On Wednesday, October 3, check out the new draft maps and tools designed to help residents walk, bike, and connect to parks and wildlife all across the city.
After hosting more than 20 community events throughout San Francisco to collect input on ways to improve access to parks and the Waterfront, the Green Connections team, will be unveiling its draft network, which re-envisions city streets and paths as “green connectors.”
Don’t miss your chance to stop by and see the exciting results of this neighborhood outreach and hear about next steps for the project.
WHAT: Green Connections Open House
WHEN: Wednesday October 3 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: LGBT Center, Rainbow Rm, 1800 Market St
The Green Connections project is designing a network of sustainable corridors throughout San Francisco. These will green neighborhood streets to filter rainwater and add wildlife habitat, while also calming traffic and improving pedestrian and bicycle access to open space.
To learn more, visit greenconnections.sfplann