Online voting has gone live for the public to weigh in on several designs for rainbow crosswalks, as well as other color schemes, set to be installed in San Francisco’s gay Castro district sometime this summer.
As the Bay Area Reporter noted on its blog a week ago, the Castro Upper Market Community Benefit District has agreed to pay for the special crosswalk treatments along with colored lighting and historical facts in the sidewalk on Castro Street between 19th and Market Streets.
The cost for the decorative improvements in the heart of San Francisco’s gay business district totals nearly $122,000. The CBD board voted to allot $37,500 toward the cost of painting four decorative crosswalks on the roadway.
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