SFPUC: Sunset Boulevard Greenway Community Meeting

From SFPUC:

Next month, the SFPUC is hosting two community open houses with District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang. This green infrastructure project will utilize rain gardens to capture and infiltrate stormwater runoff from 16 blocks of Sunset Boulevard. At these April meetings, our project team will unveil the project’s final design concept including the proposed rain garden locations for each block along the length of Sunset Boulevard from Lincoln Way to Sloat Boulevard.

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SFPUC: Sunset Boulevard Greenway Community Meeting

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From SFPUC: Next month, the SFPUC is hosting two community open houses with District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang. This green infrastructure project will utilize rain gardens to capture and infiltrate stormwater runoff from 16 blocks of Sunset Boulevard. At these April meetings, our project team will unveil the project’s final design concept including the proposed […]

Sunset Boulevard Greenway Project Meeting

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From SFPUC: Rethinking Sunset Boulevard Photo from parkscan.org The SFPUC wants to know how Sunset Boulevard can work better for you. Wide streets with large landscaped areas provide many opportunities for improving stormwater management in the area. We need your help to identify the community’s priorities for improving the local landscape, such as habitat enhancement, […]