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Color Curb Public Hearing Notice, February 23, 2024

Effective Date
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 10:00am
News categories
Parking

PUBLIC HEARING
FOR PROPOSED PARKING
AND LOADING CHANGES

Pursuant to SFMTA Order No. 6728 adopted February 8, 2024 the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will hold a public hearing to solicit public input on the following proposed changes. Official testimonies can be submitted by email ccp@sfmta.com prior to the hearing. 

The hearing will be held online:
Friday, February 23, 2024 at 10:00 am
To view shared material, visit SFMTA.com/CCPHearing
To join by phone, please dial (415) 523-2709 and enter the code 629 657 949#


1. 29th Avenue between Geary Boulevard and Clement Street – Adjusting the Hours of a Passenger Loading Zone
1a) RESCIND – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 8:30 AM TO 9:30AM AND 2PM TO 4PM, SCHOOL DAYS
“463” 29th Avenue, west side, from 235 feet to 352 feet north of Geary Boulevard (117- foot zone)
1b) ESTABLISH – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 8:30AM TO 9:30AM AND 2PM TO 4:30PM, SCHOOL DAYS
“463” 29th Avenue, west side, from 235 feet to 352 feet north of Geary Boulevard (117- foot zone), Richmond, Supervisor District 1,
Geary Project ImproveGeary@sfmta.com.
* Per school’s request, extend the passenger loading zone pick-up hours until 4:30pm to better accommodate the bell schedule.

2. Steiner Street between Chestnut Street and Lombard Street – Establishing a Commercial Loading Zone
ESTABLISH – METERED YELLOW ZONE, 6-WHEEL COMMERCIAL LOADING, 30- MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 6PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
3324 Steiner Street, east side, from 80 feet to 120 feet north of Lombard Street, at meter stall numbers 3312 and 3314 (40-foot zone),
Marina, Supervisor District 2, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per business request this would establish commercial loading for several restaurants.

3. Steiner Street between Chestnut Street and Lombard Street – Establishing a Dual Use Zone: Commercial Loading and General Loading
3a) RESCIND - WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5PM TO 11PM, DAILY
3345 Steiner Street, west side, from 53 feet to 77 feet south of Chestnut Street, at meter stall number 3323 (24-foot zone)
3b) RESCIND – METERED YELLOW ZONE, 6-WHEEL COMMERCIAL LOADING, 30- MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 6PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
3c) ESTABLISH – DUAL USE ZONE: METERED YELLOW ZONE, 6-WHEEL COMMERCIAL LOADING, 30-MINUTE LIMIT, 8 AM TO 6 PM, MONDAY THROUGH
SATURDAY; GENERAL LOADING ZONE, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 6 PM TO 10 PM, DAILY
3349 Steiner Street, west side, from 10 feet to 53 feet south of Chestnut Street at meter stall numbers 3329 and 3327 (43-foot zone), Marina, Supervisor District 2,
Shared Spaces Program, SharedSpaces@sfmta.com.
* A Shared Spaces parklet is proposed in an existing passenger loading zone. In order to accommodate evening loading the adjacent commercial loading zone is
proposed to become a dual commercial and general loading zone.

4. Jackson Street between Franklin Street and Van Ness Avenue – Establishing a Passenger Loading Zone
ESTABLISH - WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 7AM to 10PM, DAILY
1755 Jackson Street, south side, from 146 feet to 166 feet east of Franklin Street (between frontage's east and west driveways) (20-foot zone), Pacific Heights,
Supervisor District 2, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per request of residential complex, this will provide space for pickups and drop-offs.

5. Pacific Avenue between Larkin Street and Polk Street – Changing Hours for a Passenger Loading Zone
5a) RESCIND - WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 10AM AND 4:30PM TO 5:30PM, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
5b) ESTABLISH - WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 10AM AND 4:00PM TO 6:00PM, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
1520 Pacific Avenue, north side, from 70 to 114 feet west of Larkin Street, at metered stalls 1510 and 1512 (44-foot zone), Nob Hill, Supervisor District 3,
Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per request from sponsor. Hours need to be extended to better meet childcare center’s needs.

6. Sutter Street between Leavenworth Street and Hyde Street – Relocating a Passenger Loading Zone
6a) RESCIND – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 9AM TO 4PM, DAILY
952 Sutter Street, north side from 157 feet to 187 feet east of Hyde Street (30-foot zone)
6b) ESTABLISH – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 7AM TO 10PM, DAILY
972 Sutter Street, north side, from 112 feet to 142 feet east of Hyde Street (30-foot zone), Nob Hill, Supervisor District 3, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per request by hotel for residential and guest passenger loading.

7. Post Street between Leavenworth Street and Jones Street – Establishing a Commercial Loading Zone
ESTABLISH – METERED YELLOW ZONE, COMMERCIAL LOADING, 30-MINUTE LIMIT, 7AM TO 6PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
775 Post Street, south side, from 83 feet to 125 feet east of Leavenworth Street, at meter stalls number 735 and 737 (42-foot zone), Nob Hill, Supervisor District 3,
Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per sponsor's request, a commercial loading zone would support daily package deliveries to improve traffic safety by decreasing double-parking and transit blockage
along this corridor.

8. Washington Street between Powell Street and Stockton Street – Establishing Accessible Parking
ESTABLISH – BLUE ZONE, DISABLED PARKING, AT ALL TIMES
“904” Washington Street, north side, from 12 feet to 34 feet west of Stockton Street, at meter stall 904, (22-foot zone), Chinatown, Supervisor District 3,
Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per request via application for accessible parking on this block.

9. Greenwich Street between Battery Street and Sansome Street – Removing a Passenger Loading Zone
RESCIND – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5AM TO 11PM, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 7AM TO 9PM, SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
150 Greenwich Street, north side, from 73 feet to 117 feet east of Sansome Street (44- foot zone), North Beach, Supervisor District 3, Color Curb Program,
ccp@sfmta.com.
* Staff made numerous attempts to call and email and received no responses from sponsor. Paper letter sent via mail as well. Zone remains unpaid.

10. Laguna Street between Grove Street and Ivy Street – Removing a Passenger Loading Zones
10a) RESCIND – PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 7AM to 10PM, DAILY
624 Laguna Street, east side, from 0 feet to 30 feet south of the north property line (30- foot zone), Western Addition, Supervisor District 5, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
10b) RESCIND -PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 7AM to 10PM, DAILY
611 Laguna Street west side, from 0 feet to 25 feet south of Ivy Street (25-foot zone), Western Addition, Supervisor District 5, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Staff made numerous attempts to call and email and received no responses from sponsor.
Paper letter sent via mail as well. Zones remain unpaid.


11. Grove Street between Gough Street and Octavia Street – Removing a Passenger Loading Zone
RESCIND – PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, AT ALL TIMES
400 Grove Street, north side, from 47 feet to 67 feet west of Gough Street (20-foot zone), Western Addition, Supervisor District 5, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Staff made numerous attempts to call and email and received no responses from sponsor. Paper letter sent via mail as well. Zone remains unpaid.

12. Ashbury Street between Frederick Street and Waller Street – Extending the Hours of a Passenger Loading Zone
12a) RESCIND - PART-TIME PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 8AM TO 9:30AM AND 3PM TO 4:30PM, SCHOOL DAYS
12b) ESTABLISH – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 8AM TO 9:30AM AND 3PM TO 6PM, SCHOOL DAYS
755 Ashbury Street, east side, from the building driveway to 110 feet northerly (110-foot zone)
12c) RESCIND - PART-TIME PASSENGER LOADING ZONE 8AM TO 9:30AM AND 3PM TO 4:30PM, SCHOOL DAYS
12d) ESTABLISH - WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 9:30AM AND 3PM TO 6PM, SCHOOL DAYS
771 Ashbury Street, east side, from 4 feet to 106 feet south of the building driveway (102- foot zone), Haight-Ashbury, Supervisor District 5, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* The afternoon hours of the school’s passenger loading zones would be extended to match the hours for pickups.

13. Parnassus Avenue between Hill Point Avenue and Hillway Avenue – Establishing a General Loading Zone
ESTABLISH – GENERAL LOADING ZONE, 7AM TO 7PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
350 Parnassus Avenue, north side, from 93 feet to 135 feet west of Hill Point Avenue, at meter stall numbers 348 and 350 (42-foot zone), Inner Sunset,
Supervisor District 8, ColorCurb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.

14. Harrison Street between Fremont Street and Beale Street – Removing a Passenger Loading Zone
RESCIND - PASSENGER LOADING ZONE, 7AM TO 10PM, DAILY
333 Harrison Street, south side, from 9 feet to 53 feet east of crosswalk line (44-foot zone), South of Market, Supervisor District 6, Color Curb Program,
ccp@sfmta.com.
* Staff made numerous attempts to call and email and received no responses from sponsor. Paper letter sent via mail as well. Zone remains unpaid.

15. 16th Street between Valencia Street and Hoff Street – Establishing General Loading Zones
15a) ESTABLISH – GENERAL LOADING ZONE, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 11AM TO 10PM, DAILY
3073 16th Street, south side, from 6 feet to 30 feet east of Rondell Place, at meter stall number 3035 (24-foot zone)
15b) ESTABLISH – GENERAL LOADING ZONE, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 11AM TO 10PM, DAILY
3087 16th Street, south side from 15 feet to 37 feet west of Rondell Place, at meter stall number 3041 (22-foot zone), Mission, Supervisor District 9, Color Curb Program,
ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per business request this would establish general loading zones for multiple restaurants.

16. Florida Street between 19th Street and 20th Street – Establishing Passenger Loading, Short-term Parking, and Disabled Parking
16a) ESTABLISH - BLUE ZONE, DISABLED PARKING, AT ALL TIMES
750 Florida Street, west side, from 202 feet (8 feet south of northern property line) to 214 feet south of 19th Street (12-foot zone)
16b) ESTABLISH – WHITE ZONE, PASSENGER LOADING, 5-MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 7PM, DAILY
750 Florida Street, west side, from 214 feet to 241 feet south of 19th Street (27-foot zone)
16c) ESTABLISH – GREEN ZONE, SHORT-TERM PARKING, 10-MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 7PM, DAILY
750 Florida Street, west side, from 241 feet to 259 feet south of 19th Street (18-foot zone), Mission, Supervisor District 9, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* This proposal would provide disabled parking, passenger loading, and short-term parking for Muttville, a dog rescue organization.

17. Alabama Street between 19th Street and 20th Street – Establishing a Commercial Loading Zone
ESTABLISH – YELLOW ZONE, COMMERCIAL LOADING, 30-MINUTE LIMIT, 10AM TO 4PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
“741” Alabama Street, east side, from 200 feet (edge of driveway) to 237 feet (edge of driveway) south of 19th Street (37-foot zone), Mission, Supervisor District 9,
Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* This proposal would provide commercial loading for Muttville, a dog rescue organization.

18. Alabama Street between Mariposa Street and 18th Street – Establishing a Commercial Loading Zone
ESTABLISH – YELLOW ZONE, COMMERCIAL LOADING, 30-MINUTE LIMIT, 8AM TO 6PM, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
“500” Alabama Street, west side from 19 feet to 36 feet south of Mariposa Street, (17-foot zone), Mission, Supervisor District 9, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per request from business.

19. Terry Francois Boulevard between 16th Street and Warrior Way– Establishing Accessible Parking
ESTABLISH – BLUE ZONE, DISABLED PARKING, AT ALL TIMES
“699” Terry Francois Boulevard, from 16 feet to 35 feet north of 16th Street, (19-foot zone), Potrero Hill, Supervisor District 10, Color Curb Program, ccp@sfmta.com.
* Per request for accessible parking at Chase Center.


A copy of this hearing notice can be obtained at SFMTA.com/ColorCurbHearings. Additional information on the proposed changes may be obtained from the Color Curb Program by phone 415.646.2599 or by email ccp@sfmta.com. Opinions on these proposed changes can be mailed prior to the hearing to the Color Curb Program at 1 South Van Ness Ave, 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103, or via email at ccp@sfmta.com. Submitted opinions will become part of the official public record and will be brought to the attention of the City Traffic Engineer for final decision. The City Traffic Engineer’s decision are considered Final SFMTA decisions and are posted on SFMTA.com/ColorCurbResults by 5 pm on the Friday following the public hearing. Final SFMTA Decisions can be reviewed by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to Ordinance 127-18 (SFMTA.com/127-18).

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