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Nestled between the Mission and Potrero Hill lies a neighborhood recently coined, "Mission Creek", in homage to the historic creek running below San Francisco. One mouth of the creek lies roughly underneath 17th and Bryant, in the heart of the Mission Creek neighborhood. Running from 16th to 23rd, between Potrero Avenue and South Van Ness, the Mission Creek neighborhood is home to an eclectic and growing mix of eateries, bars, salons, spas, healers, shopping, schools, business services, theaters, artists, entertainment and more. Merchants and residents are excited to continue building a sense of community in this area, through the promotion of events and the cultivation of green and communal spaces. A nascent merchant association encourages residents to think about the manifold advantages of supporting the various local, small businesses that make the Mission Creek area unique, while providing advocacy, networking and information to assist these companies.

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Check out the 2014-15 
Mission Guide to connect 
with businesses and events
throughout the Mission
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Actively participate in the streetscape projects planned for our neighborhood
Create a new "Artist & Performer" membership category
Produce a public event to coincide with San Francisco's small business month
Redefine our neighborhood and build community
Join the SFMTA for the first of two meetings on the 14 Mission Rapid Project!
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 | 6-7:30PM
Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission Street
The 14 Mission Rapid Project includes transit priority and pedestrian safety proposals along Mission Street that will make it safer for people walking, and increase the reliability of Muni. In summary:
Option A: Widen lanes, add a southbound transit-only lane, remove one of two northbound lanes, and require right turns at each intersection, maintaining most parking
Option B: Widen lanes, add transit-only lanes in both directions, remove parking on one side of the street between Division and Cesar Chavez streets
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If you can't make the event, please take the online survey