Japantown Neighborhood Plan Community Meeting

From SF Planning:

A Community Vision: Sustainability and Renewal

Preserve, restore and enhance Japantown as a vital, prosperous, and livable community that authentically reflects, embodies and continues its cultural heritage and history into the future.

The Japantown Organizing Committee invites you to attend a series of community meetings. We need your input and guidance on their recommended changes to the 2009 draft neighborhood plan.

We will meet to discuss:

    • Important neighborhood planning
    • Development issues
    • Questions about Zoning


Before the end of 2011, the final Japantown community recommendations are scheduled for consideration by the San Francisco Planning Commission. Your help at these meetings is vital to shape the neighborhood recommendations to the Planning Commission.

Phone: (415) 346-1239

More Infohttp://sfplanning.org/index.aspx?page=1692

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