The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will hold a hearing on November 1 at 10 a.m. to hear what the public has to say about adding new parking meters on four streets in the Northeastern Mission.

If approved, the meters will run 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays at the following locations:

18th Street – north side, between Alabama and Florida Streets.
Alabama Street – east side, from 18th Street to 120 feet to the north.
Florida Street – east side between 18th and Mariposa streets and from Mariposa to 95 feet to the north.
Mariposa Street, north side between Bryant and Florida streets.

The hearing will also consider residential parking permits on five new streets.  See the full notice below:


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  1. How about 18th or 20th on Potrero Hill?. One of the few – if not only – commercial strips in the City with no parking meters. Of course that will never happen until a certain overlord who happens to live in and has relatives in the neighborhood passes on…

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