Potrero Hill Recreation Center is located at 801 Arkansas Street. The park is approximately 455,000 square feet and includes playfields, tennis courts, dog play area, playground and a recreation center.
The proposed project may include improvements to the natural turf playfields and the dog play area.
The project is being funded by the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks GO Bond at $4 million. Lighting for the on-site Walking School Bus Route at $180K is funded by Eastern Neighborhoods Impact Fees.
Project is expected to be completed in spring 2019.
SAN FRANCISCO – Revamped athletic fields, new sports equipment, improved lighting and accessible pathways were among the major improvements unveiled by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department today at the Potrero Hill Recreation Center. The $5.5 million renovation also included a new irrigation system, new landscaping, concrete retaining walls, … Continue reading
Construction activity at Potrero Hill Recreation Center playfields and lower level dog play area is scheduled to begin in mid-August 2018. Construction Notification Banners were posted on site in June 2018 providing information as shown below. Progress updates will be provided throughout the construction duration. Thank for your collaboration and … Continue reading
Potrero Hill Recreation Center Project includes the renovation of the natural turf playfields, improvements to the lower level dog play area, and pedestrian lighting at the on-site pathway for the Walking School Bus Route. The 5.4 Million project budget is funded by the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond … Continue reading
Please join us to review the proposed concept design of the playfield and dog park area at Potrero Hill Rec Center. Meeting details: Thursday, June 16, 2016 Potrero Hill Rec Center 801 Arkansas Street 6:00PM-7:30PM … Continue reading
As part of the 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, Potrero Hill Rec Center was allocated $4 Million; the proposed project may include improvements to the natural turf playfields and the … Continue reading