Mayor Lee Announces Sunday Streets 2011 Season

Mayor Lee Announces Sunday Streets 2011 Season Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced the return of Sunday Streets to the streets of San Francisco with a full schedule of car-free events, starting Sunday, March 20th, along the Embarcadero and a new Chinatown-North Beach route this summer.  The inaugural event held along the Embarcadero for the fourth year in a row marks the beginning of the eight-month Sunday Streets 2011 season.

“I am delighted to announce the return of one of the City’s most exciting initiatives, Sunday Streets,” said Mayor Lee. “And this year, I’m pleased to announce a new route in the Chinatown and North Beach neighborhoods. Now, more than ever, it is community building programs, such as Sunday Streets, that are critical to our City’s well-being.”

Sunday Streets 2011 Season Schedule:

  • March 20: Embarcadero from Fisherman’s Wharf to Mission Bay
  • April 10: Great Highway and Golden Gate Park
  • May 8: Mission, including the popular route along 24th and Valencia Streets
  • June 12: Bayview, on 3rd Street from Mission Bay, Dogpatch to Bayview Opera House
  • July 10: Great Highway and Golden Gate Park #2
  • August 14: Civic Center and the Tenderloin
  • September 11: Western Addition, North Panhandle, Alamo Square and Fillmore
  • Summer: Chinatown and North Beach
  • October 23: Mission #2

Sunday Streets Information: SundayStreetsSF.com. Volunteer Information: SundayStreetsSF.com/volunteer. MUNI routes and vehicle access, call 311 or go to sfgov.org/311. Read more.

Posted on March 14, 2011 | The comments to this entry are closed.