Rincon Hill Streetscape Master Plan: 2011 Plan Update

From SF Planning:

The San Francisco Planning Department invites you to a public meeting to review and prioritize public realm improvements identified in the Rincon Hill Streetscape Master Plan

After the Rincon Hill Plan was adopted in 2005, the Planning Department drafted a streetscape plan to implement public improvements in the neighborhood. The MTA Board approved all of the street changes in 2006, but the Streetscape Master Plan document itself was never finalized and adopted by the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors.

Join us for a meeting to provide an update to the community on the Streetscape Plan and provide input to the planning department on the community’s priorities for public realm improvements in the plan area.

Download the Draft Rincon Hill Streetscape Master Plan.

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