The Glen Park Greenway Concept Plan – Linking the canyon to the village
Come and help develop the Concept Plan for the Glen Park Greenway. We have a professional design team – all we need now is you and other neighbors, who are interested in the look and feel of our neighborhood, its footpaths, its natural environment, and its connection to Glen Canyon Park, to join in and help us decide how to shape one of our most extensive pieces of public land.
Glen Park Greenway Planning Workshop #1
Glen Park Recreation Center – Thursday, May 28, 2015 – 630 – 830 pm
The Glen Park Greenway will be a pedestrian link between Glen Park village and Glen Canyon Park, as envisioned in the Glen Park Community Plan. The Greenway runs primarily across City property owned by the San Francisco Department of Public Works and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. The Glen Park Association is sponsoring initial steps for the Greenway Plan. You are invited to join other community members at this workshop where you will:
- Learn about existing conditions in the Greenway corridor
- Hear DPW and SFPUC staff describe policies for the properties where the Greenway runs
- Have a chance say what you want the Greenway to provide to our neighborhood and what you can do to support the Greenway
- Hear the interests of other community members
The professional planning team will develop Greenway Concept Plan alternatives based on the community’s work at this meeting. The team will return for at least two more workshops, to present alternative Concept Plans, receive more neighborhood feedback, and develop a Concept Plan with broad community support by Fall 2015.
The concept planning phase has been made possible by generous contributions from the Schapiro Fund, Supervisor Scott Wiener’s office, and the Glen Park Association. The San Francisco Parks Alliance is also a partner for this planning effort.
If you can’t come to the workshop, you can still participate through the Glen Park Greenway website: www.glenparkgreenway.org.
The Greenway as shown in the Glen Park Community Plan, (2011).