Sunday Streets: Mission
Sunday, May 06, 11:00 AM
Cost: Free ·
Sunday Streets, a festival that shuts down popular streets and lets participants walk, bike, explore, play music, dance and live out all of their pedestrian dreams, is coming to the Mission District this Sunday.
Join thousands of cheerful festival-goers anywhere along the L-shaped route path, which follows Valencia street from 14th to 24th St., and 24th St. from Valencia to Hampshire.
Sunday Streets 2012 season features a four-event Mission Sunday Streets Pilot project, consisting of four consecutive events the first Sundays from May to August on the popular Mission route. The purpose of this pilot is to explore the feasibility of holding more frequent Sunday Streets events on an established route by holding one Sunday Streets on the first Sunday of each month to see what the challenges are and how it works for the community.
We plan to do additional outreach during this pilot period, and gather input from residents, business owners, local employees, religious institutions to gauge the impacts and support for the idea of having a regular Sunday Streets route in the Mission (or in another area of the City). We'd like your input, so please let us know how we can connect with you, your business, organization or neighborhood/merchant association to discuss how we can make Sunday Streets work for the neighborhood.
Sunday Streets Mission Pilot dates are: May 6, June 3, July 1, August 5, 2012. All events will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Parking: Please note: as with all Sunday Streets events, the route will be towed of all cars starting at 7 a.m. All day (6:00 am to 6:00 pm) flat rate parking is available to vehicles entering between 6:00 am and 12:00 noon on event days at these garages:
- $10 Mission Bartlett garage (90 Bartlett St between 21st St & 22nd St)
- $7 San Francisco General Hospital Parking Garage (2500 24th St)
Vehicles entering after 12:00 noon pay the hourly rate.