Archive for the ‘traffic’ Category

Notice from Dept of Public Works about upcoming work in Sunnyside:

DPW_SF

CURB RAMP WORK FOR STREET RESURFACING PROGRAM NO. 5

Contract No. 2776J

R & S Construction Management, Inc. is under contract with San Francisco Public Works to install new curb ramps at the following intersections:

  • Circular Avenue/Detroit Street
  • Judson Avenue/Paulding Street.
  • Edna Street and Judson Avenue
  • Edna Street at Flood Avenue
  • Palmetto Avenue and Victoria Street
  • Chester Avenue and Palmetto Avenue
  • Crestlake Drive and Vale Avenue
  • Circular Avenue and Staples Avenue

CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
Construction is scheduled to begin in November 2017 and continue through March 2018.  (more…)

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Seen today: Monterey Boulevard getting some attention. Ingleside Police Station doing traffic safety enforcement, and Dept of Public Works out on the median at work on weeding.

Police_stop_Monterey_2017_10_12

Monterey Blvd near Congo St, Ingleside Police Station officer ticketing a driver.

DPW_Monterey_2017_10_12

DPW workers weeding the Monterey Blvd median, despite the poor quality air today.

Read Full Post »

Now that the selection of the developer for the Balboa Reservoir site has been made, the prospect of the new housing project to the south may be more real for residents here.

Community involvement through the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee (BRCAC) will be an ongoing process, as the developer is called to mitigate the impacts–parking, traffic and public amenities–on Sunnyside and other adjacent neighborhoods. All residents are welcome at the meetings of the BRCAC. The next meeting is Monday October 2nd, 2017.

Meeting details: http://sf-planning.org/balboa-reservoir-cac-meeting-schedule

Avalon_Balboa_Reservoir_Project_2_2017_08_23

Slide from Avalon group developer team. See links for full proposal here: https://sunnysideassociation.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/balboa-reservoir-developer-chosen/ 

 



         

Please join Sunnyside Neighborhood Association. 

Annual dues: Residences $20 (includes all members of household). Businesses $25

Your donation to Sunnyside Neighborhood Association is tax deductible.

Please include name, address, phone number and email address. Members receive the Sunnyside News, our quarterly newsletter, as well as advance notice of membership meetings and special events, and periodic email updates. Membership fees help support this website, and pay for meeting hall fees and supplies, insurance, and other expenses.

Thank you for your support.

To join by mail, click here.

.

Read Full Post »

UPDATE: Tomorrow Tuesday Sept 26 there is the community meeting for the Balboa Park Station Community Advisory Committee (BPSCAC), but due to staff illness, the Balboa Area Transportation Demand Management (TDM) will not be discussed. The subject has been moved to the November meeting of the BSPCAC (more on this closer to the date).

The TDM is a framework for planning transportation changes in the area of the Balboa Park Bart Station, the coming Balboa Reservoir housing project, and surrounding neighborhoods. The draft TDM itself (Apr 2017) can be read here.

Meeting agenda for Sept 26 meeting is available here.  More info about the Community Advisory Committee here.

Read Full Post »

UPDATE: this meeting agenda will not include the TDM, please see this post for more info: https://sunnysideassociation.wordpress.com/2017/09/25/update-balboa-park-station-community-meeting-regarding-tdm-postponed-to-november/

Tomorrow Tuesday Sept 26 there is a community meeting about the Balboa Area Transportation Demand Management (TDM). The TDM is a framework for planning transportation changes in the area of the Balboa Park Bart Station, the coming Balboa Reservoir housing project, and surrounding neighborhoods.

Meeting agenda available here.  More info about the Community Advisory Committee here. The draft TDM itself (Apr 2017) can be read here.

From SF Planning: “Updates to the Balboa Area Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Framework were made based on the community comments and input we received over the summer. The project team will summarize these updates from the previous draft at the next Balboa Park Station CAC Meeting, scheduled for September 26, 2017 at 6:00 PM, also in City College Multi-Use Building, Room 140.”

Read Full Post »

The next meeting of the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee is Monday Oct 2, at City College Multi-Use Building, Room 140, 55 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco. All community members are welcome at the BRCAC meetings. Learn more here, including past minutes: http://sf-planning.org/balboa-reservoir-cac-meeting-schedule.

The developer for the site has been chosen, but there is much that remains yet to be determined about the development, and community input will remain an important element of the direction that the plans take. Additional information at the Balboa Reservoir tab at top.

Avalon_Balboa_Reservoir_Project_2_2017_08_23

Slide from Avalon group developer team. See links for proposal here: https://sunnysideassociation.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/balboa-reservoir-developer-chosen/ 

Read Full Post »

Now that the selection of the developer for the Balboa Reservoir site has been made, the prospect of the new housing project to the south may be more real for residents here.

Community involvement through the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee (BRCAC) will be an ongoing process, as the developer is called to mitigate the impacts–parking, traffic and public amenities–on Sunnyside and other adjacent neighborhoods. All residents are welcome at the meetings of the BRCAC. The next meeting is Monday October 2nd, 2017.

Meeting details: http://sf-planning.org/balboa-reservoir-cac-meeting-schedule

Avalon_Balboa_Reservoir_Project_2_2017_08_23

Slide from Avalon group developer team. See links for full proposal here: https://sunnysideassociation.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/balboa-reservoir-developer-chosen/ 

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »