SF Chronicle: Dolores Park Renovation

Slack Lining at Dolores Park

By John Wildermuth (Photo via sfgate.com)

The thousands of visitors who cover just about every inch of lawn at Dolores Park on sunny weekends will have to squeeze a little closer for the next 14 months.

The Mission District park, one of the city’s busiest and most popular recreation sites, is closing half of its 16 acres this month as part of a two-phase, $13.2 million makeover designed to bring the park, which was designed in 1905, into the future.


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