Mission and Valencia Green Gateway: Community Open House

Help us green your neighborhood! Drop by anytime during the Community Open House to learn more about the Mission & Valencia Green Gateway, an upcoming project that will improve Valencia Street between Cesar Chavez and Mission Streets, contribute your ideas and feedback, and speak one-on-one with the project team.

More details on the open house can be found here: http://missionvalenciagreengateway.eventbrite.com.

You can also provide your feedback online! Stay tuned for the Mission and Valencia Green Gateway official survey launch the end of this month: www.sfwater.org/greeninfrastructure.

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