Please note that these and other upcoming events of interest to pedestrian safety advocates are listed on the Walk San Francisco Calendar at www.walksf.org/events
Get Involved in Improving Masonic Avenue, Meeting on May 28th
As part of our efforts to advocate for changes to the Masonic corridor, we are conducting a survey of residents and users of Masonic Ave. and surrounding streets. This survey gives us valuable information to further advocate for changes on Masonic. If you live or work in the area or even if you like to stroll through the Panhandle and have concerns with the Fell/Masonic or Oak/Masonic intersections, please fill out the survey at http://www.walksf.org/fixmasonic.
Also, the Fix Masonic Coalition will be hosting a community stakeholder meeting on Wednesday, May 28 at the City College John Adams Campus (Hayes and Masonic) from 6:00-8:00pm. We will be previewing draft designs of a re-designed Fell Masonic intersection, as well as plans for the Fulton and Masonic intersection. Your input is welcomed, as we work together to make Masonic Avenue safer for cyclists, pedestrians and
Mission Streetscape and Cesar Chavez Street Workshops, May 28
Help the City define a vision and strategy to make the Mission’s streets, alleys, and sidewalks the safe and enjoyable places they deserve to be!
Cesar Chavez Elementary School
825 Shotwell (at 22nd Street) – in the Auditorium
6:45-7:45 Mission Streetscape Plan
7:45-8:00 Break with Refreshments
8:00-8:45 Cesar Chavez Street Design
Childcare is provided!
For more information, and to be added to the e-mail lists: