Scope of Work
The Trails Improvement Program will realign the steep trail segment leading to this magnificent vista point overlooking Bernal Heights and downtown San Francisco, improving safety and access. Trailside vegetation will be restored to further reduce erosion and improve habitat values, and wayfinding signs will be installed.
Additional Improvements to McLaren Trails
In addition to the Trails Improvement Program we received a grant from the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund for improvements to 3 trail entryways in McLaren Park: Campbell Ave, Visitacion Ave Fire Road, and Persia just east of the picnic area. This work will precede more extensive trail improvements at McLaren Park that are funded by the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.
Rec Park is thrilled to announce that the John McLaren Bike Park Project is out to bid! Information on the bid solicitation can be found here: http://mission.sfgov.org/OCABidPublication/BidDetail.aspx?K=11233 Key Information: Pre-Bid Conference Date – September 7 at 11:00am Bids Due – September 22 at 2:30 pm at McLaren Lodge, 501 Stanyan … Continue reading
Help us prioritize $10 Million Dollars! Come and share your ideas. Bring your friends and family. Workshop Location Group Picnic Area – McLaren Park 116 John F. Shelley Drive Saturday, October 1, … Continue reading
Hi folks, As you may know, the Mansell/Persia corridor through McLaren Park is under renovation. We appreciate your patience during the work. Over the next several months, there will be temporary alterations to crosswalks and other access routes at times necessary for construction activities. Starting next week, the crosswalk at … Continue reading
Hi folks, The work is going well. We are currently adding additional speed limit signs to post a revised speed limit (25 MPH) and school speed limit signs (15MPH) in those areas and other measures. Additionally, staff is reviewing the Brazil intersection to determine what we can do on a … Continue reading
Hi folks, I am so glad so many of you were able to come to the ground breaking and to the update I provided at the December 8th, at the Crocker Amazon Park Monthly meeting. As you may have seen, the construction has started – some early elements have started … Continue reading
On Saturday, November 15, Rec and Park staff, including General Manager Phil Ginsburg, as well as Commissioners Low and Wei and Supervisor Cohen, joined members of the McLaren Collaborative and PROSAC and a host of neighbors to celebrate the completion of the McLaren Trail Connector Project with some gold shovel … Continue reading
Join the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, McLaren Park Collaborative and park advocates for the Community Planting Day to celebrate the Opening of McLaren Park Trail Connector: please see Event Flyer (Click here) and feel free to distribute. If would like to volunteer for the community planting and other park beautification … Continue reading