva Avenue into on open street with free activities, live music, health resources, a local goods Market Square, Picnic Grounds and more.