This fall, Sunday Streets second Tenderloin event of the season provides open, car-free streets for kids, families, seniors and residents, celebrating one of the city’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods. Home to large apartment buildings and many SROs, the area’s culturally diverse population includes a high percentage of families.
Sunday Streets closes the road to cars to offer guests an intimate way of interacting with the area’s array of authentic and affordable restaurants, small businesses and nonprofit services. Grab a banh mi or bubble tea, learn about the area’s history at the Tenderloin Museum, or explore Larkin’s Street’s Tenderloin Community Garden.
Besides providing safe, open recreational space accessible to the district’s families, youth and seniors, Sunday Streets works with local residents, businesses and nonprofits to create programming tailored to the unique needs of the district.