Angelo J. Rossi Playground is located at the corner of Anza Street and Arguello Boulevard. The approximately 300,000 square foot park has a large lawn area for baseball and other field sports, children’s play area, pool building, maintenance building, and sport courts; this project entails renovating only the pool building.
The proposed project may include the renovation of the pool, pool building, and maintenance storage facility, improved park accessibility, and related amenities.
PROPOSED PHASE BUDGET
$8.2 Million has been allocated from the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.
The renovation is set to begin in fall 2018. In the meantime please visit one of the other pools.
Planning for the Rossi Pool renovation is moving along as the design team completes construction documents. We intend to put the project out to bid later this year – 2018. The department anticipates keeping the pool and programming open through the fall, and we expect to close for construction late … Continue reading
On Tuesday June 6th we held the final community meeting for the development of the Rossi Pool Renovation concept design. Thank you to the many dedicated swimmers who attended the meeting to provide their support for the project and give valuable feedback to the design team. The final concept design … Continue reading
The Recreation & Park Department is pleased to announce the fourth community meeting for the Rossi Pool Renovation Project, funded by the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond. Thank you to … Continue reading
Thank you to the community members who attended our project meeting on January 18th, we had a great turnout and received valuable feedback. We look forward to continuing our work with the community to finalize the concept plan. Please see a PDF copy of the presentation under Documents & Materials … Continue reading
The Recreation & Parks Department is pleased to announce the third community meeting for the Rossi Pool Renovation Project, funded by the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond. Thank you to … Continue reading
The San Francisco Arts Commission is working with the Recreation and Parks Department to commission a signature artwork piece for the renovated Rossi Pool that will inspire and engage the pool’s users and enhance their connection to recreation and to the neighborhood. The art opportunity will be installed in the … Continue reading