SPUR Walking Tour: Dogpatch manufacturing tour

"The Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco played a crucial role in the
city’s industrial and shipbuilding past. But did you know that the
Dogpatch is also home to many of San Francisco’s current (and future)
artisan manufacturers? Join us for a walking tour led by Kate Sofis
of SFMade.org, as we explore local companies making messenger bags,
prefabricated cabins and chocolate!"

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SFMTA Abandons Parking Meter Plans in Dogpatch and Potrero Hill

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The SFMTA has given up on its neighborhood-scale plans to install parking meters in the Dogpatch and Portrero Hill, while parking meter approvals in the northeast Mission move forward at a snail’s pace. After two years of tangling with the city, the defenders of dysfunctional free parking have effectively caused a huge setback for progressive […]

SFMTA Abandons SFPark Expansion in Favor of Conventional Meters

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The SFMTA announced yesterday that it would no longer include areas of the Dogpatch, Potrero Hill, and Mission neighborhoods in its pilot expansion of SFPark after pushback from a vocal group of opponents. However, SFMTA spokesperson Paul Rose said the agency is still proposing to install conventional parking meters, which lack the technology that allows […]

Bike to Make Ride

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From SFBC: Join SFMade and the SF Bicycle Coalition for a visit to three of San Francisco’s neighborhoods that still are home to many of our City’s finest local manufacturers – South of Market, the Northeast Mission, and the Dogpatch. The tour will start in SOMA at Tech Shop – SFMade’s headquarters and a fascinating […]

This Week: Taking Down 280, Sunday Streets + Oaklavia

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This Sunday, it’s Ciclovia on both sides of the bay — Sunday Streets comes to Bayview/Dogpatch, and Oakland brings Oaklavia back to the streets around Lake Merritt. SPUR will also host a lunchtime forum on tearing down highway 280 along Mission Bay, and DPW will hold a community meeting on pedestrian improvements on mid-Irving Street […]