BikeLane.jpgSan Francisco’s Sunday Streets program, in which streets in a variety of SF nabes are closed to vehicle traffic for a few hours on pre-determined Sundays, describes itself as “San Francisco’s official block party.” And now organizers say they want your feedback on that block party — do you love it? Think it’s a waste? Now you can let them know.

The SF Great Streets Project alerts us to this, a ten question survey soliciting feedback on the event.

Questions include those to figure out what kind of stakeholder you are (do you live in a Sunday Streets area? Work there?), your feedback on Sunday Streets activities, how your participation might have impacted local businesses, and feedback on routes/locations. And there are lots of write-in options for those of you unsatisfied with the options presented!

The last Sunday Streets event of 2011 is this Sunday in the Mission, at Valencia from Duboce to 24th St, and 24th St. from Valencia to Hampshire. You can see the full route and more on their site.

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