Got five minutes to spare? Walk SF would love to know what you think!
Green Connections is an exciting project to design a network of sustainable, walkable corridors throughout San Francisco. These will “green” neighborhood streets to filter rainwater and add wildlife habitat, while calming traffic and making it easier to walk to open space. You can help re-envision the city’s streets and paths as these Green Connections that can be built over time to increase access to parks and the waterfront.
Speak up for more walkable, livable streets:
Take the online survey now
The survey deadline has been extended the end of February to Friday, March 8, so act now to share your thoughts on the design of a network of paths to open space around the city.
Last year, through a series of outreach, surveys, and events supported by Walk SF, the SF Parks Alliance, and Nature in the City, the SF Planning Department, developed a map of a draft citywide Green Connections network.
This year, Green Connections will be designed in the following six neighborhoods: Bayview-Hunters Point, Chinatown, Potrero Hill, the Tenderloin, Visitacion Valley, and the Western Addition. Other neighborhoods may also be included if there is significant local interest — let us know if your neighborhood is ripe for a new Green Connection!
For more information about the Green Connections project, visit greenconnections.sfplanning.org.