SF’s Largest “Sunday Streets” is June 3rd
Sunday Streets (March – October 2018) is San Francisco’s official block party – a sorta-monthly roving neighborhood celebration and five hour street party where the streets are closed to vehicles, so pedestrians, roller skaters, bicyclists, yogis, and everyone except for cars can take over the streets for an afternoon.
Sunday Street’s longest route runs through the Outer Sunset and parts of Golden Gate Park, following the city’s western edge along the super-scenic Great Highway, providing car-free streets and fun, free activities for all.
This coastal neighborhood has a high concentration of families, children and seniors, and nearby Ocean Beach and the SF Zoo draws visitors. Come see why locals love Henry’s House of Coffee, check out the park’s own Bison Paddock, or explore local art at the Great Highway Gallery. Surfers frequent beachside cafes, and there are plenty restaurants to choose from, whether you’re craving hot pot, sushi or brunch.
Long before the event, Sunday Streets works with merchants – including outreach to monolingual business owners – to craft a fun and accessible day that meets the needs of the Sunset’s residents, small business owners, and community groups.
PLAN YOUR DAY
Download the Activity Guide to plan an epic day outdoors!
- Visit two Activity Hubs inside Golden Gate Park near the Murphy Windmill and Spreckels Lake by the Bison Paddock.
- Discover Outer Sunset small businesses with the Explore Local Guide, available at Sunday Streets Info Booths.
- Get a ticket to ride with free bike rentals from Ford GoBike and JUMP.
- Bring the kids for SF Bicycle Coalition’s Freedom from Training Wheelsprogram, where toddlers and young children can learn to ride a bike
- Walk your dog (or other preferred pet) to enjoy scenic views along the east side of the Great Highway and all the way into Golden Gate Park!
- Take any epic selfies or perfect pet portraits? Tag Sunday Streets on social media to share.
What happens at Sunday Streets?
Every month is a completely different party, but throughout the 2018 season you can expect activities like treasure hunts, dance performances, hula hooping, dodgeball games, yoga classes, bubble parties, and tons more fun stuff in the city streets, all for free.
2018 Sunday Streets Schedule
Sundays, 11 am to 4 pm