Glen Park changes to be discussed with neighbors

City planners put the finishing touches on an updated draft plan to overhaul the Glen Park neighborhood, which will be explained for residents during a Sep. 14 community meeting.

Planning for an overhauled Glen Park neighborhood, which will be anchored by an improved BART station, began more than seven years ago.

The plan aims to improve experiences for pedestrians, transit-riders and residents.

The San Francisco Planning Department scheduled a Sept. 14 evening community meeting at St. John’s Elementary School to discuss the latest draft plan.

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