SPUR Walking Tour: Valencia Street parklets

From SPUR:

Building on the success of the Pavement to Parks program, new parklets are transforming parking spaces into public places throughout the city. Join Andres Power of the Planning Department for a tour of the newest parklets on Valencia Street and talk with the parklet hosts and designers about how these community-led projects are helping make Valencia Street a better public place.

Register here
SPUR members only
Limit 25 people

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