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District 5 Community Projects Open House*

John Muir Elementary School 380 Webster St, San Francisco, CA

Join San Francisco Planning and SFMTA to learn more about two community-based proposals to improve the streets, sidewalks and public places in your neighborhood. The Lower Haight Public Realm Plan, initiated by the Lower Haightcommunity, is working to develop a community-based vision that will complement and enhance the neighborhood’s public spaces. Two earlier workshops provided valuable feedback […]

Page Street Happy Hour

Biergarten 424 Octavia Street, San Francisco, CA

Update: If it is raining we will meet at Noc Noc (557 Haight St) Did you go to the District 5 Community Projects open house last weekend and want to talk more about plans for Page Street? Did you miss it and want to know the juicy details? Join us and your bike-loving neighbors at a […]

Hayes Valley Happy Hour

Anina 482 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA

With so many bike projects building out connections between Golden Gate Park to Market Street, we are hosting a happy hour on September 5 to bring people together to talk about all the different projects underway. Join us to speak directly to the SFMTA planner and to learn about how you can get involved.   […]

POSTPONED – Page Street Committee Meeting

SF Bicycle Coalition 1720 Market St, San Francisco, CA

POSTPONED: This meeting has been postponed, we’ll update the event with a new date soon. You can contact kristen@sfbike.org with any questions. After years of collecting data, interviewing stakeholders, and hosting open houses, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency, with the leadership of Supervisor Vallie Brown, have come up with a plan to address the chronic […]

*Events not officially sponsored or organized by the SF Bicycle Coalition are marked with an asterisk. We post events that might be of interest to our SF area members; we do not necessarily endorse any particular group or perspective you may find represented here.

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