Rincon Hill Streetscape Project Update Community Meeting

From SF Planning:

The San Francisco Planning Department and Public Works invite you to attend the Rincon Hill Streetscape Project Update meeting. Please join us for a meeting to learn about the progress of Rincon Hill Streetscape improvements. Help us prioritize additional planned streetscape improvements for the next five years. The Rincon Hill Streetscape Plan was developed following the Rincon Hill Area Plan adoption in 2005. As major residential buildings rise in the neighborhood, some streetscape improvements have been completed or are underway, and others are planned.

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