Twin Peaks is Open for People… and Your Ideas

Now that the car-free pilot atop Twin Peaks has been extended for two more years, it’s time to think about what a permanent design could look like. You’re invited to an open house led by the SF Recreation and Parks Department next week to start dreaming big.

Twin Peaks Promenade Open House
Tuesday, May 8 from 6:30-8:30pm
Midtown Terrace Clubhouse (Clarendon & Olympia Way)

Earlier this month, our members were joined by our partners at Walk San Francisco, Bay Area Ridge Trail Council and SF Urban Riders to speak in support for a design at Twin Peaks that puts people first. Thanks to over 50 letters of support and continued engagement with community stakeholders, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency Board unanimously agreed that the eastern half of Twin Peaks will remain car-free for two more years.

Given the success of the pilot thus far, we have urged City planners to think about what the long-term, permanent design for Twin Peaks should look like. We know that there is plenty of room to make this space more inviting and accessible for everyone, and now is the time to share your feedback. Whether it’s making sure the entrance remains open for people on bikes or adding more greenery to the top of Twin Peaks, all ideas are welcome.

We hope to see you there to make our message clear: Parks are for people!

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