Located at the top of Telegraph Hill, Pioneer Park is the site of world-famous landmark Coit Tower. At 4.89 acres, Pioneer Park offers wide, breathtaking views of the city and the bay. The park space was built in 1876 to commemorate the country’s centennial anniversary.
The Recreation and Park Department and the Department of Public Works invite you to attend an Informational Meeting on the upcoming Safety Improvements to Telegraph Hill to be held on September 10th 2014 from 6 :00 to 7:30 pm at Joe DiMaggio Clubhouse, 651 Lombard Street. Please see attached invitation … Continue reading
By John Wildermuth Dab of paint by dab of paint, the $1.7 million rehabilitation of Coit Tower is moving closer to its April completion. While much of the major roofing and waterproofing work on the Telegraph Hill landmark is either done or in its final stages, a team of art restoration … Continue reading
The above image is of the tower getting prepped, by power-washing, for concrete and stucco repair. Color-matching of Historic door and window paint colors is happening along with the Art Commission survey for mural restoration. Modification to internal and external hand-rails is being completed to improve accessibility. Repair to building … Continue reading
Just a reminder, Coit Memorial Tower is officially closed today, November 18th, 2013 for rehabilitation and will remain closed until Spring 2014. Work will be restricted to regular construction hours: Monday – Friday 7:00am – 4:00pm. In the coming week the contractor will be installing a construction fence and setting … Continue reading