SF Planning Department: Castro Street Design: Drop-in Office Hours

From sf-planning.org:

This Winter the Planning Department – in conjunction with the Department of Public Works and SFMTA – will be leading a community process to develop a streetscape design for Castro Street between Market Street and 19th Street.

Representatives from the project team will be available at the Coldwell Banker office for drop in office hours. Stop by anytime between 1pm and 5pm to share your design ideas for Castro Street.

The first public workshop will take place early next year.

To receive project updates, sign-up for the project’s mailing list at: http://signup.sfplanning.org.

For more information please contact:
Nick Perry, San Francisco Planning Department
(415) 575 9066 | nicholas.perry@sfgov.org

Contact: Nick Perry
Email: nicholas.perry@sfgov.org
Phone: 415-575-9066

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