New park information signs were installed at Noe Courts today thanks to a generous donation by the Friends of Noe Courts! Thank you!
I’m happy to announce that Noe Courts will be open on Friday, May 12! The park is nearly complete with the courts being striped right now, followed by the installation of a new tennis net. Over the next few weeks while the paint cures, the Recreation and Park Department will … Continue reading
The recent warm and sunny weather finally allowed us to proceed with paving the new tennis and basketball courts! This has been a much anticipated milestone as we near the completion of the Noe Courts renovation. As you may have noted from recent SF Chronicle reporting, the project opening has been … Continue reading
The “no mow” lawn area by the 24th street entrance was planted this week at Noe Courts. This blend of native grass covers the small sloped area by the park entrance and will require minimal maintenance and less water use than a traditional, mowed lawn. Two fruitless olive trees, which complement … Continue reading
The contractor has completed construction of the new ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant ramp, which leads from the playground up to the restroom. This ramp provides a very gently sloping path of travel across the lawn to the upper level of the site. New retaining walls, including the curved … Continue reading
Hello! I’d like to introduce myself as the new project manager for the Noe Courts Park Improvement Project. Construction is approaching the halfway point and the contractor is currently completing the wall terraces before starting the construction of the new accessible ramp leading to the restroom. An advisory was posted … Continue reading
The Recreation and Park Department is pleased to report that the renovation of the Noe Courts restroom is now complete. These restrooms are now open! Each restroom has been converted to single-occupancy units for wheelchair accessibility. Water-saving fixtures and lighting were updated while maintaining the historic character of the building. The renovation … Continue reading
In June 2015, the Recreation and Park Commission approved a renovation plan to improve lawn drainage and walkway, wheelchair-accessible ramp between the playground and restrooms, terraced seating, site furnishings and landscaping. These improvements are made possible through the Community Opportunity Fund and Restroom Program of the 2008 Park Bond. The project … Continue reading
On May 15, 2014, the Recreation and Park Commission approved a park improvement plan that would create a people-only lawn area adjacent to the children’s playground. The Friends of Noe Courts Park is applying for a Community Opportunity Fund grant to complete the improvement plan in its entirety. With full … Continue reading
The City hosted four (4) community meetings to develop plan options based on public input through community discussions and written comments. These community meetings were well-attended by a broad representation of park users, including young families, seniors, dog owners, and tennis advocates. We appreciate your time and interest in the future of Noe Courts … Continue reading
Please Join Us! The Recreation and Park Department invites you to participate in the fourth and final community meeting to discuss future capital improvements for Noe Courts Park. Noe Courts Park is … Continue reading
Thank you for taking your relaxing Saturday morning to join us, we had a very good discussion on the project and will present the new plan to the community. Your voices have been heard and we are taking all of the comments we have received so far and will modify … Continue reading
Thank you, neighbors of Noe Courts Park, for participating in the second community meeting to develop a park improvement plan. 40+ participants attended the meeting to review concept plan options, break out into smaller discussion groups, and finally summarized the group discussions. The next park improvement plan is scheduled for … Continue reading
The meeting will be held again at St. Philip’s Church Parish Hall at 725 Diamond Street (between 24th/Elizabeth Streets).