4th Annual Phoenix Day

3rd Sunday of Every October

October 20, 2024 | 12-5pm

One City. One Day. Rising Together.

With over a dozen community-led block parties and events, there’s something for every San Franciscan and visitor to enjoy while supporting the people and places they love. Join us for the 4th Annual Sunday Streets Phoenix Day on October 20, 2024, and partake in activities happening across the city.

Stay tuned for updates about the 2024 Phoenix Day program.

2023 Destinations

Block Parties ‧ Community Happenings ‧ Self-Guided Bike Ride

Block Party

Mutiny Radio Comedy Festival | 21st St between Florida St and Bryant St
GLIDE Memorial Church | Ellis St between Taylor St and Jones St
Ocean Ave Community Benefit District | Ashton Ave between Ocean Ave and Pico Ave
Slow Street – Page St | Page St between Fillmore St and Webster St
Slow Street | Clayton St between Grove St and Fulton St
Slow Street – Lyon St | Lyon St between Fulton St and Grove St
Slow Street | 21st Ave between Kirkham St and Judah St
Slow Street – Sanchez St | Sanchez St between Clipper St and 26th St
Slow Street | Sanchez St between 28th St and Duncan St
Slow Street | 17th Ave between Lawton St and Moraga St
Piedmont St between Delmar St and Ashbury St
Seymour St between Golden Gate Ave and Turk St
Wawona St between Taraval St and Ulloa St

Community Happening

India Basin Fall Fest hosted by A. Phillip Randolph Institute

Youth Art Exchange Community Open House

Tenderloin Safe Passage 15th Anniversary Celebration at Father Alfred E. Boeddeker Park hosted by Tenderloin Community Benefit District

Self-Guided Bike Ride

All routes begin at Sunday Streets Excelsior with scheduled stops at block parties along the way and a final stop at the First Anniversary of Car-free JFK Drive.

ROUTE A: Ride with KidSafe, Livable City, and SFMTA! Route A will take the riders through block parties in the Slow Streets Network, including Slow Sanchez, Page Slow Street, Lyon Street, and Clayton Street. The group will meet at Excelsior Coffee at 11:30 AM and leave for the Page Slow Street Block Party together. Families and individuals can expect to meet the group at Page Slow Street Block Party at 1:30 PM and head to the rest of the stops.

ROUTE B: Cruise along the west side with this mostly flat option. Before landing at the JFK Promenade, this ride will take you through the block parties on Ashton Avenue, Slow Streets on 21st Avenue, and 17th Avenue.

ROUTE C: Adventure through the City with this dynamic option to explore Bayview’s Fall Fest at the India Basin Shoreline Park, Mutiny Radio’s Comedy Festival, Youth Art Exchange Open House in the Mission, and GLIDE’s Block Party in the Tenderloin. This route is for experienced bikers determined to see all Phoenix Day offers.

Please refer to the map below for more information about the routes and stops.

  • Obey traffic signals
  • Ride in the same direction as traffic and stay on the right side of the road or use the designated bike lanes when available
  • Ride safely with protective gear
  • Use hand signals when making turns, lane changes, and stops
  • Yield to pedestrians
  • Be aware and be visible
  • Bring a reusable water bottle – many stops will have water stations for visitors

Activity Host Resources

Get your neighbors together for a block party on Phoenix Day. It’s a great time to just have fun and reconnect or bring people together for a community project like tree planting or creating a disaster preparedness plan.

Register by August 31st, 2023.

Have something else in mind? We’ll promote your community event or benefit project on our website. Submissions subject to approval and must meet Sunday Streets program guidelines for inclusion.

Register by October 2nd, 2023.