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 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 […]
This week, the SF Board of Supervisors considers a proposal to make it illegal to park unauthorized vehicles in car-sharing spaces, SPUR discusses landscape urbanism, the East Bay Bike Coalition celebrates the renovation of the old 16th Street Station, Thinkwalks takes a tour of social justice murals, and a park ranger leads a bike ride […]