Blue Greenway Kiosk Exhibit

Judy West and Corinne Woods of the Neighborhood Parks Council on opening day on The Bay.

The Mission Bay Public Boat Launch and San Francisco’s Blue Greenway on the waterfront, south of the ATT Ball Park.

Madrina Group, with the help of our many project partners, installed eight new panels of maps and illustrations focused on historic and future changes to San Francisco’s eastern neighborhoods. Some of these projects include the SF Bay Trail, the Blue Greenway and Mission Creek connector trail to the waterfront.

The SF Watershed panel illustrates New Low-Impact Design Guidelines for Storm-Water management that utilize new green technologies to help San Francisco transition into a greener and healthier city for everyone.

Special thanks to the Port of SF, the SF Bay Trail, SF Beautiful and the Neighborhood Parks Council making this educational exhibit a reality!

Eight panel exhibit of San Francisco’s Eastern Neighborhoods:

1-The San Francisco Bay Trail is a regional corridor, connecting the people to each other and to the waterfront.

2-Mission Creek Bikeway and Greenbelt will be a connector trail to the waterfront along a former, historic waterway and rail right-of-way.

3-Historic Eastern Shorelines of San Francisco were filled-in to make new land for the growing City

4-San Francisco’s Blue Greenway is the unifying identity for the 13 mile, recreational corridor along SF’s southeast waterfront.

5-Mission Bay Open Space Networks – Redevelopment of Mission Bay is helping San Francisco transition from rails to trails.

6-Historic Pier 52 and Public Boat Launch – San Francisco’s only public boat launch is at Mission Bay.

7-What is an Estuary? – When fresh water meets the sea, something wonderful happens along the shoreline.

8-San Francisco’s Watershed - Storm-water is a resource not a problem, with a sustainable watershed management plan.

This kiosk exhibit was supported by grants from: San Francisco Beautiful (, The Madrina Group, The SF Bay Trail Project , The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and with the assistance and support of the Port of San Francisco, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and many others. Links to People and organizations that have helped with the exhibit:

SF Public Utilities Commission is creating storm-water design guidelines.
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy  - Our mission is to create healthier places for healthier people by building a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Visit us online: National & California
The San Francisco Bay Trail is a planned recreational corridor that, when complete, will encircle San Francisco and San Pablo Bays with a continuous 400-mile network of bicycling and hiking trails.
Association of Bay Area Governments. (ABAG) is one of more than 560 regional planning agencies across the nation working to help solve problems in areas such as land use, housing, environmental quality, and economic development.
The Coastal Conservancy - The Coastal Conservancy acts with others to preserve, protect and restore the resources of the California Coast. Our vision is of a beautiful, restored and accessible coastline.
The Neighborhood Parks Council - NPC is spearheading the Blue/Greenway, the southern section of the regional Bay Trail.
Bay View Boat Club
Port of San Francisco
Metropolitan Transportation Commission
San Francisco Beautiful protects and enhances the urban environment.
SF Bicycle Coalition - The mission of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is to transform San Francisco's streets and neighborhoods into more livable and safe places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation.
The Mission Creek Bikeway - The Mission Creek Concept Plan has been approved by the SF Board of Supervisors.and is available.
Duboce Bikeway Mural - was sponsored by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Mural design by Mona Caron. Project coordinated by Joel Pomerantz. Art team: Mona Caron (lead artist), J. Gordon Dean, Mary Anderson, Seth Damm, Bill Stender, Michael Rousseau. Commissioned by: City of San Francisco Bike Program.
Mari Eliza - Graphics and PR support

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Waterfront Kiosk
Panel 1 - The Bay Trail
Panel 2 - Mission Creek Corridor
Panel 3 - Historic Shorelines of SF
Panel 4 - Blue Greenway
Panel 5 - Mission Bay
Panel 6 - Pier 52
Panel 7 - SF Estuary
Panel 8 - SF Watershed

Art and Education
Natural History
Storm Water systems
Mission Creek Markers
Maps and Geography
Bikeways and Waterways
Mosaic Murals

Judy West
Environmental Education
Geologic and Seismic Assessment
Real Estate Planning and Entitlements