Valencia Street Park, Redux
Long time readers will remember our proposal for turning Valencia St from Cesar Chavez to Mission into a park:
It turns out that we were ahead of our time — the SFPUC, the SF Planning Department, and the SF Department of Public Works are seeking input on green plazas at Valencia & Mission, and at Valencia and Duncan.
In a rare move of solidarity, the imperialist Dominion of Bernalwood also seems to support this project in the Liminal Zone of Co-Prosperity. The right-hand turn from Valencia onto Mission is not exactly pedestrian-friendly.
The panel (SFPUC-PD-DPW task force?) is also considering other improvements on Tiffany, 29th and Duncan. A longstanding gripe of mine is some sort of improved traffic control at 29th and Tiffany. Annoying people making annoying u-turns, etc.
While I’d like a traffic roundabout, I don’t think there’s enough room. However, raised sidewalks like that on Shotwell by ODC would be nice.
So go to the meeting on July 9th and let them know that La Lengua appreciates the love.
What: Mission and Valencia Green Gateway Community Open House #2
When: Tuesday, July 9, 2013, 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street (between 24th and 25th), San Francisco, CA 94110