Twin Peaks Portola Trail completed by volunteers!

A big thank you V-O-Cal (Volunteers for Outdoor California) and to the over 150 volunteers who came out on Saturday and Sunday to complete the new Portola Trail!  Our staff received much positive feedback and many thank yous from runners, cyclists and hikers regarding the trail improvement. We are working … Continue reading

Twin Peaks TRAILS Meeting Follow-up

Last night approximately 25 community members attended a public meeting to discuss Portola Trail plans.  In addition to several of us from Rec and Park’s Capital Division and Natural Areas Program, the Executive Director from V-O-Cal (Volunteers from Outdoor California) was on hand to answer questions and address concerns from … Continue reading

Community Meeting to Discuss Plans for New Portola Trail along Twin Peaks Boulevard

Join us for a meeting to discuss future trails improvements at Twin Peaks.  At this meeting we will focus primarily on plans for the new Portola Trail, the “Peaks” portion of the “Creeks to Peaks/” Glen Canyon to Twin Peaks trail connection.  This is a follow-up to meetings held in … Continue reading

Progress with brush clearing along Twin Peaks Boulevard

The brush clearing maintenance work that the San Francisco Conservation Corps is doing along Twin Peaks Boulevard is nearly complete.  Our staff have been actively monitoring this work.  This is a progress picture taken September 4, 2013.  The Corps has removed garbage in addition to weeds. Rec and Park is … Continue reading

SF Conservation Corps to begin preparation work for new trail Aug. 8

We are excited to report that we are beginning Phase I of the Twin Peaks Trails Improvement Project.  Phase I is part of our “Creeks to Peaks” initiative to connect Glen Canyon with Twin Peaks.  Beginning on August 8, the San Francisco Conservation Corps will be clearing blackberry, ivy and … Continue reading

Endangered Mission Blue Butterflies Released Atop Twin Peaks

Friday, April 22, 2011 Contact: RPD Info 415-831-2796 Endangered Mission Blue Butterflies Released Atop Twin Peaks SF Rec & Park’s groundbreaking program receives 60 more endangered butterflies SAN FRANCISCO – With U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s permission, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (RPD) successfully released a group of … Continue reading