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Share Ideas For Haight Street At The Public Realm Plan's Wednesday Open House

Have opinions about the Public Realm Plan that you haven't yet been able to share? 

Join Alexis Smith and others from the Planning Department at the Park Branch Library this Wednesday, June 11th to discuss the neighborhood redesign that seeks to improve on the ways we're able to use the neighborhood.

The meeting is totally open-format, so drop in any time and stay as long as you like. The discussion will be specific to Haight Street, as they re-examining their plans for the stretch from Masonic to Stanyan. 

Quoth Alexis: 

At our February public workshop, there was a lot of excitement about the possibilities for Haight Street between Central and Stanyan. Since then, we’re moving forward to refine public realm ideas in coordination with the MTA’s proposed transit improvements along the Haight Street corridor. In the next few months, we will be making decisions about what sort of amenities and identity features should be included on Haight Street. Examples include better lighting, wayfinding signage, history markers, public art – let us know what your priorities are!

Your feedback is important to us, and will help to inform how streetscape amenities are prioritized. We hope to see you at the event!

If you have any questions about the meeting or the plan, you can contact Alexis at Alexis[dot]smith[at]sfgov[dot]org. 

Even better, you can follow this link to sign up for updates about the plan, including information about upcoming meetings. You can also look at the feedback they've gotten from previous meetings if you want a little more context on where they're at. There'll be a later meeting to discuss their changes. 

The meeting takes place on Wednesday between 6pm and 8pm. Planning on going, or attended the meeting in February and have issues to vent? Let us know in the comments. 
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