On Sunday, October 15th, 2023, celebrate the end of Sunday Streets SF 15th anniversary in the Excelsior. Popular with families and music lovers, Sunday Streets Excelsior is one of the Ciclovía (or open streets) routes to walk or roll this season.
Taking place on Mission St between Theresa/Avalon St and Geneva Ave, Sunday Streets SF Excelsior is the family fun hub destination for the 3rd Annual Phoenix Day. Neighbors and visitors alike are invited to the Excelsior on Phoenix Day to enjoy free recreation, health resources, music, dance and more!
NORTH HUB: Hands-on science activities with Mission Science Workshop ‧ SF Public Library Excelsior Branch open house & Bookmobile book giveaway ‧ Free vaccines with Dept of Public Health/Visit Healthcare with other health Screenings and resources ‧ Saint Pigeon @ The Recovery Room with Friends of JGA
EXHIBITORS: Alcoholics Anonymous ‧ Alternative Family Services Foster Care and Adoption Agency ‧ Bay Area Air Quality Management District / Spare the Air ‧ Bay Area Cancer Connections ‧ Bay Wheels ‧ Book Wagon SF ‧ Bright Knights Chess Club ‧ Combat Krav Maga SF ‧ Dare 2 Dream LLC ‧ Dolores Street Community Services – Home Support & Companionship ‧ Embarcadero Rowing Club ‧ Food & Water Watch ‧ Habitat for Humanity Greater SF ‧ Home Match SF, a Front Porch Community Service ‧ Institute on Aging ‧ Mental Health Association of SF ‧ National Financial Literacy Campaign ‧ Nature in the City ‧ Our Water Our World ‧ Positive Coaching Alliance ‧ SaveMUNI ‧ SF Clean City ‧ SF Democratic Party ‧ SF Dept of Public Health CHEP Healthy Eating Active Living & Visit Healthcare Mobile Vaccine ‧ SF District 11 Democratic Club ‧ SF Municipal Transportation Agency Sales Van & Vision Zero Outreach ‧ SF Public Works ‧SF Recreation & Parks Coyote Coexistence Campaign ‧ SF Transit Riders ‧ SF State University Nursing Students Association ‧ SF Unified School District Shared Schoolyard Program ‧ UCSF Memory and Aging Center Community Outreach Program ‧ Livable City & Sunday Streets Info Booth
LIVE MUSIC & PERFORMANCE: Frances Ancheta’s singer/songwriter corner ‧ Saint Pigeon
BRICK & MORTAR ACTIVATIONS: All My People x Eseph ‧ Boys & Girls Clubs of SF, Excelsior ‧ Jerry Day / Friends of JGA ‧ Mission Neighborhood Health Center ‧ Mission Science Workshop ‧ OMI Cultural Participation Project ‧ On Lok PACE ‧ SF Campus for Jewish Living ‧ SF Public Library Excelsior Branch & Mobile Outreach Services ‧ SF SPCA
PERSIA TRIANGLE: Music stage & outdoor dining by Excelsior and Outer Mission Merchants Association & Excelsior Action Group ‧ SF Human Rights Commission Hula Hoop & Chalk Block & Fingersnaps Media Arts ‧ Meet Bay FC ‧ Retail Marketplace
EXHIBITORS: ACLU of Northern California ‧ Affirm Your Transformation ‧ Bay FC ‧ Bayview S.O.L. ‧ Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence ‧ City EMT ‧ Community Living Campaign ‧ Community Tech Network ‧ Lick-Wilmerding High School ‧ Monkeybrains Internet ‧ Parents for Public Schools of SF ‧ SF Elections ‧ SF District Attorney’s Office Victim Services ‧ SF Environment ‧ SF Human Rights Commission ‧ SF Municipal Transportation Agency ‧ SF Rebels ‧ SOMCAN ‧ Xfinity ‧ Sunday Streets Check-in
LIVE MUSIC : Fingersnaps Media Arts ‧ Lazer Beam ‧ Los Mendoza Y Friends ‧ Radio Veloso ‧ The Treacherous Two
BRICK & MORTAR ACTIVATIONS: Cayuga Neighborhood Improvement Association ‧ Coleman Advocates ‧ Community Well ‧ Excelsior Action Group ‧ Excelsior and Outer Mission Merchants Association ‧ Excelsior Legal Collaborative Legal Assistance to the Elderly ‧ Filipino Community Center ‧ Open Door Legal ‧ PODER
RETAIL VENDORS: Ever Upward Productions ‧ Lisbon Street Boutique ‧ Liv’s Vida Boutique pop-up ‧ Mission Lotería ‧ SF City Football Club ‧ Xicana Out Loud ‧ Xpresion Cultural
SOUTH HUB: Family Connections Center 30th Anniversary Celebration with bounce house, live music, circus performers, and kid-friendly fun ‧ soccer drills with Street Soccer USA SF ‧ Mobile dog adoption with Finding A Best Friend Rescue ‧ Scouting BSA Scouts Zone ‧ Dance with Bloco Pirata ‧ All-day jam with SF Rock Project, Midnite Flyte Jazz, and more
EXHIBITORS: Be The Match ‧ Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County Refugee Foster Care ‧ City College of SF ‧ Cub Scout Pack 88 ‧ Exploratorium ‧ Finding A Best Friend Rescue ‧ Girl Scouts of Northern California ‧ Cristo Rey Academy ‧ Scouting BSA ‧ SF Dept of Child Support Services ‧ SF Parent Coalition ‧ SF Recreation & Parks Mobile Rec ‧ SisterWeb – SF Community Doula Network ‧ St. James Catholic School ‧ St. Peter’s School ‧ Street Soccer USA SF ‧ The Colores Painting Co Inc ‧ UCSF Children’s Health Hut (CHH) ‧ Wu Yee Children’s Services ‧Sunday Streets Info Booth & Medics
LIVE MUSIC & PERFORMANCE: Bloco Pirata ‧ etaoin shrdlu ‧ Midnite Flyte Jazz ‧ Reverse DNA Band ‧ SF Rock Project
BRICK & MORTAR ACTIVATIONS: Clinic by the Bay ‧ Community Youth Center ‧ Daring Faith / Trinity First Churches ‧ Excelsior Works ‧ Family Connections Center ‧ Italian American Social Club ‧ Mission Child Care Consortium, Inc. ‧ Mission Neighborhood Centers Inspiring Success Homelessness Prevention ‧ Mission YMCA of SF
LOCAL EATERIES ALONG THE ROUTE: The Excelsior is a diverse and intergenerational neighborhood. Support local businesses while enjoying Sunday Streets fun!
Aloha Hawaiian Barbecue ‧ Amami Sushi Bistro ‧ An Chi ‧ Andrea’s Bakery ‧ Ann’s Doughnut Coffee Shop ‧ Bottoms Up Bar & Lounge ‧ Bravo Pizza ‧ Café Guatemalteco ‧ Coco’s Bar ‧ Cumaica Coffee ‧ Do Eat ‧ Double Shot Coffee ‧ El Gran Taco Loco ‧ Ensenada ‧ Excelsior Coffee ‧ Freshito ‧ FrosTea Café ‧ Gentilly ‧ Glaze Donuts ‧ Good Orchard Bakery ‧ Hawaiian Drive Inn ‧ Hong Kong Bakery ‧ Little Joe’s Pizza ‧ Mamá Mari’s Taqueria ‧ Media Cancha ‧ Mexico Tipico ‧ Mr. T Café ‧ New Royal Bakery ‧ North Beach Pizza ‧ Pampanguena ‧ Princess Bakery ‧ Pupusería Metapán ‧ Recovery Room ‧ Restaurante San Vicente ‧ Rincon Latino ‧ Rocks Den ‧ Sweet Delight Bakery ‧ Taqueria El Farolito ‧ Taqueria Guadelajara ‧ Taqueria Vallarta ‧ Tea Plus Tea Bar ‧ TS Café ‧ Zabb Thai Cuisine
THANK YOU, SUNDAY STREETS EVENT PARTNERS & SPONSORS!
THANK YOU, SUNDAY STREETS SEASON PARTNERS & SPONSORS!
Livable City encourages biking, walking, or taking public transportation to get to Sunday Streets.
MUNI: For trip planning and other Muni-related info, go to 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 Sunday Streets Excelsior route is served by the following MUNI lines:
- 14, 49, 14R on Mission
- 8, 43 (Shortened), 54 on Geneva
- 44 on Silver (north of the route)
- 52 on Mission and Excelsior
- 29 on Persia and Mission
- K, M Bus
- J Church on San Jose (approximately ½ mile west of the route)
BART: Take BART to the Balboa Park or Glen Park BART stations. The Balboa Park station is about a 10 minute walk from the southern end of the Sunday Streets route, while the Glen Park station is about a 10 minute walk from the northern end of the route.
BIKE: Get in the spirit for Sunday Streets by biking there! Visit: 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. For more information about bikes on BART, visit: Bikes on BART.
CAR: Should you choose 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. Should you choose to drive, check out SFPark.org and parkme.com to identify available parking lots and spaces nearby. Additionally, parking may be available at these locations near the route:
- Norton/Mission Lot
20 Norton Street San Francisco, CA 94112
DETOURS & PARKING CHANGES
On October 15, 2023, the following streets will be towed vehicles beginning at 6am and no parking or stopping will be allowed after 8am:
- Mission St from Theresa/Avalon St to Geneva Ave
- Ocean Ave from Mission St to Persia Ave
- Onondaga St between Mission and Alemany Blvd
- Seneca St between Mission and Bertita St
DETOURS & LOCAL ACCESS:
Streets close to vehicle traffic starting at 10am, and remain closed to vehicle traffic until 4pm.
Vehicles will be able to access the Safeway parking lot via France St with assistance from City staff and Sunday Streets volunteers.
Vehicles are allowed to cross Mission St at Persia Ave.
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.