Sunday Streets

May 22nd, 2022


On May 22nd, 2022, Sunday Streets SF will open up the streets of Bayview for an afternoon of car-free fun for the whole family. Sunday Streets and the Bayview community started planning this new route in 2020, but had to put it on pause due to the pandemic. Since January of this year, community members have been coming back together on zoom every week to to finally bring this big, beautiful mile long Sunday Streets route and day of community celebration to the streets of Bayview.

Additional support provided by the following corporate exhibitors:
Xfinity   |   Cemex   |   MWH & WEBCOR

Exhibitor Roster


Bay Wheels • BGCSF-Camp Mendocino • BMAGIC • BSA Golden Gate Scouts • Candlestick Point State Recreation Area • Children’s Day School • City of Dreams • Exploratorium • Golden Gate Audubon Society • Grocery Outlet • High-Speed RailLucky Bayview • Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc • Mission Neighborhood • Centers/Children’s Services Campuses • Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense Pacific • Rowing Club • Parents for Public Schools of San Francisco • Party for Socialism and Liberation • ReMotion • San Francisco Public Library • San Francisco Transit Riders • San Francisco Unified School District • SCRAP • SFMTA • SFUSD Arts Department • SFUSD Libraries • Shamann Walton for Supervisor 2022 • St. James Catholic School • Sunday Streets Info Booth • Walk San Francisco


Bayview Hunters Point YMCA • Circus Center Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth • SF Bicycle Coalition Education Fund • SFUSD Shared Schoolyard Program • Street Soccer USA San Francisco • Us4Us • Wu Yee Children’s Services • Xfinity – Rest Station & Kids Zone


Africa Outlet • Art-IdeaSF • Kryslee Skin Care Line • Pat Mitchell • Phat Luv Band • Shipyard K9 • Virtuous Rose


Antonieta Legal Services • DNA Stylz • En2action • Hip Hugger • K3 First Aid and CPR Services • Mental Health Association of San Francisco • Narcotics AnonymousRenaissance Entrepreneurship Center • San Francisco Suicide PreventionSF Human Rights Commission – Hula Hoop & Chalk Block • SF Reparations Advisory Committee • Val’s Hosiery • Xclusiv Territory


Alcoholics Anonymous • Bay Area Air Quality Management District • Bay Area Jazz Mobile • Bayview Senior Center Black Cuisine Pop-Up • BlendAR Babez Brand • BVHP COHTF • California Black Health Network • Canopy Health • Catholic Charities • CEMEX City EMT • Community Boards SF • Community Living Campaign • Community Outreach Program – UCSF Memory and Aging Center • Double down zine • End Hep C SF • First Aid Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco • NICOS Chinese Health Coalition • Pop Nation • Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness • San Francisco Department of Elections • San Francisco Department of Environment • SF State Nursing Students AssociationSkylar’z SkinKare • Sunday Streets Info Booth • The Colores Painting Co Inc • The Port of San Francisco: Waterfront Resilience Program • SF Department of Public Health • SF Public Works • MWH / Webcor Joint Venture • UCSF Community & Government Relations • WISE Health SF Zuckerberg • San Francisco General Hospital

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 front racks of buses. The Bayview 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, visit For more information about bikes on BART, visit:

By Car: Should you choose to drive, be aware that the Sunday Streets route is towed of all vehicles beginning at 6 am. No stopping or parking is allowed on the streets after that, and no vehicles are allowed to drive onto the route after 10:00am. Should you choose to drive, check out Drive & Park to identify available parking lots and spaces nearby.



On May 22nd, 2022, no parking will be allowed after 7:00am on the following streets and street closures will be in effect between 8:00am-6:00pm. Any remaining vehicles are subject to ticketing and towing.

  • Oakdale Ave from 3rd St to Lane St
  • Revere St between Lane St and Keith St
  • Lane St from Underwood Ave to Williams St/Van Dyke Ave
  • Keith Street from Armstrong Ave to Carroll Ave
  • Armstrong Ave between 3rd St and Keith St
  • 3rd Street from Carroll Avenue to Yosemite Avenue
  • Yosemite Avenue between 3rd Street ~1730 Yosemite Avenue
  • Lane St between 3rd Street and Yosemite Ave

On May 22nd, 2022, no parking will be allowed after 10:30am on the following streets and street closures will be in effect between 10:30am-5:00pm. During this time, please remove all vehicles from curbside parking.

  • Lane St from Oakdale Ave to Underwood Ave
  • Underwood Ave from 3rd Street to Keith St
  • Keith Street from Underwood Avenue to Armstrong Ave


On May 22nd, 2022, the following Muni lines will be impacted between 9:00am-5:00pm:

  • 54 Felton between 3rd St and Revere Ave and Lane St and Palou 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 a volunteer in an orange t-shirt 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:
    • Lane St and Palou Ave
    • Keith St @ Van Dyke Ave
    • Keith St @ Yosemite Ave
  • 3rd St northbound traffic, use Carroll Ave to Ingalls Ave to Yosemite Ave to 3rd St
  • Lane St traffic, use Keith St or 3rd St

Get Involved

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.