Green Connections: Concept Design in Potrero Hill

From Green Connections:

The Green Connections project needs your input to design a Green Connection in Potrero Hill: Green Connections has developed a draft Citywide network of green connectors, as well as a toolkit to guide their design. The next phase of the project includes community based planning process to develop a streetscape design for six focus neighborhoods, including Potrero Hill. This meeting will provide an overview of the Green Connections project, including the DRAFT network and a design toolkit, and discuss what a Green Connection could look like in Potrero Hill.

Contact: Paul Chasan
EmailPaul.Chasan@sfgov.org
Phone: 575-9065

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