Sunday Streets

Bayview Community Block Party

Sunday, May 21, 2023 • 12 PM – 5 PM

On Sunday, May 21, 2023, from 12 – 5 PM, Sunday Streets SF will host the Bayview Community Block Party, creating 5 blocks of car-free fun and recreation on Galvez Ave and Mendell St.

About The Route

Sunday Streets SF works closely with diverse Bayview stakeholders to create the program every year. Sunday Streets SF is presenting the new Community Block Party format in Bayview for 2023 based on community requests for a more focused route and to create space to to talk about what Sunday Streets SF should look like in Bayview in the years to come. Join the community planning meetings every Wednesday at 11am here or email to be added to the calendar invite.

Activity Highlights

Celebrate Bayview with free recreational activities hosted by SF Recreation and Parks and Street Soccer USA, STEM learning experiences by Mission Science Workshop and Exploratorium, a live music stage sponsored by Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, and catch health and wellness resources like free flu vaccines and COVID boosters from SF Dept. of Public Health and free dental checkups by UCSF.

Exhibitor Guide

African American Parent Advisory Council (AAPAC) · Alcoholics Anonymous · Anderson Day Camp · Bay Area Air Quality Management District & Spare the Air · Bay Wheels · Bayview Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center · Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence · BMAGIC · Celebrating the Skin We’re In · Cemex · City College of San Francisco · City EMT · Coleman Advocates · Community Boards SF · Community Tech Network · Community Youth Center · Covered California + Medi-Cal · Embarcadero Rowing Club · Exploratorium · FACES SF · Home Match SF, a Front Porch Community Service · Hunters Point Family · Kesh Cares · Livable City Info Booth · Lucky Bayview · Manylabs/ San Francisco AQ · Mental Health Association of SF · Mission Science Workshop · NICOS Chinese Health Coalition · Open Door Legal · Parents for Public Schools of SF · Prologis · SF Bicycle Coalition – Bike Repair Shop & Freedom From Training Wheels · SAN FRANCISCO BROWN BOMBERS · SF Dept. of Child Support Services · SF Dept. of Elections · SF Environment · SF Parks Alliance · SF Public Library Bayview & Mobile Outreach Services · SF Public Utilities Commission, Power Enterprise · SF Rebels · SF Recreation and Parks, Mobile Rec & India Basin Waterfront Park · SF Transit Riders · SF Democratic Party SF District Attorney’s Office – Victim Services · SF Human Rights Commission · SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) – Bayview · SFMTA · SFSU Nursing Students Association · SFUSD Educational Placement Center & Shared Schoolyard Program · SSUSA San Francisco · St. James Catholic School · Success Centers · Sunday Streets Info Booth & First Aid · UCSF & Memory and Aging Center Community Outreach Program · Visit Healthcare/DPH · WISE Health SF · Wu Yee Children’s Services · Xfinity

Bayview-Based Vendors @ Sunday Streets

RETAIL: Annie Mae Jefferson Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation · Belle Noire · BlendAR Babez · EkLyPzE EnFuZhEnZ · Fresh Boutique · JAMALS JEWELS · Kryslee Skin Care Line · My Additions Boutique · Quanies · Shipyard K9 Supplies · URBAN VALLEY · Val’s Hosiery · Zurich Simon – State Farm Agent

FOOD: Cajun O’ Cajun · On The Ground Catering · Original Fry Daddy’s Catering

Brick & Mortar Eateries Nearby

Constanso’s · La Laguna · Soo Fong · Tallio’s Coffee & Tea · What’s The Scoop

Sponsors & Event Partners

Getting There

Livable City strongly encourages biking, walking, or taking public transportation to get to Sunday Streets.

MUNI:  For trip planning and other Muni-related info, go to Visit the week before the event for updated information on any MUNI lines that will be rerouted during the event. Bikes are allowed on the front racks of buses. The Bayview Sunday Streets route is served by the following MUNI lines:

  • T Line to 3rd St and Evans Ave.
  • 15  – Bayview Hunters Point Express to 3rd St and Evans Ave.
  • 19 – Polk to Evans Ave & 3rd St.
  • 44 – O’Shaughnessy to Evans Ave & 3rd St.
  • 54 – Felton to Newhall St and 3rd St.

BART: Coming from the East Bay? Take BART to Embarcadero and transfer to Muni: T Line. For trip planning, visit For more information about bikes on BART, visit

By Car: Please note parking options may be limited in the vicinity of Sunday Streets events, and no stopping or parking will be allowed on the event footprint. Towing will begin at 6 am, and no vehicles are allowed to drive onto the route after 10 AM unless for local access and guided by a Sunday Streets staff or volunteer. Check out Drive & Park to identify available parking lots and spaces nearby.



On Sunday, May 21, 2023, no vehicles will be allowed on the following streets between 8 AM and 8 PM, and may be towed starting at 6 AM:

  • Galvez Ave between Phelps St and 3rd St
  • Galvez Ave between 3rd St and Mendell St
  • Mendell St between Hudson Ave and Fairfax Ave


For information on MUNI reroutes, visit


If you need to exit/enter with a vehicle during the event, please contact staff in advance at if possible. Otherwise, wave down staff or volunteer in Sunday Streets t-shirts or call 415-344-0489 on event-day to get an escort who will guide you and help keep kids and other attendees safe.


Vehicles can cross the Sunday Streets route at:

    • 3rd St (no turning on Galvez Ave)
    • BUS ONLY Evans Ave at 3rd St

Your Street. Your Day.

Sunday Streets is San Francisco’s open streets program that transforms miles of city streets into car-free community spaces for kids to play, seniors to stroll, businesses and organizations to connect, and neighbors to meet.