Per Urban Greening Grant requirements, site furnishings that were removed from the parking lot and pocket park at the Noe Valley Town Square site will be reused (vast majority) or recycled. Site furnishings to be reused include banner poles, benches, seats and trash cans, as shown below.
The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) is working with the Recreation and Park Department and residents of Noe Valley to commission an artwork for the new Noe Valley Town Square that will inspire and engage residents and visitors and enhance their connection to recreation and to the neighborhood. The artist … Continue reading
The third meeting of the Schlage Lock Parks Design Review Advisory Panel will be held Saturday, October 24, 2015, 10:00am-12:00pm, in the Visitacion Valley Library Community Room (201 Leland Ave). At this meeting the panel and community will discuss revised designs of the two proposed parks based on input from the … Continue reading
We wanted to invite you to an upcoming Task Force Meeting regarding upcoming planning for the new addition to the India Basin shoreline – 900 Innes. Learn more and share your ideas. Please see the meeting details below: Thursday August 27 2:30 – 5:30 pm Our Lady of Lourdes Church … Continue reading
About In order to meet the growing need for open space in San Francisco, RPD continues to acquire new parks. With the help of the voter-approved Proposition C: the Open Space Fund, … Continue reading
NOE VALLEY TOWN SQUARE – FUTURE PARK SITE The proposal to establish Noe Valley Town Square evolved through more than four years of collaboration between RPD, the community group Residents for Noe … Continue reading
The first meeting of the Schlage Lock Parks Design Review Advisory Panel will be held Saturday, July 25, 2015, 12:00-1:00pm, in the Visitacion Valley Library Community Room. This meeting will follow a meeting hosted by the Schlage Lock Development project sponsor regarding the design of the proposed buildings. The building design … Continue reading