Parklet Open House and Information Session #1

From the Planning Department:

Got questions about the Parklet proposal process? Parklet design and maintenance? Want to know more about what’s involved?

RSVP for one of the Parklet Open House Information Sessions, where you will have the opportunity to learn more from City staff, parklet designers, and current parklet sponsors.

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Parklet Open House and Information Session #2

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From the Planning Department: Got questions about the Parklet proposal process? Parklet design and maintenance? Want to know more about what’s involved? RSVP for one of the Parklet Open House Information Sessions, where you will have the opportunity to learn more from City staff, parklet designers, and current parklet sponsors.

Parklet Info Session Open House

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From Curbed: The success of San Francisco’s 38 parklets has prompted the city to make the application process more user-friendly. To help applicants, the City is hosting an open house on March 5 at the SF Planning Department office (1650 Mission) from 6 to 8PM. Additionally, the city has developed the San Francisco Parklet Manual […]

Five Years On, SF Parklets Are Going Strong and Looking to Grow

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Five years after the city installed its first parklet, there are more than 50 of these neighborhood gathering spaces throughout San Francisco. Using a couple of parking spaces for public space is no longer the act of rebellion it was ten years ago. The practice is now an institution in SF, and parklets are more widespread here than in any other city. […]

SPUR Special Event: Parklet Permit Info Session

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“Wish PARK(ing) Day lasted longer than one day?  Learn how to get your very own “parklet,” the City’s innovative experiment to create more public space by temporarily transforming parking spots into mini-parks. Join Andres Power from the Planning Department and Kit Hodge of the Great Streets Project to get information and ask questions about a […]

PARK(ing) and Parklet Day: Reclaiming the Curb for People

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Tomorrow, at locations all over the Bay Area, people will reclaim the curb for PARK(ing) Day and re-imagine slices of the urban landscape usually reserved for automobile parking. It will also mark a milestone for San Francisco’s groundbreaking Pavement to Parks program, as the interagency effort to transform parking spaces into parklets shifts focus to […]