South San Francisco, CA – January 19th, 2023
from the City of South San Francisco newsletter
COMMUNITY VIRTUAL MEETINGS
Livable Lindenville: A Vibrant and Inclusive Neighborhood for All
JOIN US FOR THESE UPCOMING VIRTUAL MEETINGS TO LEARN ABOUT PROPOSED PLAN ALTERNATIVES
● Cultural Arts Commission – January 19 @ 6:30 pm
● Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission – February 1 @ 6:00 pm
● Planning Commission – February 2 @ 7:00 pm
● City Council – February 22 @ 6:00 pm
The Lindenville Specific Plan will be the guiding document to help realize the General Plan’s vision for the area as a mixed-use neighborhood, employment hub, and cultural center of South San Francisco. Walkable, connected districts, including the South Spruce corridor, are envisioned as lively destinations where people can easily access retail, parks, and other community resources. The Plan will preserve the city’s industrial heritage and provide new opportunities for people to live in the district. A revitalized Colma Creek has the potential to become a community-serving linear park with restored ecology that benefits the health and well-being of people and wildlife.
More info can be found here: https://shapessf.com/plan-lindenville/
Meet a Planner: Office Hours with City Staff
Get your questions answered at an upcoming virtual office hour
Wednesdays, January 25 & February 1, from 12-1 pm
Online Survey on the Plan Alternatives
Go HERE to Complete by February 5
Event details and project information HERE
have they started on the 3.2 million dollar park? that is in (lindenville) correct?
haven’t been down that way . think I will go have a look.
well going to reply to myself. took a drive by there seen a new lawn and a park bench.
is that our 3.2 million dollar park ? kidding right? up the street an suv with the windows
blown out and 4 slashed tires. looking a bit trashy in ( lindenville ) .
here we go with Lindenville again. the video did not say much. they lost me when they said equitable and green . let’s see if they improve the (hood) .