Re-envisioning Stockton Street Workshop

From SPUR:

Join SPUR and the Chinatown Community Development Center in a community workshop (in English) to discuss priorities and proposals for Stockton Street in Chinatown. Be part of the group to articulate best practices and offer your input on how Stockton Street could look and function by 2022. The workshop will include discussion of appropriate streetscape improvements, ways to preserve neighborhood character, finding opportunities for change, prioritizing transportation access and planning for a pleasant light-rail transit user experience.  Facilitated by Jeffrey Tumlin of Nelson\Nygaard and Chi-Hsin Shao of CHS Consulting Group. RSVP required, space is limited. Location: SPUR Urban Center (654 Mission Street). Cantonese language workshop: Feb 23 at Bayside Elderly Housing.

Free and open to the public
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