Ocean Ave Corridor Design Workshop 2

From SF DPW [PDF]:

The City of San Francisco, in coordination with the Ocean Avenue Association, invites you to the second public workshop for the OCEAN AVENUE CORRIDOR DESIGN PROJECT.

We want to hear your ideas on how to beautify the Ocean Avenue Commercial Corridor and improve your experience along Ocean Avenue.

On May 14th, 2014, the second public workshop will take place. The meeting will include a presentation of conceptual designs for the commercial corridor followed by an opportunity to provide feedback on the design. There will also be an opportunity to provide input on goals and objectives for the long-term improvements.

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