Sunday Streets hits the Western Addition including NOPA this Sunday, September 14!
Some roads will be closed and parking restrictions will be in place. Please do not get towed!
No parking or stopping will be allowed on these streets after 7am (even if you’re just stopping for a quick cup of coffee, your car may be towed), and no vehicles will be allowed to drive onto the streets between 10:30am and 4pm.
- Central Ave between Hayes and Grove
- Grove St between Central Ave and Baker St
- Baker St between Grove and McAllister
- Fulton St between Baker and Fillmore
- Fillmore St between Fulton and Geary
- Vehicle traffic will be allowed to cross the Sunday Streets route on Divisadero, McAllister, and Eddy Streets.
- North and southbound traffic should use Masonic, Divisadero or Webster Streets instead of Fillmore St.
- East and westbound traffic should use Fell, Hayes, McAllister, Eddy Streets or Geary Blvd instead of Fulton St.
Activities and more
Sunday Streets will be sharing the day with the Alamo Square Flea Market, which you don’t want to miss, AND Supervisor London Breed will be on site with a listening booth! There are tons of fun activities planned, so mark your calendar now! Click here for a full list of activities.
Sunday Streets is an Open Streets event in San Francisco
You may remember that at this time last year, we were collecting signatures to gather support to bring Residential Parking Permits (RPPs) to the neighborhood. We submitted will over the minimum number of signatures required to initiate the process, and the SFMTA performed an engineering survey during the month of December, 2013. After the analysis, it was determined that the proposed RPP Zone Q (encompassing most of NoPA and Alamo Square) qualifies to move forward with the planning stages by having greater than 80% of street parking occupied, while less than 50% of the occupancy is by vehicles registered to the area (Occupancy Survey Summary).
The next steps are to determine the times and duration for non-permitted vehicles within the zone. We have come up with 2 options that cover fairly well the initial feedback we received:
- Monday-Friday, 9:00am-6:00pm, 2 hour limit (3 hours on/adjacent to commercial corridors and parks) RPP Proposal #1
- Monday-Friday, 9:00am-10:00pm, 2 hour limit RPP Proposal #2
We are asking that if you live within the zone identified, to please complete THIS SURVEY.
The survey results will be analyzed, published and utilized by NOPNA, ASNA and the SFMTA in coming up with a final proposal to bring before you in a final discussion led by the SFMTA in late summer/early autumn.
Required Findings to Establish a New RPP Area
Overview of RPP Legislative Process for a New Area
How much does a permit cost?
Are visitor permits available?
Can we get a permit for our Nanny/Caregiver?
I do not live within the area but I work there and require a vehicle for work, can I still get a permit?