Northeast Mission Parking Management -- Project Update February 2023
Project Update – February 2023
Thank you for your interest in the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) Northeast Mission Parking Management Project. This project aims to improve curb access for neighborhood residents, businesses, workers, and visitors through parking regulations including the creation of a new Resident Permit Parking (RPP) area, time-limited parking, and paid parking. We have continued to refine the proposal based on community feedback and we are ready to bring the proposal to an SFMTA public hearing for formal public review and comment on March 21, 2023.
Special thanks to those who attended our October project community meeting; if you’d like to review the presentation slides from that meeting you can do so here:
You can also watch a recording of the meeting itself here:
A map of the proposal can be reviewed here:
And a list of frequently asked questions, with our responses, can be reviewed here:
Save the Date -- Public Hearing – all are invited!
A Public Hearing for the proposed changes will be held virtually on March 21, 2023. This is an opportunity for anyone interested in commenting on the proposal to make themselves heard:
SFMTA Public Hearing
Northeast Mission Parking Management Project
March 21, 2023 6:00 PM
via Zoom (DETAILS COMING SOON)
We will be mailing postcards to addresses in the project area, posting notices on the streets included in the proposal, and other notifications. Please share the news with anyone who you think will be interested, we’re eager to hear everyone’s opinion on the proposal (comments for the hearing can also be made via email and postal mail, we will share instructions on all the ways to comment).
Know someone else who would like to hear about this project? If so, please forward this update so they can sign up for future news.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to the SFMTA with any questions, concerns, or recommendations on how the project team can move forward in a way that best supports the interests of the local community and the city of San Francisco.
We will be back soon with details on the March 21 public hearing.