Pavement to Parks San Francisco
Volunteer for the parklet public life surveys! Click here to fill out a Volunteer Inquiry form.

Public Life Surveys

This June and July, Pavement to Parks is conducting first citywide Public Life Surveys of parklets and plazas. We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to spend a minimum of two hours at Pavement to Parks sites. A one-hour training is also required. To sign up for training and volunteer shifts, please click here.

Download the Parklet Manual.

Parklet Manual v.1

The San Francisco Parklet Manual is a comprehensive overview of the goals, policies, process, procedures and guidelines for creating a parklet in San Francisco. The Manual is also a resource for those outside of San Francisco working to establish parklet programs in their own cities. Read more and download here...

Map of projects in San Francisco

map of projects in san francisco

Curious about project developments across San Francisco? Pavement to Parks maintains this webmap of Parklets, Plazas, and other community-initiated interventions throughout the City's diverse neighborhoods. Mapping also helps Pavement to Parks identify neighborhoods which need the most help. Check it out...

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Pavement to Parks is made possible with participation of the following City agencies: Agencies: San Francisco Planning Department, SF Department of Public Works, SF Municipal Transportation Agency