Central SoMa Open House

From the Planning Department:

Please join us on Tuesday, November 18th for a community open house and update on the Central SoMa Plan.

Since 2011, the Planning Department has worked to provide vision and strategy for the Central SoMa neighborhood, located in the vicinity of 4th Street between Townsend and Market streets. The Central SoMa Plan aims to preserve the neighborhood’s vitality and eclectic nature while supporting growth. The Plan covers such topics as land use, building shape and height, transportation, open space, historic preservation, and environmental sustainability. It is anticipated that the Plan will be adopted in mid- to late-2015.

The purpose of this community open house is to share how the Plan has been refined since the release of the draft Plan in April 2013. We will focus on a discussion of the community benefit components of the Plan, including creation of affordable housing; protecting Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR), the arts and the non-profit community; improving pedestrian conditions and transportation; and creating new open space.

The Central SoMa Plan has been shaped by the ideas and feedback received from hundreds of community members and stakeholders. We are looking forward to continuing this conversation with you as we move towards the Plan’s completion.

Date: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: SPUR, 654 Mission Street b/n 2nd and 3rd Streets

To RSVP for the upcoming community meeting, please click here.

Please note: the event is free and open to the public. RSVPs are not mandatory, but helpful to ensure we have enough materials and food.

The meeting is ADA accessible. For language assistance or disability accommodations for both events, please contact us with your request at least three business days in advance.

For more information on the Central SoMa Plan, please visit the website: http://centralsoma.sfplanning.org

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