Over the past 2 years, Central Waterfront and Dogpatch residents have helped the Planning Department and our partners prioritize capital projects for funding. Join us at an upcoming event to share your feedback on our current designs.
Let's ring in the new Dogpatch Arts Plaza with music! Local nonprofit People in Plazas has teamed with Build Public to host a free public Fall Concert Series in the plaza on Tuesdays and Saturdays at noon starting today, September 19th, through October 7th. Details here -www.dogpatchartsplaza.org/events
Please Join Us at one of our Public Open Houses & Provide input on plans to improve neighborhood parking.
The Dogpatch and surrounding area has been growing and changing rapidly, with big developments on the horizon. Because parking regulations have not caught up with the growth, daytime parking can be very scarce, leading to circling, congestion and frustration from residents, local businesses and visitors. The Dogpatch Parking Management Project is an effort to better manage parking in the neighborhood.
At two community open houses, the SFMTA is seeking public feedback on parking management proposals developed by the SFMTA with input from a working group of community representatives. The parking proposal include a combination of permit parking, time-limited parking and paid parking on blocks where needed.
Please join us on either:
Saturday, September 16, Noon to 2 pm @ 1050 26th Street
Tuesday, September 19, 6:30 to 8:30 pm @ 1275 Minnesota Street
More information at: www.sfmta.com/dogpatchparking
Join us to celebrate all of the community members, partners, and city officials and that helped make the plaza a reality. More details to come!
We can use Solutions Tracker to report and track the current infrastructural issues in southern Dogpatch.
Please check out : dogpatch.solutionstracker.org.
You can see current issues being reported here :
Solutions Tracker automatically reports the issue to SF311 and follows up with them to file a SR and fix the issues.
This is a strictly not-for-profit initiative currently self-funded. We would like to pull in local businesses, agencies and the city government to help us incentivize the residents to report and adopt the issues.
Please help spread the word and follow us on Twitter to get real time updates on neighborhood issues :
You can contact us at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Dogpatch Arts Plaza's website is now up - www.dogpatchartsplaza.org
"Friends of Dogpatch Arts Plaza will be a nonprofit stewardship organization comprised of neighborhood residents, nearby business and property owners, and other interested stakeholders. This new nonprofit will likely be fiscally sponsored by a local nonprofit such as the SF Parks Alliance, a longstanding San Francisco nonprofit that helps ensure proper management of San Francisco's neighborhood parks by providing fundraising expertise, financial services, insurance, and administrative support to neighborhood stewardship groups. If you are interested in joining Friends of DAP or learning more, please contact us - email@example.com"
Since March 2016, the Public Realm Plan has held a number of workshops and focus groups regarding Esprit Park. Materials from Workshop #3: Esprit Park (Tuesday 2/8/2017 at Potrero Rec Center) were recently posted on the project website here: sf-planning.org/presentation-m....
Click here for a link to view the workshop presentation slides, posters with annotations from workshop attendees, and photos of the event: sf-planning.org/presentation-m...
Dogpatch Neighborhood Association is hosting the 'Community Reveal' of the draft concept streetscape plans throughout Dogpatch. The draft concepts were developed from past public meetings and feedback at DNA and GBD meetings. These include proposals for new sidewalks, crosswalks, trees and sidewalk plantings, bike lanes, and more! Come review the final draft concepts and give us your feedback!
6:00 - Doors Open
6:15 - Brief Presentation and Orientation
6:30 - 8:00 - Public Polling and Comment on Scenarios
The interagency team will be on hand to provide updates on Indiana Street Bikeway and the Residential Parking District as well.
RSVP here: www.eventbrite.com/e/central-w...
Have you visited Tunnel Top Park lately? The solar night time lighting, funded by the Planning Department through the Pavement to Parks collaboration with California College of the Arts, was installed just before winter solstice. Tunnel Top Park steering committee is also organizing some upcoming workdays, so sign up on their website (www.tunneltoppark.org/) for updates!
The San Francisco Planning Department and Recreation and Park Department would like to know how you are using Esprit Park and what improvements you would like to see in the park.
Please answer the following 7 questions either in writing or on video. We highly encourage you to respond to Questions 1 to 3 on video (please record a 2-minute video clip of yourself). If you take a video survey, please send your video clip to Seung-Yen Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: Esprit Park Survey).