Holloway Green Street Community Open House

From SFPUC:

We are kicking off planning for the Holloway Green Street project and we need your help. This green infrastructure project will help relieve our sewer system by reducing stormwater runoff while providing important community benefits. Come to the open house to learn more about green infrastructure technologies, give us your ideas, and speak one-on-one with the project team.

Join us to talk about:

  • Rain gardens
  • Street trees
  • Permeable pavement
  • Enhanced pedestrian space
  • More green space
  • Beautifying the neighborhood
  • Improved bicycle access and safety
  • Increased traffic calming opportunities
  • Enhanced connection between SF Community College and SF State University

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