Public Workshop: Ocean Avenue Corridor Design Project

From the SF Planning Department:

Since March 2014, the City of San Francisco has been working with the community to develop a streetscape design for Ocean Avenue between Manor Drive and Phelan Avenue. The final conceptual design will be unveiled at a workshop on July 9, 2014. In addition, the City has been collecting feedback on ways to improve the pedestrian experience along Ocean Avenue between Phelan Avenue and San Jose Avenue.

The workshop will begin with a brief presentation followed by up an open house to review project materials.

Please join us!

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