Calle 24 Special Area Design Guidelines
Tuesday, June 11, 2019RSVP
Thanks to its wide array of local businesses and role as an epicenter of the city’s Latino community and culture, the Mission District’s Calle 24 is one of San Francisco’s most vibrant commercial corridors. Now the San Francisco Planning Department, in partnership with Calle 24 Latino Cultural District and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development, is beginning to explore the role that design—of buildings, public art, signage, storefronts, etc.—plays in making Calle 24 a special place to live, shop, and spend time for residents and visitors.
Join your Calle 24 neighbors for a community workshop to share your ideas for protecting the corridor's unique built environment. Your input will be incorporated into a set of Calle 24 Special Area Design Guidelines that will be used by San Francisco Planning to help inform the design of any future development on the corridor.
What: Calle 24 Special Area Design Guidelines Community Workshop
When: Tuesday, June 11, 6-8pm
Where: Cesar Chavez Elementary School, 825 Shotwell Street (between 22nd and 23rd Streets)
Accessibility: Cesar Chavez Elementary School is ADA accessible. Spanish interpretation will be provided. For other language assistance or disability accommodations at the event, please contact Candace Soohoo at email@example.com or 415-575-9157 at least 72 hours in advance.
Children activities are available! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to bring kids eight and younger of age.
Español: para obtener información en español, visite el sitio web: http://default.sfplanning.org/plans-and-programs/planning-for-the-city/Urban-Design-Guidelines/Calle24_Flyer1_Esp.pdf.
This event is free and open to the public. RSVPs are not mandatory, but helpful to ensure we have enough materials.
San Francisco Planning Department