Sunday Streets Are Back!

Last year's Sunday Streets event in the Mission. Photo: SFMTA
Last year’s Sunday Streets event in the Mission. Photo: SFMTA

This weekend will mark the ninth season of Sunday Streets, San Francisco’s open-streets event. The festivities start at 11 am and go until 4 on Valencia Street between McCoppin and 26th.

Here are more details from the Sunday Streets Facebook page:

Help kick off the Sunday Streets 2016 season at Mission Sunday Streets on April 10th from 11am-4pm. Walk, bike, dance, play and explore your way down Valencia Street from McCoppin to 26th Street!

For a list of activities, visit:
www.SundayStreetsSF.com/Mission-041016

JOIN THE OPENING PROCESSION
11am @ McCoppin & Valencia with Carnaval San Francisco
New to 2016, Sunday Streets will be kicking off each route with an Opening Procession lead by Host Neighborhood community groups. Join the celebration with a bedazzled bike, a proud pooch, bubbles or simply a smile – the more the merrier!

GET INVOLVED
For information on volunteering, visit:
www.SundayStreetsSF.com/volunteer

For information about hosting an activity, visit:
www.SundayStreetsSF.com/faqs-activity-leaders/

For local access concerns, contact:
SundayStreets@livablecity.org

And if you can’t make it this weekend, there will be plenty of other opportunities to enjoy a car-free Sunday Streets event in San Francisco:

  • May 1 Bayview/Dogpatch
  • June 12 Sunset (on the Great Highway)
  • July 10 Tenderloin
  • August 21 Mission
  • October 16 Excelsior
  • September 11 Western Addition
  • November 13 The Embarcadero

You can also print out this handy flyer. Hope we’ll see you there, from all of us at Streetsblog!

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