Mission District street restrictions during the Carnaval Festival


The Mission District’s several roads will be closed as part of San Francisco’s Carnaval celebration, which began on Saturday.

Harrison Street between 16th and 24th Street is the site of the Carnaval Festival. The Grand Parade is set to take place on Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The parade will begin at the intersection of Bryant and 24th Streets, go west on Mission Street, turn east on 15th Street, and then head north on Mission to 15th Street. The press statement states that South Van Ness is where the march will end.

As a result of the procession, the following streets will be closed from nine in the morning to four in the afternoon, as stated by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA):

  • Mission between 15th and 24th streets
  • 15th St. between Mission and Alabama
  • 24th St. between York and Mission
  • Bryant between 17th St and Cesar Chavez
  • Harrison between 15th and 16th streets
  • Treat between Harrison and Alameda

Visit the website of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA) for additional information regarding the reroutes and routes and stops that will be affected by the Muni.

The culture of Latin America and the Caribbean is honored during this festival. The press statement for the festival states that the event will have a wide variety of exciting activities and entertainment for people of all ages, including a wide variety of foods, types of music and dance, arts and crafts, and other fun activities.

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