Shared Spaces — Keeping Our Commercial Corridors Alive and Well

Mayor Breed walking along Valencia Street

Thriving Commercial Corridors

Mayor Breed talking with Amparo Vigil, small business owner of Puerto Alegre, at Valencia Street Shared Spaces

Shared Spaces

  • Full streets
  • Curbside
  • Sidewalk
  • City property, like parks and plazas
  • Private property
Mayor Breed with April Spears, owner of Cafe Envy in the Bayview, which set up outdoor dining using Shared Spaces
  • Golden Gate Avenue from Larkin to Hyde streets, Thursday — Sundays, 11:00am to 8:00pm
  • Thursday, September 17 through Thursday, December 31
  • Sponsor: Tenderloin Merchants Association and Tenderloin Community Benefit District
  • Taraval Street from 46th to 47th Avenues, Sundays 9:30am to 8:30pm
  • Sunday, September 6 through Sunday, November 15
  • Sponsor: People of Parkside Sunset (POPS)
  • Galvez Avenue at 3rd Street, Saturdays, 8:00am to 12:00pm
  • Active: Saturday, September 5 through Saturday, November 7
  • Sponsor: Economic Development on Third
  • Stevenson Street from 6th to 7th Streets, Thursday, 4:00pm to 9:00pm
  • Active: Thursday, September 10 through Thursday, December 17
  • Sponsor: SF Parks Alliance
The info above is for Shared Spaces approved permits on streets and sidewalks. For data on all of the Shared Spaces, go to SF.gov/Shared-Spaces

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Residents enjoying outdoor dining on Union Street

Supporting Healthy Communities

Shared Spaces outdoor dining set up along 16th Street in the Mission

Community Partners

Curbside Shared Spaces on Irving Street

What’s Next?

The Shared Spaces tracker includes a map of permits issued so far

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