Fisherman’s Wharf Jefferson Street Redesign Community Meeting

From SF Planning:

The Planning Department would like to invite you to join us for a community meeting on January 25th. Come hear how the concept plan, developed during the public engagement process for the Fisherman’s Wharf Public Realm Plan, has progressed through the next phase of detailed design. Representatives from the Planning Department, Department of Public Works, Metropolitan Transportation Agency, and the Port, as well as the Roma Design Group, will be on hand to answer questions.

There will be two meetings held, one at 10:00 AM and a second at 6:00 PM; you are welcome to attend either one. Both will be held at 145 Jefferson Street, suite 100 on the 3rd floor via an elevator.

If you have any questions, please contact Neil Hrushowy at (415) 558-6471.

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