Dolores Park Rehabilitation Project Steering Committee Working to Ensure Everyone has a Voice in the Park’s Future

The Dolores Park Rehabilitation Project Steering Committee met on Thursday night to prepare for the project’s kickoff workshop on June 2nd.  The Steering Committee includes representatives of over 20 park and neighborhood organizations, local businesses and park user groups—from Dolores Park Works and Dolores Park Dogs to the Mission Dolores and Liberty Hill Neighborhood Associations to Bi-Rite Market and the Dolores Park Cafe to the San Francisco Bike Coalition and San Francisco Mime Troup.

On Tuesday night, the Steering Committee focused on developing a workshop that would give everyone an opportunity to have a voice in planning the rehabilitation of the park. Members reworked the agenda and materials to ask several key questions:

  • What do you love about Dolores Park?
  • What do you think works well and should not be changed?
  • What do you think should be the top priorities for rehabilitation?

Over the coming week, the committee will be focused on inviting everyone to attend the workshop.  Please pass the word and join the effort.

The workshop will be held Thursday, June 2 from 6:30-8:30 in the Mission High School Cafeteria, just across the street from the park at 3750 18th St.  Universal access to the meeting room is available through the Cafeteria Entrance located on the west side of Dolores St. just north of 18th St.  This entrance will be clearly marked the night of the gathering.  The workshop will be held in Spanish and English and all materials will be translated. 

For more information please click on the link below, or call Jake Gilchrist, Project Manager, at 415-581-2561 or Steve Rasmussen Cancian, a member of the project design team, at 415-409-1814.