Coastal Cleanup- Community Clean Team District 10

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This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in shaping the future of your community, clean and green it up now, and take a look back at SF’s architectural tradition. Best of all, the workweek winds down with a Livable Streets tradition — PARK(ing) Day! Here are the highlights. Monday: Public Meeting for […]

This Week: Clean Energy, Bicycle Advisory Committee, Woonerven Party

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday tonight! The Future of Clean Energy in Cities. Come hear about the energy problems in our cities and how new technology is working to address them. Mon., tonight! Dec. 5, 6 p.m. SPUR Urban Center, 654 Mission Street, SF. Free for SPUR members. $10 for non-members. Monday tonight! San Francisco Bicycle Advisory […]

SPUR Forum: SF’s Long Range Transportation Plan

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From SPUR: Should San Francisco extend the Central Subway to Fisherman’s Wharf? Or cable cars to Japantown? Should we prioritize bus-rapid transit on Geary or to Potrero/Bayshore? Should we focus our limited resources on maintaining our system, or get new resources to help expand service where Muni is most crowded? Answering these questions is part […]

Market Street Prototyping Festival Kickoff + Info Session

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Via Eventbrite: This October, the future of Market Street will be built by YOU. The Market Street Prototyping Festival invites you to help shape the next chapter of the city’s public life. For three days, two miles of San Francisco’s main thoroughfare will become a testing ground for your best ideas to improve our city’s […]

Views on the Environment: Contra Costa County Supervisor Candidates Forum

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From Greenbelt Alliance: Views on the Environment: Contra Costa County Supervisor Candidates Forum Should we allow urban development on rural lands outside our urban limit lines? How do we have clean air and clean drinking water? What are the best ways to manage traffic? This summer, many Contra Costa County voters will elect a new County Supervisor. The new Board of Supervisors will make some […]