(Editor’s note: Because this will be a unique recreational facility in the City, we are reprinting this story from Hoodline by Teresa Hammerl.) San Francisco is getting its first city-run ropes challenge course, the Recreation and Park Department announced this week. The plan, which will transform parts of John McLaren Park in Visitacion Valley, was approved by […]
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Two Little League teams faced off on the Thelma Williams Baseball Diamond in Glen Canyon Park on a warm Saturday afternoon in April. The players were six years old, maybe seven. Parents watched from behind a backstop and along the base paths. A father, the pitcher, knelt halfway between home plate and the batter’s box. […]
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.
Information from Betsy Eddy of Diamond Heights Community Association: The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department has scheduled construction renovations at the Walter Haas Dog Play Area to start on Wednesday, May 9th. Completion is planned during the summer. The DHCA thanks Senator Scott Wiener and Supervisor Jeff Sheehy for their efforts to fund the […]
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 […]