Sunday Streets in the Mission

Sunday Streets Map

Just in case you didn’t know, this Sunday is Sunday Streets in the Mission.  From 10am until 2pm, a chunk of 24th and Valencia will be closed to motorized traffic so people can be good neighbors n’ stuff.  Now you can pedal your fixie with reckless abandon into moms with baby strollers from “da Noe” instead of  2-dollar Toyota’s from the 1980′s with 600-dollar rims.

There is a long list of events I’m not going to bother summarizing.  However, you can check out Mission Loc@l’s movie slideshow with audio about the events.

5 Responses to “Sunday Streets in the Mission”

  1. brendan says:

    *ahem* We are bringing our stroller for Bernal Heights thank you very much.

  2. guero says:

    Crazy…I live on one of the blocks for this what-not and I swear about 15 tow trucks descended upon the cars still parked on the street. (about 20 minutes ago- some still here). I read the signs and moved my car earlier today but I guess a lot of people didn’t bother. I have to admit, the signs were really flimsy and I’m not surprised that folks missed them. This must be a cash cow for the city and tow trucks. After each vehicle was hooked up, there were officers writing citations before they drove them off.

  3. Dave says:

    Sunday was awesome!

    I really enjoyed jogging down the middle of the street.

  4. baby strollers should be strong and sturdy, avoid those baby strollers that are made from plastic-`;

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