San Francisco’s Sunday Streets has officially kicked off. From March through October, the car-less, bike/kid/stroller/skate/you-name-it-friendly, block party hits a different hood while the weather allows. Streets are completely closed to vehicles and open to free-wheeling, back-flipping fun. Sunday Streets is inspired by the Ciclovía in Bogotá, Colombia, where 1 to 4 miles of city streets are transformed into car-free spaces for community health and connection. Here’s all you need to know to enjoy the car-free party!

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Rethinking the Way We Use Public Spaces

We love the neighborly, community-building these events foster. Expect live music, local vendors, bubbles, sidewalk chalk, perfomances—each event has its own flair. Grab the kids, some friends, your wheels, and take to the streets to get some exercise and celebrate the diversity of this great city.

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Upcoming Sunday Streets Events

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Good to know
Biking, walking, or taking public transportation to get to Sunday Streets is encouraged. Portable toilets are provided along the routes. As with all SF outdoor happenings: sunscreen and layers are a must.

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Online: For FAQs and more info specific to each event visit sundaystreetssf.com for more info.

Facebook: facebook.com/sundaystreets