The City and County of San Francisco, along with many community partners, are bringing new and dynamic attractions and experiences to the Civic Center Commons — Civic Center Plaza, United Nations Plaza and the space between — while better engaging and serving the low- or no-income people who rely on these spaces every day. Hear from the multi-disciplinary team that is currently working on this complex equation and learn how they’ve outlined a road map for creating a truly inclusive public space. Generously sponsored by Zendesk.
- Randy Carter / Hunters Point Family
- Amy Cohen / San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development
- Brandon Davis / Downtown Streets Team
- Shawn Lani / The Exploratorium