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Cabrillo Playground Summertime Event

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Saturday, August 27th, 10AM-3PM

Cabrillo Playground (located between 38th & 39th Aves. and Fulton and Cabrillo Sts.) will be renovated next year under the Safe and Clean Neighborhood Parks Bond. The Community Meetings took place in 2010 and the plans are ready.

Come and see the designs for our fabulous new playground! The playground will have an ocean theme with dolphins and turtles to ride, monster sea creatures to vanquish and ships to explore!

We will also have a visit from the San Francisco Fire Department with a Fire Truck to see up close and other fun events.

And if you didn’t know it already, Cabrillo Playground has 128 beautiful dahlias on the 39th Ave. side and they are in bloom and beautiful. There will be a limited number of ready to plant dahlias for

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sale to help kick off the Friends of Cabrillo Playground’s fundraising for furniture for the clubhouse.

Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
After nine community workshops, eight focus group meetings with city agencies, officials, and community groups, and hundreds of correspondences with dedicated park-goers and experts, we have a Park Improvement Plan with associated costs and phasing. The intent of this plan is not only to guide short and long term improvements to the park, but also to serve as a fund-raising tool.
If you would like to see the details of the final draft Park Improvement Plan, and to learn more about the next steps for the project and how you can keep being involved, please visit http://sfrecpark.org/glenparkproject.aspx.  Under “Maps & Designs” you will find the drawings and presentations.  An image of the map is below (click on it to view a full-size version), and you can also view it in PDF format.

Dolores Park Renovation Project

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Background Info: Mission Dolores Park Improvements

For nearly a century San Franciscans have enjoyed the 13.7-acres of recreational opportunities provided by Mission Dolores Park. To help keep up with the use of the park and make much-needed infrastructure improvements, San Francisco voters approved the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, a $163 million general obligation bond that includes $13.2 million to improve Mission Dolores Park.

Public Workshops:

  • Public Workshop # 1 Thursday, June 2 – 6:30 PM Mission High School Cafeteria 3750 18th St
  • Public Workshop # 2 Thursday, June 30 – 6:30 PM Mission High School Cafeteria 3750 18th St
  • Public Workshop # 3 Thursday, July 21 – 6:30 PM Mission High School Cafeteria 3750 18th St
  • Public Workshop # 4 Thursday, Sept. 1 – 6:30 PM Mission High School Cafeteria 3750 18th St

What is the project schedule for the overall improvement project?

The current schedule is:

Phase Target Start Target Finish Duration
Community Planning / Design June 2011 September 2011 4 Months
Design Development October 2011 January 2012 4 Months
Contract Documents January 2012 June 2012 6 Months
Bid / Award July 2012 September 2012 4 Months
Construction October 2012 January 2014 16 Months
Closeout February 2014 April 2014 3 Months

For more information please visit the project website: http://sfrecpark.org/doloresParkProject.aspx

Dolores Park community group websites are:

Groundbreaking commences at Mission Playground

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

On May 11, District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener joined Susan Hirsch of the City Fields Foundation, DPW director Ed Reisken, RPD General Manager Phil Ginsburg and kids from 826 Valencia in celebrating the start of a $7.5 million renovation at Mission Playground,  which will include remodeling the old and worn-down clubhouse for seismic safety and increased natural light, resurfacing the busy tennis and basketball courts, replanting a lawn, installing new children’s play equipment, improving park accessibility and safety, and replacing the old, asphalt soccer field with a state-of-the-art synthetic turf field.

“The importance of parks and open space cannot be underscored in densely populated neighborhoods like the Mission,” said Supervisor Wiener.  “Today is an important step forward as we continue to try to provide the world-class park amenities our residents need and desire.”

The project is expected to be completed in summer 2012.

Contact: Patrick Hannan, City Fields Foundation
Phone: (415) 837-5403
E-Mail: patrick@cityfieldsfoundation.org

Restroom Task Force Releases Final Report

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

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restrooms are an important part of what makes our parks useable and enjoyable. Most of us know that in many of our city’s parks these amenities are either in poor condition or simply nonexistent. The 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond allocated $11.4 Million for restroom improvements and the construction of several new restrooms. A Restroom Task Force has been created to gather community input and determine locations for these improvements.

The Restroom Task Force issued their final report in early August, to be presented to the Recreation and Parks Commission in August or early September 2009.

On Wednesday, April 6 at the Capital Committee of the Recreation and Parks Commission, Marvin Yee released this update, which you can download here.

This report provides recommendations for the Restroom Program of the bond, and details how the allocated money might be spent. Each of the designated restroom projects will have an associated community planning process to discuss specific issues related to that

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Fulton Playground Renovation Update

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

March 2011: The Fulton Playground Renovation project has been moving forward as planned. The Construction Documents were completed on March 4, 2011. These drawings will be submitted as addendum to the site building permit application filed at the end of December 2010 to lock in with the 2007 California Building Code. SF Building Department comments are anticipated in March and April 2011 to be incorporated in the bid documents.

The project schedule has experienced a delay to due to review/coordination of the clubhouse historic preservation issues and issuance of building permit. The revised schedule is as follows:

  • Solicitation for construction bids is scheduled on May 2011 with bid opening in June 2011.
  • The approval and certification of the construction contract is scheduled for June-July 2011.
  • Start of Construction is scheduled on August 1, 2011 with a duration of 10 months for substantial completion.
  • Final completion is anticipated by June 30, 2012

Project Contact:

Paulina Araica, Project Manager
San Francisco Recreation & Parks Capital Improvement Division
Phone: (415) 581-2558
E-mail: paulina.araica@sfgov.org

Community Opportunity Fund – Round 2

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

PlaygroundThe Recreation and Park Commission approved Round 2 of the Community Opportunity Fund on March 17th. For this round, there will be an award of $1.25 million to improvement projects at RPD-owned parks in San Francisco.

Below are some important dates to be aware of:

March 17 – RPD Commission Presentation of COF Round 2 revisions
March 21 – Application released
June 24 – Applications are due
Late September – Project Award Notification

Applicant Workshops:
March 21 – 6:00 – 7:30 PM, Parque Ninos Unidos
March 30 – 6:00 – 7:30 PM, Minnie Lovie Ward/Oceanview Playground
April 6 – 6:00 – 7:30 PM, Joe Lee Rec Center
April 9 – 12:00 – 1:30 PM, Duboce Park, outside Rec Center
April 13 – 6:00 – 7:30 PM, County Fair Building Rec Room

The application materials will be available for download at Rec and Park’s COF page.

Who and what is eligible for funding?

Any group or individual with an idea for how to improve their park can apply! To be considered, projects must fit these basic requirements:

  • The project must be located on land under of the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission and located in the City and County of San Francisco.
  • Proposals must be a Capital Project. This means that the proposed work must be permanently affixed to the park property and be an investment in the future of the park. Events, classes, programs, and maintenance work cannot be funded by the COF. Installation or replacement of playgrounds, paths, benches, drinking fountains, and sports courts are all examples of Capital Projects.
  • The funding will pay for work by City-approved contractors selected through a public bid process. Funds will not be used to pay for community labor or contractors hired by community groups.
  • Parks funded by the 2008 Clean and Safe Parks Bond’s Neighborhood Parks Renovation Program are not eligible.

COF Contact:

Jacob Gilchrist, Project Manager Capital Division, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department
30 Van Ness Avenue, Fifth Floor, SF, CA 94102
phone: 415-581-2561, fax: 415-581-2540; www.parks.sfgov.org

Glen Canyon Park feedback sought – deadline is March 10

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Glen Canyon ParkAs part of the ongoing community-outreach process, the Trust for Public Land (TPL) and the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department are seeking feedback from Glen Canyon Park stakeholders on the three conceptual design options for the Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan.  In providing feedback, focus on the components of each option.  Evaluate the pros and cons of each option, and be aware that the components of each option can be mixed and matched. Your feedback will be incorporated into one single preferred option that will be presented at the next workshop, on April 7 at 6:30, at the Glen Park Recreation Center.

The deadline is March 10, 2011.

There are three ways to give your feedback: over the phone or via e-mail.  Contact Karen Mauney-Brodek, SF Rec and Park at (415) 575-5601/karen.mauney-brodek@sfgov.org) or Alejandra Chiesa, TPL at (415) 800-5303/alejandra.chiesa@tpl.org.  You can also submit them through the mail by sending them to The Trust for Public Land, Alejandra Chiesa, 101 Montgomery Street, Suite 1100, San Francisco, CA 94104.

Provided below are the feedback forms, in two different formats: PDF and Word Document.

[PDF] [DOC]

For more info on the Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan, visit http://sfrecpark.org/glenparkproject.aspx.

Panhandle Park Stewards Release Video Update

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

The Panhandle Park Stewards are a group of volunteers who have been working to improve Panhandle Park. In 2010 the grPanhandle Videooup was awarded a Community Opportunity Fund (COF) grant for a capital project they proposed to the Recreation and Park Department.

The Panhandle Park Stewards recently created a video that explains to the public what exciting improvements will be taking place over the next year. Click here to watch!

Glen Canyon Park User Survey

Thursday, January 27th, 2011
Glen Canyon Park

Photo by Steve Bowles/NPC

January 27, 2011: The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department and the Trust for Public Land cordially invite all Glen Canyon Park users and neighbors to take a short, 12-question survey and provide input on how you use the park and what you would like to see improved. The TPL is hoping to gather all responses by February 10.

The survey can be found here:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/glencanyonpark

In addition, SFRPD and TPL are hosting a series of community meetings to gather

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input from users. These meetings will determine the points of emphases for the improvements that will be made. A total of $5.8 million has been set aside to renovate Glen Canyon Park, with an additional $900,000 earmarked for trail work. The financing comes from the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, which voters passed in 2008.

For more information, contact Alejandra Chiesa from TPL [Alejandra.chiesa@tpl.org] or Karen Mauney-Brodek from SFRPD [karen.mauney-brodek@sfgov.org]. You can also visit the Project Web site to learn more. You also will be given the opportunity at the end of the survey to provide contact information if you want to be kept in the loop.