The renovation of Sgt. John Macaulay Park is part of Let’sPlaySF!, a partnership between the Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Parks Alliance that seeks to inspire creativity and play throughout the City.
In the coming years, 13 playgrounds prioritized for improvement by a citizen task force will be re-imagined and redesigned for this and future generations of San Francisco’s children.
The community planning process has begun and the first meeting was held on Thursday June 23rd at Tenderloin Rec Center. Next meeting will be happening in September or October 2016, watch below for details.
Please take a few minutes and call the number below to answer a few questions about how you would make this park better: 650.449.7139, location code 001.
We know that community meetings can be difficult to attend for people with long commutes and childcare needs, so we wanted to provide additional opportunity for people to comment on the playground concept. We have created the below Google Survey which describes the project and the concepts we presented at … Continue reading
Thank you to those of you who were able to attend the Sgt. Macaulay Community Meeting #3. Please see the attached presentation for the layout concepts we presented. SJM Mtg. 3 Presentation We are also gathering interest for starting/being a part of a “friends of” group for Sgt. Macaulay and/or … Continue reading
Please join us for the third public meeting for the Let’sPlaySF! Sgt. Macaulay Park Renovation Project on Wednesday, December 7th at Boeddeker Clubhouse from 6-7:30pm. We have four proposed layout options for the park and will use community feedback to develop a final proposed layout. We look forward to seeing you … Continue reading
The renovation of Sergeant Macaulay Park is part of Let’sPlaySF, a partnership between the Recreation and Park Department and the San Francisco Parks Alliance that seeks to inspire creativity and play throughout … Continue reading
Tenderloin Parks Community Meeting #1 6-23-16 Thank you to all who were able to attend the first Community Meeting for the Tenderloin Parks Improvement Project, which featured a joint presentation of Sgt. Macaulay and Hyde Turk Mini Park Playground Renovation projects. We appreciated hearing your feedback and insight into each … Continue reading