8/20: Community Meeting to Plan Chinatown Green Alley Project

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will be holding its first public meeting about the Chinatown Green Alley Project on August 20.


The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) has started planning a new green infrastructure project along Ross Alley and Spofford Alley in Chinatown. This project will help relieve our sewer system by reducing stormwater runoff while providing important community benefits. The SFPUC is encouraging the public to attend its first community meeting Tuesday, August 20th to get input and feedback on community preferences and priorities for the alleys. Full details of the meeting are:

What: Chinatown Green Alley, Community Open House #1
When: Tuesday, August 20, 2013, 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Where: I-Hotel, 868 Kearny St (between Washington St & Jackson St), San Francisco, CA 94108

Tell us what you think should be done to enhance Ross and Spofford Alleys while improving stormwater management. We want to know what community uses and improvements you would like to see.

Come to learn more about green infrastructure technologies, give us your ideas, and speak one-on-one with the project team.