“Let’s not go out and play,” said no dog ever. The closure of San Francisco dog parks means many of dog’s favorite activities have become impossible and as much as an on-leash walk is fun, there is no way it makes up for a romp in the park. In an effort to help stir crazy dogs—and their […]
Recreation and sports
Dear Glen Park Community, As of Jan 24th, I am being reassigned from Glen Park Recreation Center to Richmond Recreation Center. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the past 10 years that I have been stationed at Glen Park Recreation Center and been part of this amazing community. Working […]
It was organized mayhem on the ball field at the park Monday. Rec and Park’s Silver Tree and Pine Lake day camps squared off against each other in all manner of games. In the middle, some older folks got centered with Tai Chi. The release of energy could have powered the neighborhood for a week. […]
Recently, a spate of findings and ratings has been released by the San Francisco Controller’s Office and the Trust for Public Land, measuring the performance of city departments and quality of life issues. SF Controller’s Office 2019 City Survey Report This month, the Controller’s Office came out with its biennial (2019) City Survey Report […]
The Recreation and Parks Department has said it will close the Glen Park Ball Fields from June 3 to July 8, 2019, for turf renovation. Look for posted signs on site as well as information from the department’s social media platforms.
Registration for Spring classes at the Glen Park Recreation center opens March 2, 2019. Take a look at the offerings and see if you want to take Hatha Yoga or sign your children up for Karate or Petite Bakers! The complete class list and registration information can be found here: Glen Park Spring Recreation Listings