Bartlett Mercado Plaza Open House Meeting

From the SF Planning Department [PDF]:

Join the San Francisco Planning Department, Department of Public Works, MTA and Rebar Group for a community open house on the future of Bartlett Street.

The City has dedicated funds for pedestrian and public space improvements on Bartlett Street between 22nd and 21st street through the 2011 Road Repaving and Street Safety Bond. Based on public feedback, we have improved the design for a new, flexible public space on Bartlett. At the open house we will review the final design proposal to transform the street with amenities that support all residents, visitors and small businesses.

Join us for the final open house. We want to hear from you!!!

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