Pavement to Parks San Francisco

Tactical Projects

Castro Commons
non-profit partnership

Wellness Mini-Oasis

Location: Corner of Oak Street + Van Ness Avenue
Partners: Department of Public Health, Bridge HIV program; Public Architecture/ The 1%

Create a new plaza for Bridge HIV Program clients and neighborhood. Create opportunities to sit outside to enjoy the sun and to rest, sheltered by wind and traffic along the Van Ness corridor.

Castro Commons
Community benefit district partnership

Annie Alley

Transform both entrances into pedestrian plazas with short term interventions such as right-of-way narrowing, movable furniture and greening. Location: Annie Alley between Mission Street and Market Street

Yerba Buena CBD, CMG
Guerrero Park
Community and supervisor lead project

N-Judah Turnaround

Build upon the existing public space at the end of the Muni N-Judah line. Using tactical interventions to create a sense of place and a community destination.

Judah Street between La Playa Street and the Great Highway
Office of Supervisor Carmen Chu, Mayor's Office of Community Services, DPW, SFMTA, Neighborland, Crowdbrite
Naples Green
SFBC+sfmta liveable streets project

Polk Street Demostration Project

Location: Polk Street between McAllister and Union
Partners: Department of Public Works, SFMTA, SFBC
Test new bike lanes and pedestrian improvements on two blocks of Polk Street. The trial project articulates the larger design vision for the corridor to be built by end of 2014.

Rendering by WoodsBagot
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Pavement to Parks San Francisco
San Francisco's Pavement to Parks Program works with neighborhoods to create and tests their ideas for new public spaces. Learn more »
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