Sunday Streets are events that encourage recreation, community activities and fun in San Francisco.
Sunday Streets closes stretches of city streets to automobile traffic, and opens them to people for several hours on a various Sundays throughout the year, so participants can enjoy a large, temporary, public space where they can bike, walk, run, dance, do yoga, or do any other physical activity. Non-profit and health organizations offer free activities and share information about their services during the event.
Sunday Streets is coming to the Mission on Sunday, October 18 from 11am - 4pm. This will be our season closer and we would love you to be there! By volunteering for just 2.5 hours, you're ensuring the safety and fun of car-free open streets.
Sunday Streets is a series of events put on by the non-profit Livable City, in partnership with the City of San Francisco, to encourage health, community and fun, inspired by similar events in cities throughout the world. Open street events, like Sunday Streets, creates a large, temporary, public space by closing off stretches of various neighborhood streets to automobile traffic, and opening them to pedestrians, bicyclists, and activities for several hours on once a month Sundays. Sunday Streets offers free activities open to the community, such as bike rentals, yoga, and kids games, plus much more.