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Active Communities Plan - September Events Update

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Walk and Roll to School Week is here! 

Join neighbors, friends and classmates in walking, biking and rolling to school during Walk and Roll to School Week from October 2-6, 2023. Every year, our Safe Routes to School program puts on events to encourage and celebrate students using healthy and environmentally friendly ways to commute to school. The program is working to make walking, biking, and rolling to school safer and more accessible for all students in San Francisco.  

Learn about events happening across the city for Walk and Roll to School Week.  

Flyer for Walk & Roll to School Week. The image shows kids walking, biking, and rolling to school.

 Kids, parents, and community members ride bikes down the Page Slow Street.

September 15th Bike Bus Commute along Page Slow Street to Presidio Knolls School 

Upcoming Events 

There are a lot of chances to walk, bike, and roll through the city this month, as well as upcoming community workshop events! Join us at one of these upcoming events: 

10/2-10/6 – Walk & Roll to School Week 

10/3 – D8 Walk & Roll to School Week Ride with Supervisor Mandelman, Meet at Upper Noe Rec Center at 7:45AM, walk and roll to Dolores Huerta Elementary School 

10/13 – Bayview National Night Out, Bayview Opera House (3rd & Oakdale), 4PM – 6PM  

10/15 – Excelsior Sunday Streets, 11AM – 4PM 

10/15 – Phoenix Day (Citywide), 12PM – 5PM 

10/21 – Bike Fair with Assemblymember Phil Ting, Grattan Elementary School (165 Grattan St.), 10AM – 1PM  

10/28 – Outer Mission & Excelsior Workshop, details TBD 

10/29 – Great Hauntway, Upper Great Highway from Judah to Taraval, 1PM – 4PM  

10/30 – Bayview-Hunters Point Workshop, details TBD 

11/2 – Tenderloin Community Workshop, details TBD 

11/9 – Western Addition & Fillmore Workshop, Honey Art Studio, 6PM – 8PM  

11/18 – SOMA Community Workshop, details TBD 

Active Communities & Muni  

Keep an eye out for the Active Communities Plan on your next bus or Muni train ride! Posters for the Active Communities Plan will soon be on Muni lines all over the city.  

Image shows the advertisement for the Active Communities Plan that will be displayed on MUNI buses. Image includes three kids riding their bikes down a street in San Francisco. The ad includes a QR code that leads to  

What’s Next?  

Based on feedback from surveys, community outreach, and technical analyses, we are working to develop a draft Active Transportation Network, which will be shared in late October. 

As always, if you’d like us to attend your community meeting or event, contact and let us know! 

To stay up to date and find opportunities to get involved, visit