SF Planning Department: Castro Street Design Workshop #1

When
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 | 6 pm to 8 pm
Where
Eureka Valley Recreation Center, Auditorium, 100 Collingwood Street
More Info
http://castrostreetdesign.sfplanning.org

From SF-Planning:

The City of San Francisco in coordination with the Castro/Upper Market Community Benefits District, the Merchants of Upper Market and Castro, and the Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association invite you to the first CASTRO STREET DESIGN WORKSHOP.Please join us to discuss the future of Castro Street from Market Street to 19th Street.

In 2011, San Francisco voters passed the Road Repaving and Streets Safety Bond. With the support of Supervisor Scott Wiener, funds from this bond have been allocated toward the design and construction of Castro Street improvements.

We want to hear your ideas on ways to improve and beautify this important neighborhood street. At this workshop there will be a brief presentation of a preliminary design concept, followed by an opportunity to provide feedback.

Contact: Nick Perry
Emailnicholas.perry@sfgov.org
Phone: (415) 575-9066

project area boundary map

Study Area

The Castro Street Design Plan study area includes the length of Castro Street from Market Street to the south side of 19th Street. A small portion of 18th Street is included to allow the study of transit and pedestrian improvements at its intersection with Castro Street. Lane reconfiguration on Castro Street north of Market Street will be considered, if necessary. The proposed study area is outlined in red below.

download project area boundary map