Sunday Streets runs through The Bayview’s main corridor, with a car-free route spanning Third Street from 22nd Street to Carroll Avenue. Walk, bike or catch the T Line (the city’s first new light rail line in more than half a century) which will run throughout the day. Make the day yours with fun, free exhibits and activities and five Activity Hubs.
Discover Third Street’s small businesses with the Sunday Streets Explore Local Guide and new Common Cents Passport Program, available at the Sunday Streets information booth and participating stores.
- At 1:30-2pm, Livable City presents the Rolling Mayoral Q+A at Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch with former Senator Mark Leno! Taking off from Carroll and Third on the seven-seater Conference Bike, designed by San Francisco artist Eric Staller, and hosted by Livable City Executive Board members, this interview will focus on sustainability, social equity, transportation and more!
- Visit Bayview Senior Center’s Carroll Street performing arts stage for live music ranging from choir and praise dance to blues music with neighborhood favorites Necie and the Obamas – plus giveaways, exhibitors and more.
- Bayview YMCA hosts their annual Healthy Kids Day celebration at the Oakdale Hub with classes like Zumba and family boot camp.
- Next, stop by neighborhood landmark and legacy business Sam Jordan’s at Galvez Avenue to dance in the streets at their annual Sunday Streets block party.
- At Cargo Way, take a break at the Sunday Streets CargOasis with the EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park, SFPD’s equine unit, and The Wild Oyster Project.
- Finish your day at 22nd Street to visit the new merchants, makers and organizations of the Dogpatch neighborhood and interactive art activities from the Museum of Craft and Design.
Sunday Streets works with community groups and local partners to create fun, friendly spaces for locals and to activate street corners and storefronts to engage visitors, showcasing spots like soul food restaurant Auntie April’s, arts center Bayview Opera House, and neighborhood favorite Sam Jordan’s Bar and Grill.
Each Sunday Streets is made possible with the support and dedication of volunteers like you. From event prep and neighborhood outreach to staffing the event, there’s something for everyone
We strongly encourage biking, walking, or taking public transportation to get to Sunday Streets when possible.
MUNI: For trip planning and other Muni-related info, go to www.sfmta.com. Visit sfmta.com/alerts the week before the event for updated information on any MUNI lines that will be rerouted during the event. Bikes are allowed on front racks of buses. The Bayview/Dogpatch Sunday Streets route is served by the following MUNI lines:
- T Line operates along the entirety of the route between 22nd St and Donner Avenue
- 19 from Polk to Evans Ave
- 22, 48 to 20th and 3rd Street
- 23, 24, 44, and 54 to Palou and 3rd Street
BART: Coming from the East Bay? Take BART to Embarcadero and transfer to Muni (T Line). Also you can go to the 16th St or 24th St BART Stations to connect with bus lines serving the Bayview/Dogpatch neighborhoods. For trip planning, go to www.bart.gov. For more information about bikes on BART, go to www.bart.gov/guide/bikes.
BIKE: Get in the Livable City spirit and bike to Sunday Streets! Go to: www.sfbike.org to download a bike map to help find a flat, bike-friendly route from your area or the nearest transit stop to Sunday Streets. Got a long way to go? Shorten the trip by taking transit part of the way. Muni buses have bike racks for 2 bikes, BART and Caltrain both allow bikes on board.
CALTRAIN: Coming from the South Bay? Take Caltrain to the station at 22nd St Station or to the Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Street. The Sunday Streets route is just a couple of blocks away from both stations. Get the schedule at http://www.caltrain.com/ and information about bikes on Caltrain at www.caltrain.com/riderinfo/Bicycles.html.
By Car: Should you chose to drive, be aware that the Sunday Streets route is towed of all vehicles beginning at 8am and no stopping or parking is allowed on the streets after that (even if you’re just stopping for a moment for a cup of coffee), and no vehicles are allowed to drive onto the route after 10:00am.
Detours and Parking Changes
TOWING: The Sunday Streets route is towed of all vehicles beginning at 8am. Including the following streets:
- 3rd St. (southbound lanes only) between 22nd St. and Donner Ave.
- 22nd St. between Indian and 3rd St.
- Galvez Ave between Phelps and 3rd St.
- Oakdale Ave. between Newhall and 3rd St.
- Bancroft Ave. between Mendell and 3rd St.
- Carroll Ave. west of 3rd St.
No parking or stopping will be allowed on these streets after 8am (even if you’re just stopping for a quick cup of coffee, your car may be towed).
DETOURS & LOCAL ACCESS: Streets begin closing to vehicle traffic starting at 10:00am, and will remain closed to vehicle traffic until 4:30pm.
- Vehicle traffic will be allowed to cross 3rd St on 25th St., Cesar Chavez, Evans Ave, Jerrold Ave, Palou Ave, and Williams/Van Dyke Ave.
- Southbound traffic rerouted from Third St between 22nd St and Donner Ave:
- use Illinois St, take a left onto Cargo Way, use Mendell St, to Newcomb Ave, to Lane St.
If you need vehicle access to/from your home or place of business during this time, please contact us as early as possible. Email SundayStreets@livablecity.org or call 415-344-0489 to coordinate access.