Park(Ing) Day Turns San Francisco Green

For one day, San Francisco parking spaces and streets turn green with faux parks and art installations. Take a look at last year's green party and send us pictures on So Bay for what you see this year.

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SF Environment's PARK(ing) spot, on Grove across from the main library. A couple of folks from SF Environment paddle-boat to see how many watts it takes to power an incandescent bulb vs. a fluorescent.
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SF Environment's PARK(ing) spot, on Grove across from the main library.
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SF Environment's PARK(ing) spot, on Grove across from the main library.
4/13
SF Bike Coalition's park, 5th and Market streets.
5/13
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Sugar's space at Howard between 2nd and new Montgomery.
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Sugar's space at Howard between 2nd and New Montgomery.
7/13
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David baker is on 2nd at Bryant.
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David baker is on 2nd at Bryant.
9/13
2nd at South Park turns a car green.
10/13
2nd at South Park is a great place to relax.
11/13
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The Trust for Public Land at New Montgomery.
12/13
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Fruit Tree Park gets hot sometimes.
13/13
Outside Blue Bottle on Linden Street.
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