The San Francisco Planning Department, together with The East Cut Community Benefit District hosted a public meeting on August 2, 2017 from 6:00pm-8:00pm in order to gather public input on developing a design and activation plan for the streets, sidewalks, and open spaces of the City’s south downtown areas. Approximately 120 participants attended. Andrew Robinson, Executive Director of the East Cut Community Benefit District, gave introductory remarks followed by a presentation from Paul Chasan of San Francisco Planning. A full summary of the meeting can be downloaded here.
We have uploaded the community feedback here on Neighborland to extend the conversation about the future of our neighborhood to residents who were not able to attend the meeting. We will post future workshops and opportunities to participate here, as well as on the SF Planning Soda web site
, The East Cut web site
, and Twitter