Location: 

Cesar Chavez Street, between Guerrero Street and Hampshire Street, San Francisco, CA

City or County Responsible for Project: 

City and County of San Francisco

Award Category: 

Narrative Description Of Your Entry: 

Cesar Chavez Street is an important arterial in the Mission District that provides direct access to the Mission District from Highway 101. It has traditionally served as a speedway for cars and trucks zooming to and from the freeway ramps. The Cesar Chavez Streetscape Improvement Project transformed Cesar Chavez into a street that can safely serve all users, as well as a sustainable “green street” by increasing the number of street trees, implementing Low Impact Development & Design practices, and installing stormwater planters. The project was a joint effort between Public Works, City Planning, SFMTA, and the SFPUC, engaged in a two-year community planning effort. The project was exceptional in creating an urban livable street that the public has embraced. Construction was completed in January 2014.

Submitted by: 

Cristina C. Olea

Title: 

Project Manager

Organization: 

San Francisco Public Works

Address: 

30 Van Ness Avenue, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102

Phone: 

415-558-4004

Fax: 

Email: 

Cristina.C.Olea@sfdpw.org

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