Noe Valley Town Square Future Park Site

NOE VALLEY TOWN SQUARE – FUTURE PARK SITE

The proposal to establish Noe Valley Town Square evolved through more than four years of collaboration between RPD, the community group Residents for Noe Valley Town Square (RNVTS), Supervisor Scott Wiener’s office, and the San Francisco Parks Alliance (SFPA). Initially championed by RNVTS, the community group has actively advocated to convert the site into permanent public open space since 2010 and has conducted extensive community outreach over the past four years. For more information on RNVTS please visit: http://noevalleytownsquare.com/

Previously owned by a nearby church, the Noe Valley Town Square property was purchased by RPD in June 2013. The site of a gas station from the 1930s to the early 1990s, the property underwent soil remediation and underground storage tank removal between 1991 and 1999. Since then the site has been used primarily for parking, and as a host space for the weekly Noe Valley Farmers Market.

Following acquisition of the site by RPD, the project entered a phase of conceptual design. A community involvement process served to gather input on the future park’s design and amenities. A proposed design concept was approved by the RPD Commission on April 17, 2014. As the design stage nears completion, crews are set to break ground in January 2016. January also marks the beginning of a 10-month site closure. During that time, the Noe Valley Farmers Market will be relocated to 24th street where it will continue to operate on Saturdays from 8 am to 1 pm. To view project progress and upcoming stages click here to check out our Timeline.

For more information, contact Deputy Director of Planning, Stacy Bradley, stacy.bradley@sfgov.org or 415-575-5609. Or the Project Manager Melinda Stockmann, melinda.stockmann@sfgov.org or 415.581.2548.

Contractor Working on Final Completion Items at Noe Valley Town Square

We are working with the contractor on final completion items at Noe Valley Town Square, and are happy to report that some progress was made this past week: 8 benches installed along the perimeter of the plaza Final signs installed on community bulletin board Damaged plants replaced and protective fencing installed … Continue reading

Public Art for Noe Valley Town Square Receives Final Arts Commission Approval

On June 6, the Arts Commission confirmed the Visual Art Committee’s approval of two small bronze owl sculptures for the children’s garden in the new Noe Valley Town Square. Thanks to community members who took advantage of the multiple public comment periods to weigh in on the artist proposals, and thanks … Continue reading

The proposal to establish Noe Valley Town Square evolved through more than four years of collaboration between RPD, the community group Residents for Noe Valley Town Square (RNVTS), Supervisor Scott Wiener’s office, and the San Francisco Parks Alliance (SFPA). Initially championed by RNVTS, the community group has actively advocated to convert the site into permanent public open space since 2010 and has conducted extensive community outreach over the past four years. For more information on RNVTS please visit: http://noevalleytownsquare.com/

Previously owned by a nearby church, the Noe Valley Town Square property was purchased by RPD in June 2013. The site of a gas station from the 1930s to the early 1990s, the property underwent soil remediation and underground storage tank removal between 1991 and 1999. Since then the site has been used primarily for parking, and as a host space for the weekly Noe Valley Farmers Market.

Following acquisition of the site by RPD, the project entered a phase of conceptual design. A community involvement process served to gather input on the future park’s design and amenities. A proposed design concept was approved by the RPD Commission on April 17, 2014. As the design stage nears completion, crews are set to break ground in January 2016. January also marks the beginning of a 10-month site closure. During that time, the Noe Valley Farmers Market will be relocated to 24th street where it will continue to operate on Saturdays from 8 am to 1 pm. Click here to view the timeline/upcoming stages of the project.