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Alamo Square will close on May 10 (Tue) to undergo a park-wide irrigation system replacement, construction of a new wheelchair-accessible restroom, and installation of new landscaping. Alamo Square will remain close for seven months, and is expected to reopen in fall/winter 2016. This $2.434M project is made possible by the Restroom … Continue reading
“Children in pastel-colored clothes scampered through the green grass of Golden Gate Park’s Sharon Meadow Saturday, celebrating Easter a day early thanks to the city’s Recreation and Park Department. The youngest visitors had a chance to search for treat-filled eggs hidden behind thin trees, lush bushes and thick roots. Families … Continue reading
San Francisco Magazine has released its 2016 City Report Card, an assessment of city services including schools, parks, housing and transportation. Echoing last week’s news that San Francisco residents highly approve of their parks, the magazine has given our park system a solid A-minus, citing new renovation projects, investment and … Continue reading
By Samantha Simonich San Francisco is a vibrant city with constant activity. Between concerts, baseball games, and parades, there is always something to do. The city is also home to a variety of unique festivals throughout the year that embody the diverse culture of San Francisco. See full list of events … Continue reading
*UPDATE (12/11/15) – Garfield will re-open on time Saturday December 12th, 2015. Please make note Garfield Pool will be closed for maintenance from November 16th to December 12, 2015.
Classes and Free Material Giveaway! December 12 9am-12pm Urban Ag Resource Center Free Compost, Soil and Mulch for Bayview Gardens Winterize Your Garden Free Class at 10am Both @ 900 Innes (access at the end of Hudson Ave at Hunters Point Blvd, just south of India Basin Shoreline Park) Rainwater … Continue reading
by Emil Guillermo Victoria Manalo Draves, the first American woman to win two gold medals in springboard and platform diving at the 1948 Olympics, will be honored in San Francisco this weekend. Draves was also the first woman of Filipino heritage to win an Olympic gold medal. Draves was born … Continue reading