Forwarded from Betsy Eddy of the Diamond Heights Neighborhood Association A Ruiz Construction, Co. under contract with San Francisco Public Works is scheduled to repave Diamond Heights Blvd between Clipper Street and Portola Drive. You may recall this segment was under construction last fall 2017 as part of the Diamond Heights Improvements Project. This small […]
Interested in giving feedback on the Twin Peaks Promenade Concept Design but couldn’t make the May 8 meeting? Visit the project webpage to see the concept boards that were presented there: http://sfrecpark.org/call-for-input-twin-peaks-promenade-concept-design/ and send in your comments by May 17. Details on the webpage.
Forwarded from the SF Recreation and Parks Department: Save the date and join us for an Open House to review and collect input on proposed designs for the eastern half of the Twin Peaks Boulevard “Figure 8”: Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Midtown Terrace Clubhouse Clarendon Ave + Olympia Way Rec and […]
Updated Saturday October 21, 5:00 PM Public Works contractor crews wrapped up hillside stabilization work adjacent to O’Shaughnessy Boulevard a day-plus ahead of schedule. Roadway back open. Thursday October 19, 2017 Project Description In January 2017 a rock slide forced a brief closure of O’Shaughnessy Boulevard. Geotechnical engineers and geologists were brought in to assess […]
Forwarded from SF Public Works Dear Friends and Neighbors of Diamond Heights, SF public Works and our contractor Esquivel Grading and Paving will be paving portions of Diamond Heights Boulevard this week. This is the segment that was postponed last week due to mechanical problems with our equipment. To avoid delays motorists may want to […]