Mission Street Corridor FREE Breakfast Forum, Thursday, July 26
Join the Grand Boulevard Initiative for a conversation about the future of Daly City’s Mission Street corridor at a breakfast forum, Thursday, July 26, 2012 from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the War Memorial Community Center. A panel of experts will offer their insights about the neighborhood’s potential from three different perspectives: economic development, urban design, and public health. The public is invited to listen and share opinions about how this area could be transformed into an economically viable, safe, and healthy neighborhood. Speakers
S.T. Mayer | Director | Health Policy & Planning, San Mateo County Health System
Sujata Srivastava | Principal | Strategic Economics
Rick Williams | Architect/Urban Designer | Van Meter, Williams, Pollack Registration & Breakfast:
7:00 to 7:20 a.m.
Event will begin promptly at 7:20 a.m.
Daly City War Memorial Community Center
Community Room 1-3, 2nd Floor
6655 Mission Street, Daly City Parking and Transit
Free parking is available in the 88 Hillside parking garage directly north of the War Memorial Community Center. Enter the garage through the entrance on Mission St.
SamTrans routes 390 and 391 stop right in front of the building on Mission St.
Daly City BART Station is a 1/2 mile walking distance from the Community Center. SamTrans route 390 serves the Daly City BART station and drops off going southbound across the street from the Community Center. SamTrans routes 120, 121, and 130 stop at the "Top of the Hill" intersection at John Daly Blvd and Mission St. From this intersection it is about two blocks south to the Community Center.
Breakfast will be provided
The event is FREE, but please RSVP View/Download the Flier