Community Feedback Wanted on La Lengua Streetscape Improvement Proposals


Plans are afoot to beautify the La Lengua homeland by redeveloping the streetscape around Valencia Street between Mission and  Cesar Chavez Boulevard, as well as Tiffany, 29th, and Duncan Streets.

The effort has been undertaken by SFPUC, the SF Planning Department,  and SF Department of Public Works. The project website is here, and there’s a community open house scheduled for this  Tuesday, July 9, to review proposals. Here are the deets:

We want your input on the SFPUC Mission and Valencia Green Gateway! Join us anytime during the Community Open House to provide your feedback on the project design and review the expanded project area to bring more stormwater benefits and streetscape improvements from Valencia to neighboring streets of Tiffany, 29th, Duncan, and San Jose.

What: Mission and Valencia Green Gateway Community Open House #2
When: Tuesday, July 9, 2013, 4:00 to 8:00pm 
Where: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
More Information:

Contact: Teresa Young –  or 415-554-3274.

Our doors will be open between 4:00 – 8:00pm, and the project team will be giving 10-15 minute presentations every 30 minutes (4:30pm, 5:00pm, 5:30pm, 6:00pm, 6:30pm, 7:00pm, and 7:30pm) to briefly summarize public feedback and discuss the expanded project site and design concepts.

See how the public input from the first open house and online helped to shape the project concepts.

  • Provide feedback on the design concepts and green infrastructure for streetscapes and plazas at Mission & Valencia and Valencia & Tiffany.
  • Help shape planning for the expanded project area to neighboring streets: Tiffany, 29th Street, Duncan and San Jose.
  • Speak one-on-one with the project team – a partnership of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, SF Department of Public Works, SF Municipal Transportation Agency, and SF Planning Department.

IMAGE: Rendering of proposed Mission/Valencia intersection improvements, via SFPUC

9 thoughts on “Community Feedback Wanted on La Lengua Streetscape Improvement Proposals

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  2. Thanks for passing this on in a timely manner……nice to have input and hope to improve this area for peds and bikes.

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  4. Hey all – I just wanted to comment here since eventually the beautification and transportation board are addressing further south on mission. Apparently the mission bus’ only stop sign is at Randall. SFMTA is planning on a light there – that’s fine but they also plan on removing the north bound right turn onto randal which would force people to get off earlier at bosworth or pass the shell station then make your right toward mission – or in my case I usually make a right on Randall and then right onto mission from Nb SJ avenue.

    I have been considering the implication of removing the right turn at the Randall / SJ light and how backed up the street behind shell will be – hopefully they will address it – make it so no lefts available onto mission.

    Since a lot of us take NB SJ avenue to the bernal cut , glen park, holly park neighborhoods I just wanted to alert you to this.

    I believe there is info on SFMTA regarding this.


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