Community Meeting: Pavement to Parks Public Space 24th and Noe

"The City is hosting a community meeting to discuss a plan to add a new Pavement to Parks public space at 24th & Noe. Pavement to Parks projects are trial improvements aimed at *testing* new public spaces."

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A Tale of Two Plazas

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Artist’s rendering of the proposed plaza on the south side of Noe and 24th Streets. Image: Planning Department. While public reaction to San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Pavement to Parks plazas and parklets has been generally positive and the city is about to make the Castro trial more permanent, the proposal to close a Noe […]

Tonight: Tour Proposed New Public Spaces with Rec & Park

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Get ready to peek into a possible future for San Francisco parks. This evening and next week, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department will lead a tour of four properties being considered for purchase and transformation into parkland. The locations being considered are at 17th and Folsom; Palou and Phelps in the shadow of […]

This Week: Help Design a Ped-Friendly Street and a New Plaza

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This Wednesday, the Planning Department will hold simultaneous community meetings about making a more pedestrian-friendly Castro Street and the creation of a new Pavement to Parks plaza at the Persia Triangle in the Excelsior District. Those interested in more bike-friendly streets in the Glen Park, Noe Valley, and Castro neighborhoods can also join the SF Bicycle Coalition […]

Persia Triangle Townhall Meeting – Pavement to Parks

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Join Supervisor Avalos, the San Francisco Planning Department (Pavement to Parks), the Excelsior Action Group, and community partners as we share ideas and visions for improving public space, pedestrian safety, and transportation in the Persia Triangle. The focus of the meeting will be to envision a temporary Pavement to Parks project in the heart of […]

Annie Street Plaza Grand Opening

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From SF Pavement to Parks: Annie Street Plaza is a new pedestrian space in downtown San Francisco. New seating, greenery, and lighting – along with programmed events and activities – create a special new place in the heart of a thriving neighborhood. Annie Street is an important pathway for pedestrians connecting Market Street and Mission […]