This week there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in shaping the future of your community, clean and green it up now, and take a look back at SF’s architectural tradition. Best of all, the workweek winds down with a Livable Streets tradition — PARK(ing) Day! Here are the highlights. Monday: Public Meeting for […]
"Join the Clean team to beautify your community and help keep San Francisco clean, green, and graffiti free. We are looking for volunteers to help clean up the neighborhoods, parks and San Francisco coastline throughout District 10."
Yuck. Photo: izahorsky In an effort to curb solo commuting and educate employees at various city and county agencies, and at several touchstone regional employers, 511.org and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District are sponsoring the "Great Race for Clean Air" in August and September. The event is similar to TransForm’s CarFree Challenge or […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: How LA and SJ Embraced Modern Transit. Both Los Angeles and San Jose are working to transform themselves from auto-oriented cities to the transit-oriented towns of tomorrow. What has Los Angeles learned from the South Bay, and what can we learn from LA’s recent transit expansions? […]
The ever-popular Sunday Streets will feature eight events in 2011, allowing neighborhoods from the Great Highway to Japantown to Bayview to once again open their streets to people for fun, community-oriented, car-free spaces. Families can look forward to playing in the streets and enjoying free bike and skate rentals at thriving parties in the Mission and the Embarcadero […]
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