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Posted on: May 14, 2020

SF Examiner: Proposed November Bond Measure Would Invest $200 Million in Parks

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From connecting the community to a clean, restored shoreline in the Bayview to providing safe plazas, recreation centers and gathering spaces for families in SOMA, Visitacion Valley and the Western Addition, a proposed bond for the November ballot would invest $200 million in parks. The plan is part of the $438.5 million 2020 Health and Recovery Bond! Read more courtesy of the San Francisco Examiner here.  

In addition, if you have a moment, we would like to ask for your feedback and insight into our parks. This short survey will give us an understanding of what is important to you and your community: The survey will be up until late-May. Together we can shape the future of our parks! For a video presentation about our 2020 Parks Bond, click here.

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