Green Connections Dogpatch and Potrero Hill Project Update

From SF Planning Department:

Please join the Planning Department for a Green Connections project update. The team will present design concepts and next steps for a Green Connection linking the Potrero Hill Recreation Center, with the Dogpatch Commercial District and Warm Water Cove Park.

The meeting will run from 6:30-9:00 PM. The Green Connections presentation will be the second item on the agenda and will likely run from 7:30 to 8:15.

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

Accessibility Info: The University of California San Francisco is wheelchair accessible. To request any other disability accommodations please contact Paul Chasan at 415-575-9065 or paul.chasan@sfgov.org at least three business days in advance. Please refrain from wearing scented products to this event.

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