San Francisco, CA — Sunday Streets Bayview to kick off the 2023 Season and the nonprofit program’s 15th anniversary on Sunday, May 21, 2023. From 12 PM to 5 PM, celebrate Bayview roots with free recreational activities hosted by San Francisco Recreation and Parks and Street Soccer USA, STEM learning experiences by Mission Science Workshop and Exploratorium, a live music stage sponsored by Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, and catch health and wellness resources like free flu vaccines and COVID boosters from SF Department of Public Health and free dental checkups by UCSF. The new community block party route will be on Galvez Avenue, between Phelps and Mendell Street, Mendell Street between Hudson and Fairfax Avenue, and Youngblood-Coleman Playground.
Please join the Bayview community at Sam Jordan’s Way at Phelps Street (Galvez Avenue between Phelps and 3rd Street) for a speaker program with community leaders and elected officials this Sunday from 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM.
WHAT: Sunday Streets Bayview Speaker Program
WHO: Shamann Walton, SF Board of Supervisor District 10 Supervisor, invited
Scott Wiener, California State Senator District 11, invited
Jeffrey Tumlin, Transportation Director, SF Municipal Transportation Agency
Dr. Sheryl Davis, SF Human Rights Commission Director, invited
Darin Ow-Wing, Director, Livable City
WHEN: Sunday, May 21, 2023, 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM
WHERE: Sam Jordan’s Way @ Galvez Avenue between Phelps and 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA
Sunday Streets Bayview is made possible by the generous support of the following event sponsors: Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, Bayview Senior Services, Bayview Opera House and Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre, UCSF, Prologis, CEMEX, FACES SF, San Francisco Public Library, Us4Us, and Ruth Jordan of Sam Jordan’s Bar and Grill.
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, District Attorney’s Office Victim Services Unit, SF Public Utilities Commission, Lyft and Bay Wheels, Kaiser Permanente, Wu Yee Children’s Services, Xfinity, and iHeartMedia.
Livable City and the Sunday Streets program respectfully acknowledge that we are on the unceded ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone, who are the original peoples of the San Francisco Peninsula and still residing and stewarding the land today. As guests, we recognize
that we benefit from living and working in their traditional homeland. We wish to pay our
respects by acknowledging the ancestors, elders, and relatives of the Ramaytush Community
and by affirming their sovereign rights as First Peoples.
About Sunday Streets
Sunday Streets is a program of the nonprofit Livable City, presented in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, the Department of Public Health Community Health & Equity Promotion (CHEP), and the Shape Up SF Coalition. Additional City support comes from SF Public Works, Recreation & Parks, the Police Department, County Transportation Authority, Mayor London Breed and her offices, and the SF Board of Supervisors. For more information about Sunday Streets, visit SundayStreetsSF.com and follow @sundaystreets on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
About Livable City
Livable City is dedicated to increasing affordable housing, improving policies on transportation, land use, open space, and the environment, and supporting grassroots organizations to make San Francisco safer, healthier, and more accessible. For more information about Livable City, visit LivableCity.org and follow @livablecity on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
About Into The Streets
Into The Streets is a cultural production studio specializing in outdoor civic and cultural events, community engagement campaigns, and capacity building for social impact organizations. For more information about Into The Streets services and upcoming events, visit IntoTheStreetsSF.com and follow @IntoTheStreetsSF on Instagram and Facebook.