Photos of Sunset Boulevard from 1931 (before it was paved) and recently in 2022.
A “master plan” released by the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) will include improvements like a new recycled water irrigation system, removal of hazardous trees, adding wild flowers and drought-tolerant plants and repairing the sidewalks.
Learn more about the Sunset Boulevard Master Plan on Thursday, June 6 at St. Ignatius College Prep., 6:30-8 p.m.
After $1.2 million was spent landscaping the median strip running down the center of Sunset Boulevard to make it less needy of water, looking at it block-by-block, tall grass and weeds on many of the sections are taking over the succulents that were planted.
Katy Tang’s office has partnered with the SF Department of Public Works, SF Public Utilities Commission and Climate Action Now!, a San Francisco-based nonprofit working on cultivating environmental leadership.