Moscone Rec Center Playground Improvement Project

SITE DESCRIPTION

Moscone Recreation Center is located between Laguna and Chestnut Streets and is approximately 567,000 square feet. The park includes a mini driving range, putting greens, basketball courts, tennis courts, children’s play areas, four ball fields, grassy areas, a recreation center, and other related recreational amenities and support facilities.

PROJECT SCOPE

The proposed project includes improvements to the eastern children’s play area, improved access, and related amenities. Click here for final concept design.  This project was expanded to include a new dog play area and resurfacing the tennis courts.

PROPOSED BUDGET
$2.5 Million

PROPOSED SCHEDULE

MILESTONE             SCHEDULE
Start Planning           September 2015
Start Construction     August 2017
Open to Public          Spring 2018

For detailed information on the project, view the presentation and materials on the right hand side of this page.

Moscone Playground and Dog Play Area are starting Construction!

We have great news to share! We have initiated the construction contract for the renovation of the east playground and the new dog play area. We just issued the notice to proceed and the contractor is expected to start mobilizing on site this week. It’s been a long road to … Continue reading

Moscone Rec Center Project Update

Hello Park Advocates.   Exciting news.    The Recreation and Park Commission approved the construction contract for the playground renovation project.   As part of this project, the Department will also be installing a new dog play area on the west edge of the park property and with the generous grant donation from … Continue reading

Moscone Dog Play Area and Playground Renovation Update!

Hello Park Advocates- I would like to give you a brief update on the status of the children’s playground and the dog play area project. We successfully completed the construction documents and sent the project out for our formal bidding process. We anticipate the bids will be submitted on February … Continue reading

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