After two town hall meetings, two surveys, and lots of feedback from Castro neighbors, the SF Planning Department is ready to reveal the final conceptual design for the revamp of Castro Street. The base of the project rests on widening out the sidewalks on either side of Castro between Market and 19th Street. Additional enhancements include bulb outs for pedestrians, moving the Muni poles for unfettered sidewalk access, reconfiguring the crosswalk crossing Market on the East-side of Castro near Jane Warner Plaza, trees and greenery, and more.
The Planning Department is holding their open house to reveal the final design on Tuesday, May 14th, between 7-9PM at the Market & Noe Center (soon-to-be CVS) at 2278 Market Street. City staff will be on-hand to answer questions and listen to thoughts on the conceptual design.
We'll see you there!
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