West Sunset Playground Improvement Project

West Sunset Baseball Diamond

PROJECT SCOPE

The project may include the renovation of sports courts, natural turf fields, including the bleachers, storage facility, restrooms, support space, and related park amenities.

Funding Source

The project has been allocated $13.2 million in funding from the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

DESCRIPTION

West Sunset Playground is located between Sunset Elementary School and A. P. Giannini Middle School, at Ortega and Quintara Streets. The park is approximately 738,000 square feet and has a clubhouse, children’s play area, sport courts, multiple playfields, and related amenities.

West Sunset Playground Update

We are happy to report that the construction documents have now been submitted to the Department of Building Inspection for review and approval.   Our schedule currently shows that we will have completed bid document at the beginning of March.    Once these drawings have been approved we will be sending them … Continue reading

West Sunset Improvement Project – Community Meeting #3

The Recreation and Park Department invites you to attend the third concept planning meeting to discuss the proposed capital improvements for this park facility, specifically addressing field and athletic court improvements, and site accessibility. We will be presenting the concept plan which will show the proposed improvements based on feedback … Continue reading

West Sunset Renovation (2012 Bond) Project Update

Thank you all for joining us at last nights meeting. We are so glad to see so many community members participating in the process and hope you continue to give us feedback. Please see the main project page for last nights PowerPoint Presentation and let us know if you have … Continue reading

Renovation Planning Has Begun!

Thanks so much for attending the first meeting to discuss the renovation of the fields and courts at West Sunset Playground. We had a great turn out, but would really like to hear from as many of you as we can. If you have not sent in your comments to … Continue reading

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