Crocker Amazon Playground not only features a children’s playground, but 5 soccer fields, baseball and softball fields, tennis, basketball and bocce courts. Additionally, there is a clubhouse, community garden and a dog play area. Crocker Amazon is located in District 11 at the intersection of Moscow Street and Geneva Avenue.
Scope of Work
The improvements will be focused on re-building the existing stairs into the Park from Prague Street with box steps and a handrail, formalizing two sections of social trails (from Dublin Street to Prague Street within the park, and Prague Street to approximately Munich Street within the Park) and removing hazardous trees. A new pathway will connect the trail to the corner of Moscow Street and France Ave, and a new player’s bench will be installed behind the backstop. New signage will be located at the Park entrance at the corner of Moscow Street and France Ave and at near the Dublin Street entrance.
Funding for this project is from Round 3 of the Community Opportunity Fund, and the Forestry Program of the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.
Please join the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department, Crocker Amazon Playground Advisory Committee, and District 11 Supervisor John Avalos for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of the Prague Stairway … Continue reading
The construction at Crocker Amazon is coming along well. The concrete pathway connecting to the sidewalk at the corner of Moscow St and France Ave is now complete. A new players’ bench and park sign will soon follow. The trail area has been graded and the contractor will begin installing … Continue reading
Work is going smoothly at Crocker Amazon Park. The tree work is finished, and the contractor has installed timbers for the new box steps and a small retaining wall. The concrete pathway at the west end of the Park will be complete by the end of the month, and the … Continue reading
We are excited to announce that the contractor has started work at Crocker Amazon Park. During construction portions of the park will be closed off from public access. The steps leading into the Park from Prague Street are currently closed and are anticipated to re-open in October. Other areas of … Continue reading