Pavement to Parks San Francisco

Request for Parklet Proposals 2013

Request for Proposals

Request for Parklet Proposals

The Spring 2013 Request for Parklet Proposal period is now open, and will remain open until Wednesday April 17th. Eligible applicants include Community Benefit Districts, Business Improvement Districts, and similar organizations; non-profit institutions, community organizations, and schools; and property owners and storefront business owners. Other applicants may be considered on a case by case basis.

Initial Proposal Package

After reviewing the Spring 2013 Parklet RFP and the Parklet Manual available above, use this web form to submit your Initial Proposal. Please be sure to assemble all the materials in the Initial Proposal Checklist before using the link below.

Click here to submit your intial application package!

The San Francisco Parklet Manual

The San Francisco Parklet Manual

The San Francisco Parklet Manual is a comprehensive overview of the goals, policies, process, procedures and guidelines for creating a parklet in San Francisco.

Applicants and designers in San Francisco are strongly encouraged to read the Parklet Manual in its entirety when they are first thinking about proposing a parklet, and to refer to it often throughout the process.

Informational Meeting

Informational Parklet Meeting 3/5/13

Do you have questions the parklet application process?

The City will host an informational meeting on Tuesday March 5th. City staff from the Planning Department, the Department of Public Works, and the Department Transportation Agency will be on hand to answer questions about the parklet application, design and construction processes.

Please join us at the San Francisco Planning Department:

  • 1650 Mission Street, Suite 400
  • San Francisco, CA 94103 [ Map ]
  • March 5th, 2013
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Workshop Materials

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Pavement to Parks is made possible with participation of the following City agencies:

Agencies: San Francisco Office of the Mayor, San Francisco Planning Department, SF Municipal Transportation Agency, San Francisco Public Works