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On Sunday, June 4, 2023, from 12 PM to 5 PM, Sunday Streets SF will host the Tenderloin Community Block Party, creating 2 blocks of car-free fun and recreation on Golden Gate Avenue between Jones and Hyde Streets for the whole family to enjoy.

ABOUT THE ROUTE

Sunday Streets SF works closely with diverse Tenderloin stakeholders to create the program every year. Sunday Streets SF is presenting the new Community Block Party format in Tenderloin for 2023 based on community requests for a more focused route and to create space to talk about what Sunday Streets SF should look like in Tenderloin in the years to come. Join the community planning meetings every Wednesday at 1 PM here or email sundaystreets@livablecity.org to be added to the calendar invite.

ACTIVITY HIGHLIGHTS

Celebrate the Tenderloin and tail of AAPI Heritage Month with live performances on stage sponsored by API Cultural Center’s 2023 United States of Asian America Festival, Golden Gate Greenway Pop-up hosted by St. Anthony Foundation, featuring SF Bicycle Coalition kids bike lessons & bike repair and transportation & livability resources, plus free food giveaway by Mama G’s Street Dinner.

Get active with Mobile Rec rock-climbing wall by SF Recreation and Parks and Street Soccer USA San Francisco soccer games and receive free vaccines from the SF Dept. of Public Health and dental checkups by UCSF.

SF Public Library Summer Stride kick-off at the Main Library & on the route with a book giveaway and button-making activity, TLCBD Youth Lounge, CounterPulse drumming circle, and more kid-friendly activities.

EXHIBITOR GUIDE

826 Valencia • Alcoholics Anonymous • Alternative Family Services Foster Care and Adoption Agency • BALANCE/Smart Money Coaching • Bay Area Air Quality Management District & Spare the Air • Bay Area Cancer Connections • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area • Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence • Celebrating the Skin We’re In • Code Tenderloin • Combat Krav Maga SF • Community Living Campaign • Community Tech Network • CounterPulse • Cutting Ball Theater • De Marillac Academy • Dolby Laboratories • Exploratorium • Friends of the Urban Forest • GLIDE Memorial Church & Center for Social Justice • Healthright360 • iHeart Media • Livable City • Lyft & Bay Wheels • Mama G’s Street Dinners • Manylabs/ San Francisco AQ • Mental Health Association of SF • SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team • Parents for Public Schools of SF • ROV Tour • SF Bicycle Coalition – Bike Repair Shop & Freedom From Training Wheels • SF Capoeira Academy • SF Democratic Party • SF Dept. of Child Support Services • SF Dept. of Elections • SF Dept. of Public Health as Visit Healthcare • SF District Attorney’s Office – Victim Services Division • SF Human Rights Commission & Hula Hoop and Chalk Block • SF Parent Coalition • SF Planning • SF Public Library • SF Rebels • SF Recreation and Parks Mobile Rec Program • SF Transit Riders • SFMTA • SFUSD Educational Placement Center & Shared Schoolyard Program • SSUSA San Francisco • St. Anthony Foundation • Sunday Streets Info Booth & First Aid • Tenderloin Community Benefit District with Mobilize Love • Tenderloin Museum • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation • UCSF • Wu Yee Children’s Services • Xfinity

MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT

Catherine DeNuvaring • Circus Center • DiscoMovilSalazar • Goya Goon • Kultura Kapwa with Caroline Cabading • LionDanceMe • Parivar Bay Area • SF Rock Project • SPULU • Subverting The Hyphen Poets

Stage sponsored by API Cultural Center (APICC) & the 2023 United States of Asian America Festival

BRICK & MORTAR EATERIES NEARBY

Allstar Donuts & Burgers • Himalayan Pizza & Momo • El Castillito Taqueria Star • Jin Mi Korean Cuisine • Saigon Sandwich

Rest Station sponsored by Kaiser Permanente

SPONSORS & EVENT PARTNERS

Sunday Streets SF is a program of the nonprofit Livable City and presented in partnership with SF Department of Public Health Community Health Equity & Promotion (CHEP), SF Municipal Transportation Agency, and the City and County of San Francisco.
The Sunday Streets SF 2023 season is made possible by the generous support of the following season sponsors: San Francisco Department of Public Health Community Health & Equity Promotion (CHEP), Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), and Spare the Air, SF Human Rights Commission, SF Public Works, SF Recreation and Parks, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, SF Department of Child Support Services, SF Department of Elections, SF Environment, District Attorney’s Office Victim Services Division, Lyft and Bay Wheels, Kaiser Permanente, Wu Yee Children's Services, Xfinity, and iHeartMedia.
Sunday Streets Tenderloin is made possible by the generous support of the following event sponsors: API Cultural Center and the United States of Asian America Festival (USAAF), St. Anthony Foundation, GLIDE Memorial Church, Tenderloin Community Benefit District, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, 826 Valencia, Tenderloin Museum, De Marillac Academy, UCSF, Dolby, and San Francisco Public Library.

Getting There

Livable City strongly encourages biking, walking, or taking public transportation to get to Sunday Streets.

MUNI: For trip planning and other Muni-related info, go to sfmta.com. Visit sfmta.com/alerts the week before the event for updated information on any MUNI lines that may be impacted during the event. Bikes are allowed on the front racks of buses. The Tenderloin Sunday Streets route is served by the following Metro lines: K, L, M, T, and F lines on Market St, just one block west of the route at Civic Center and bus lines 5, 19, 27, 31, and 38, and Golden Gate Transit.

BART: Take BART to the Civic Center BART Station, which is just 1 short block from the Sunday Streets route. For trip planning, go to bart.gov.

BIKE: Go to sfbike.org to download a bike map to help find a flat, bike-friendly route from your area or the nearest transit stop to Sunday Streets. Got a long way to go? Shorten the trip by taking transit part of the way. MUNI buses have bike racks for 2 bikes, BART and Caltrain both allow bikes on board. For more information about bikes on BART, go to bart.gov/guide/bikes.

BY CAR: Please note parking options may be limited in the vicinity of Sunday Streets events, and no stopping or parking will be allowed on the event footprint. Towing will begin at 6 AM, and no vehicles are allowed to drive onto the route after 10 AM unless for local access and guided by a Sunday Streets staff or volunteer.

Check out Drive & Park to identify available parking lots and spaces nearby. Additionally, parking may be available at these locations near the route: Civic Center Plaza Garage at 355 McAllister St, Opera Plaza Garage at 601 Van Ness Ave near Golden Gate Ave, and Fox Plaza Garage at 1390 Market St.

TRANSIT, TRAFFIC & PARKING CHANGES

STREET CLOSURES & PARKING CHANGES

On June 4, 2023, the following streets will be towed of all vehicles starting at 6 AM:

  • Golden Gate Ave between Jones and Hyde St

No cars will be allowed on these blocks between 8 AM and 8 PM.

TRANSIT CHANGES

For information on MUNI reroutes, visit sfmta.com/alerts.

VEHICLE ACCESS FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES & CHURCHES

If you need to exit/enter with a vehicle during the event, please get in touch with staff in advance via email at sundaystreets@livablecity.org or call 415-344-0489. Otherwise, wave down staff or volunteer in Sunday Streets t-shirts or call 415-344-0489 on event-day to get an escort who will guide you and help keep kids and other attendees safe.

DETOURS

Vehicles can cross the Sunday Streets route at:

  • Jones, Leavenworth, and Hyde Streets remain open to regular traffic with staff and volunteer monitors for safe passage

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