Pedestrian safety and parks and playgrounds: Please vote for Sunnyside

Voting closed — we’ll post results as soon as we get them.

If you haven’t voted yet in Participatory Budgeting, please do it today. These are local projects designed for your neighborhood, by your neighbors (see Sunnyside’s list below)—but they don’t get funded without your vote. http://sfpbd.sfgov.org/district/7/vote. Voting season is open until midnight, Saturday Apr 14. All District 7 residents can vote. (Don’t know if you are D7? See map.)

Four projects were developed by Sunnyside residents, and will have a direct impact on our neighborhood–but only if they get enough votes. We did it last year, we can do it again. Please Vote for Sunnyside!  http://sfpbd.sfgov.org/district/7/vote.  


 The short list of Sunnyside projects to vote for (details follow):

  • Judson Ave. Traffic Calming
  • Mangels-Foerster Crosswalk
  • Sunnyside Park Plaza activation
  • Sunnyside Elementary Playground
  • Vision Zero / Pedestrian Safety

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  • Judson Avenue Speed Reduction Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Safety In the last five years, two people have died in traffic incidents on Judson Avenue — a 2013 collision that killed a neighborhood pedestrian, and a 2016 collision that killed one, injured another, and caused structural damage to a house.  Neighbors are requesting traffic calming and crosswalk improvements for this street that borders City College and Riordan High School.
  • Mangels and Foerster Crosswalk Neighbors are requesting a high-visibility crosswalk.  Traffic on Foerster does not stop at this intersection, which is half a block from Sunnyside Playground.

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  • Sunnyside Park Plaza Activation The Sunnyside Park Advocates are requesting tables, chairs, and shade to make the plaza in front of the clubhouse a more event-friendly space.

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  • Inclusive Play for Sunnyside Elementary’s Shared School Yard. Sunnyside Elementary PTA requests funding for new playground equipment, including a climbing wall and accessible equipment for children with special needs. As this playground is now open to the community on weekends through the Shared Schoolyard program, these improvements will benefit both students and neighborhood children.

HOW TO VOTE

  • Who: All District 7 Residents aged 16 and up may vote
  • When: Vote anytime from April 1 – April 14, 2018
  • Vote Online: http://sfpbd.sfgov.org/district/7/vote
  • Vote In Person: Ingleside or West Portal Branch Libraries, or at Supervisor Yee’s office in City Hall, Room 273

Last year, Sunnyside came out to vote and won well over a hundred thousand dollars in funding for three projects: two pedestrian safety initiatives, and one for Sunnyside Playground.  Let’s keep making our neighborhood better and safer!

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