From SFBC: Join the College Hill Neighborhood Association, Supervisor Scott Wiener’s Office, and the SF Bicycle Coalition on a walk-through of the Bernal Cut – San Jose Avenue north of Glen Park. The first hour will focus on a tour of the Cut stairs and pathways to see the community’s plans for improvement. At 10:30, […]
This Wednesday, the Planning Department will hold simultaneous community meetings about making a more pedestrian-friendly Castro Street and the creation of a new Pavement to Parks plaza at the Persia Triangle in the Excelsior District. Those interested in more bike-friendly streets in the Glen Park, Noe Valley, and Castro neighborhoods can also join the SF Bicycle Coalition […]
From SF Planning: Discover the history of Duboce Park and its adjacent neighborhood. Learn about the differences between Queen Anne and Edwardian-era Classical Revival styles. Join Planning Department staff for a walking tour of one of San Francisco’s unique neighborhoods. Gather at 10am at the park end of Potomac Street. The tour will begin at […]
From SFBC: Join Mayor Lee, the Recreation and Parks Department, and Leah Shahum of the SF Bicycle Coalition for the launch of Parkwide, a park-to-park bike rental system. See parkwide.com for more on this endeavor to get more people biking around parks and neighborhoods across San Francisco.
This week, the Board of Supervisors questions the mayor on the next SFMTA chief, city staffers discuss Market Street, and three walking tours explore parks and parklets. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The SF Board of Supervisors meets. Supervisors will ask the Mayor Ed Lee questions regarding the next SFMTA Executive Director, […]
This week, the Board of Supervisors holds a hearing on Recreation and Parks Department’s use of vehicles in parks following death of a woman who was run over in Holly Park. Also, Wednesday is International Walk and Roll to School Day, SPUR hosts a forum on how American cities can overhaul parking requirements, take a walking […]