The 2012 Parks Bond will focus on renovating and improving parks to respond to our neighborhoods’ and users’ needs. The Bond will specifically enhance natural features at Lake Merced. $2 million has been allocated from the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond for the Lake Merced Project, as well as a $1M California Natural Resources Agency Grant secured by California Assemblymen Phil Ting.
Approval of the concept design for the Lake Merced Trail & Restroom project will now be presented at the June Capital Committee meeting on June 5, 2019. This item was originally intended for the May meeting but has been rescheduled as we await determination on the project’s Environmental Application.
Thank you to everyone who attended the fourth community meeting on the evening of April 1st. The conceptual design will now be presented to the Recreation and Park Capital Committee on May 1, 2019 and then advanced to the Full Commission for approval on May 15, 2019.
April 1, 2019 at 6pm in the Lake Merced Boathouse, 1 Harding Road
A 4th community meeting will be held for the Lake Merced 2012 bond project at the Lake Merced Boathouse on Monday, April 1st 2019 at 6pm. The Boathouse location can be seen … Continue reading
The project design team has been working throughout Fall 2018 to advance the design as discussed at the last community meeting. This includes material and geotechnical investigation of the perimeter trail, tree assessments around Lake Merced, and coordination with PG&E regarding the electrical service required for a new restroom. A … Continue reading
A community meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 6pm in the Lake Merced Boat House. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the scope of improvements proposed for the recreational spaces around Lake Merced, made possible through a combination of California Natural Resources Agency General … Continue reading
We had great turn-out for the second Lake Merced Improvement Project community meeting on 1/12/17. Thank you to everyone for your constructive feedback and support for the project. Among the potential scope elements we discussed were improvements to the perimeter path and fitness equipment, environmental and erosion control issues, and … Continue reading