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 rain […]

Sunset Boulevard Greenway Project Meeting

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SFPUC Unveils New Green Designs for Holloway, Plaza at Mission/Valencia

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The SF Public Utilities Commission unveiled final redesign concepts last week for two projects that would mean more space for pedestrians and stormwater-absorbing greenery. One project will bring traffic-calming bulb-outs and “rain gardens” to the eastern stretch of Holloway Avenue, a major east-west bike route in Ingleside. The other would convert two traffic lanes at […]
The city pumped some storm water onto the street to test the drainage and permeable surface. It worked perfectly and the water was drawn away immediately. Photo: SFPUC. All other photos Streetsblog/Rudick

Eyes on the Street: Holloway Green Street Project

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Mission Valencia Green Gateway Final Design Concept Presentation

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