Green Connections Concept Design in Visitacion Valley

From Planning Department:

Please join the Planning Department at the Visitacion Valley Library on Saturday May 11th for a Green Connections project update.The team will present several options for a Green Connection along Leland Avenue at the Visitacion Valley Planning Alliance’s monthly meeting.

We’d like to hear your feedback on the design options and discuss next steps for the project.

Representatives from the SFMTA will also discuss proposed 8X Transit Effectiveness Project Improvements.


Contact: Paul Chasan
Email: paul.chasan@sfgov.org

More Info: http://greenconnections.sfplanning.org

Location Details

Visitacion Valley Library
201 Leland Street
San Francisco CA 94134 USA

 

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