Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Events

An emerging regional consensus in the Bay Area?

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From SPUR: Many of the most pressing planning questions of our day occur at the regional level: How do we address sea-level rise? How should we alter our land-use patterns to combat climate change? Join leaders of the Bay Area’s four regional agencies to discuss planning for our region’s collective future. With Steve Heminger of the […]

District 2 tour with Sup. Mark Farrell

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From SPUR: See your neighborhood through the eyes of your district supervisor! Join Supervisor Mark Farrell on this walking tour of District 2 landmarks such as the Palace of Fine Arts, Crissy Field and the Marina Yacht Harbor. Supervisor Farrell will take us to some of his favorite spots, but with only one hour, we won’t […]

Debates Worth Having: Pros and cons of Saltworks

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From SPUR: The proposed Saltworks development in Redwood City would bring as many as 12,000 much-needed housing units to the core of the Bay Area. But it would be built on decommissioned salt ponds at the edge of the Bay, and would thus destroy what could be a large and productive wetlands. Please join SPUR […]

Redesigning SFO’s Terminal 2

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From SPUR: Terminal 2 at the San Francisco International Airport has undergone a $383 million renovation, making it the first LEED gold-registered airport terminal in the United States. The project is a significant stimulus for San Francisco and the Bay Area, generating an estimated 2,758 jobs. San Francisco International Airport director John L. Martin will kick […]

SFBC Architecture Ride: The Reid Brothers in the Richmond

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From SFBC: Whether you’re a Reid Brothers fan, a Richmond District history hound, or just fancy a nice ride around the neighborhood, come along on this non-athletic, non-academic architecture bike tour. From the turn of the 20th Century through its first few decades, James and Merritt Reid designed an impressive number of San Francisco’s buildings, from […]

Freedom from Training Wheels

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From SFBC: Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition for our popular Freedom From Training Wheels workshops. Our group effort to get kids riding without training wheels will be in Golden Gate Park on JFK Drive just west of the Rose Garden. Bring bike, helmet and a snack to share. We’ll take care of the rest. […]