San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (SFRPD) and San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) are partnering to improve McLaren Park Leland Avenue entrance with two projects:
SFPUC will build a new Rain Garden to capture, retain, filter, and absorb rain water in a series of terraced planters between the Visitacion Avenue and Leland Avenue. The rain garden, with native plants, interpretive signage along an accessible path, is estimated to retain 780,000 gallons of water annually from entering the sewer system and to recharge the ground water table. Details of the project are found at http://sfrecpark.org/project/leland-ave-rain-garden-puc-project/
Questions: SFPUC Communications at (415) 554-3289 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SFPRD is completing the construction documents for a new Community Garden featuring an accessible terrace and new amenities: raised planter beds, garden plots, compost bins, picnic tables, potting tables and tool shed. Details of the project are found at http://sfrecpark.org/project/mclaren-park-community-garden-improvements/
McLaren Park trail from Visitacion Avenue/Hahn Street trailhead to Raymond Avenue will be closed during the Leland Avenue Rain Garden construction. See map below
McLaren Community Garden will remain open to members throughout construction; however, temporary closures will be necessary and notices will be posted on both SFPUC and SFPRD websites. Visit the project blog posts for most current closures and detour information.