ParkScan Annual Report Released

ParkScan Annual Report is a website that enables San Francisco residents to easily report park maintenance issues and improvements they observe to the City agencies. ParkScan is a project of Neighborhood Parks Council (NPC) in partnership with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (RPD) and San Francisco’s 311 customer service center.

There were a total of 3,335 park observations submitted to ParkScan and 311 in 2010 that were related to RPD managed property or recreation programming. Graffiti reports made up the largest percentage (29%) of observations in 2010. The second

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largest category was Cleanliness (16%) which includes littering, illegal dumping, dangerous debris, etc. Water issues (13%) were also frequently reported in 2010.

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