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Example of the upzoning planned for commercial corridors in the Sunset and Richmond including 19th Avenue, Sunset, Lincoln, Judah, Lawton, Noriega, Taraval, Vicente, and Sloat.

Sunset/Parkside District 4 Town Hall - Upzoning Plans

Protect Neighborhoods, Support Merchants, Meet Housing Needs

Thursday, April 11, 2024

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Christ Church Lutheran, 1090 Quintara Street

Register - in person

Limited space of 125


Register - via Zoom

The Sunset/Parkside District 4, along with many neighborhoods in western San Francisco, face significant upzoning mandated by the State and the City, aiming to raise building height throughout the area. These significantly taller structures won't address affordable housing but will instead lead to luxury high-rises, tenant and small business displacement, and neighborhood gentrification, profoundly impacting our neighborhood and

quality of life for all residents.














No matter where you live, join us and rally your neighbors to learn more and

take action—this issue impacts us all!



  • Dennis Richards, Former SF Planning Commissioner

  • Lori Brooke, Founder, Neighborhoods United SF

  • Peter Stevens, Board Member Telegraph Hill Dwellers



  • Supervisor Aaron Peskin, Board President, District 3

  • Supervisor Joel Engardio, District 4 (scheduling conflict)

  • Supervisor Connie Chan, District 1


Hosts (alphabetically)

  • Coalition for Common Sense Housing 

  • Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods

  • D4ward

  • Katherine Howard

  • La Playa Village, Steve Ward

  • Mid-Sunset Neighborhood Association

  • Neighborhoods United SF

  • Save Our Neighborhoods SF

  • Sunset-Parkside Education and Action Committee

  • Sunset United Neighbors, Michael Nohr

* Unfortunately, we are not able to provide translation assistance at this time. We will have a Zoom Webinar option available, see above for registration instructions.  Thank you!

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Currently proposed upzoning map

Click to see how your area is impacted

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Picture of YIMBY proposed map - even worse!

Neither map reflects the impact of State or local density-increase laws that can double or triple these heights! 

This is the result of combining multiple density laws.

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