Sunday Streets: The Mission

From Sunday Streets:

Sunday Streets in the Mission is one of the most popular and populous events, drawing crowds from all over the city and the region to bike, walk, and explore the neighborhood. Since 2009, Sunday Streets has held at least one event a year in the Mission. This year, we’re excited to expand the Valencia St. portion of the route north to the McCoppin Hub and south to 26th St. Additionally, this year Mission Sunday Streets will activate 18th St. between Guerrero St. and Treat Ave.

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Sunday Streets: Mission

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From Sunday Streets: The Mission Sunday Streets will take place on Valencia St from 26th St to McCoppin Hub Plaza.  Sunday Streets is a pet friendly event. Attend a Community Meeting If you have ideas on what you would like to see at Sunday Streets, come to a community meeting. See the dates and RSVP here. Activities […]

Second Mission Sunday Streets of the Year This Weekend

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Having fun in The Mission. Photo: dustinj Sunday Streets continues to be a huge success in San Francisco, with last month’s event bringing out at least 25,000 cyclists, skaters and amblers. Because of the large size of the crowds, organizers have added Harrison Street from 16th to 26th Streets to the route, which provided ample […]

Sunday Streets: Embarcadero

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From Sunday Streets: Sunday Streets on the Embarcadero is the annual season opener. It is one of the longest Sunday Streets routes, opening over three miles of streets along the waterfront for residents and visitors to enjoy.  Coinciding with Sunday Streets, Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39 will host a variety of family friendly activities. There are tons of activities […]

Mission Sunday Streets Sees Huge Turnout, Lots of Families

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The view down 24th Street from Valencia at 1 pm. Photos: Matthew Roth. The first 2010 Sunday Streets in the Mission drew huge crowds for five hours yesterday, with countless young kids learning to ride and enjoying the car-free space. Organizers estimated approximately 25,000 people came out, though I could have been convinced attendance was […]