We want your feedback on conceptual design options for the Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan!

Dear Glen Canyon Park Stakeholders and Enthusiasts:

We want your feedback on conceptual design options for the Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan!

The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is partnering with SF Recreation & Parks to vision and design a Park Improvement Plan for Glen Canyon Park.

At the community workshop meeting held on February 24, 2011 (the third in a series of 6 meetings to come up with a park improvement plan), the design team presented conceptual design options based on what we’ve heard from you at previous meetings and focus groups.  The options are meant to generate discussion, and your feedback will be incorporated into a preferred option that will be presented in the next workshop.

We want your feedback on the options!  We have posted images of the options on the Glen Canyon Park page of RecPark’s website. http://sfrecpark.org/documents/2011-02-24Options.pdf In giving feedback, focus on the components of each option.  Rather than selecting one option over another, evaluate the pros and cons of elements in each option, and remember that components of each option can be mixed and matched.  We have attached a document to this post (word and pdf) with questions that you can use to help structure your feedback.

Give us your comments by March 10 !  The best way to give feedback is to email or phone project managers Karen Mauney-Brodek ( karen.mauney-brodek@sfgov.org , 415.575.5601) or Alejandra Chiesa ( alejandra.chiesa@tpl.org , 415.800.5303).  You can also mail written comments to The Trust for Public Land, Alejandra Chiesa, 101 Montgomery Street, Suite 1100, San Francisco, CA 94104.

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