Upcoming public meetings: Richmond District Strategy, 8th & 10th Avenue Neighborways

Photo: Paul Chinn, The Chronicle

Follow Up Conversation on the Richmond District Strategy

Sunday, February 26, 2017 | 3pm – 4:30pm
This is a follow-up to the December meeting about the “Richmond District Strategy” project, whose goal is “to create a vision for the future of District 1 to ensure a sustainable and high quality of life for current and future generations who live, work and visit District 1.” Ultimately, it will result in solutions, policies, and funding priorities for the neighborhood.

In the December meeting, goals were discussed and documented. Sunday’s meeting is being held to review and establish the community goals for the Richmond District, and to determine how the city can work toward achieving those goals. The meeting will be held at the Richmond Recreation Center, 251 18th Avenue.

Latest findings from “Richmond District Strategy” project: neighborhood needs assessment

8th & 10th Avenue Neighborways Open House

Saturday, March 11, 2017 | 1pm – 3pm (drop in anytime)
This is the first open house being held about the planned “neighborway” improvements for 8th and 10th Avenues running from Clement Street to Fulton. The SFMTA is looking at installing traffic-calming infrastructure such as speed humps, traffic circles, paint improvements, signal upgrades, or traffic barriers to prioritize a north-south route for people walking and biking, with a focus on 8th and 10th Avenues. The open house will be held at the Richmond Branch Library, 350 10th Avenue.