Glen Park Festival SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2015

Glen Park Festival Planning Committee

P.O. Box 318134

San Francisco, CA 94131


Press Release

Release Immediately



17th Annual

Glen Park Festival

SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2015

10AM to 4:30PM


Glen Park will be holding its annual Festival on April 26th this year from

10AM to 4:30PM on Diamond Street.


San Francisco, California –The Glen Park Festival Planning Committee is pleased to announce that the annual festival will be held on April 26th of this year!


The festival takes place in the heart of Glen Park on Diamond Street between Bosworth and Chenery. The local BART station is a block away – no need to drive!


Celebrate Spring, enjoy local food, discover local artists, dance to live music, and unearth new gems from local vendors at this all-day event. Libations will be served in the Beer Garden (adults only).


This is a family friendly event with a visit from the local Fire Department, the Tooth Fairy, and plenty of interactive games and crafts. Plus TWO bouncy houses!


Proceeds support local schools in the Glen Park Area such as Saint Paul’s School, Glenridge Co-op Nursery School, Fairmont Elementary, to name a few. Glen Park is a tight knit community of people who love helping their neighbors.


Please come out to support the festival and get acquainted with this charming neighborhood located at the city’s edge!


We look forward to seeing you there!


Glen Park Festival Planning Committee



Rebecca Murray Metzger, Festival Chairperson

(415) 596-6948

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Glen Canyon TRAILS construction progress update

Glen Canyon TRAILS construction progress update
Dear Neighbors and Folks Interested in Glen Canyon TRAILS Improvement Project,
Please see construction update below.
These updates will also appear on the blog of our project page ( by April 1 or April 2.
General Construction Timeline
·         We anticipate that the Glen Canyon TRAILS Improvement Project will be completed by late April/ early May latest and will send updates on opening celebration as soon as we have details.  Thank you for your patience as we dealt with some challenging weather and technical engineering difficulties.
Wayfinding and Interpretive Signage
·         New TRAILS signage, mounted in sign frames to match other completed Trails Project sites includes the following
o   Posts at key intersections with small way finding placards with new trail names and distances to rec center/ Portola/ Christopher Playground
o   New map/ entrance signs (4) near key entrances
o   New interpretive signs along trails
§  Islais Creek (2)
§  Grassland Community
§  Coastal Scrub
§  History
Entry, parking and trail between Bosworth and Silver Tree
·         Retaining walls and guardrail just south of Silver Tree completed
·         New trail reroute and small retaining wall at trail fork
·         New ADA parking stall and entry at Bosworth in progress (see construction drawing attached)
·         New improved/ delineated trail corridor between Silver Tree and creek: contractor to install log edging uphill of trail week of 4/6
·         Contractor finalizing special trail stabilization that makes this our ADA outdoor accessible trail
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New safer, more sustainable trail on the steep part of the east slope of the Canyon
·         2 new sets of “stringer steps” connected by a landing
·         New box steps
·         Neighbors may have noticed a black plastic tube installed temporarily from this construction site down to Alms Road.  The Contractor was using this as a “chute” for collecting and repurposing rock excavated for the steps to reinforce the trail and provide good drainage between Bosworth and Silver Tree
·         There is also one more small retaining wall being installed toward the back of the Canyon this week
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Creeks to Peaks Connection on SFUSD Property between Glen Canyon and Twin Peaks:
Phase 1:
Design connector trail alignment and clear rough path from the bridge on RPD property up to Portola Ave: COMPLETED
Phase 2:
Host V-O-Cal volunteer event: this is a large scale trail building volunteer group that will camp in the canyon and work on trail projects over the weekend of July 18-19. This event should complete most of the trail bed/corridor finish work.  Neighbors and folks interested in participating in that event can find more information and register (as we get closer to July) at
Phase 3:
Contractor will install box steps on the steep section of the trail (close to Portola Ave) and install signage: Fall/Winter 2015 (this is separate from the current contract work for the Glen Canyon TRAILS Improvement Project as it is not on RPD property)
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Melinda Stockmann
Project Manager, Trails Improvement Program
Community Gardens Program Manager
San Francisco Recreation & Park Department  | Capital Improvement Division
City & County of San Francisco  | 30 Van Ness Avenue, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 581.2548  |
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Glen Park Association Quarterly Meeting – April 1, 2015

Join us for a social hour at 6:30 p.m. with refreshments, at the Glen Park Recreation Center. 

Meetings are open to all, but we will be happy to sign you up or renew your membership in the Glen Park Association.

With the boomlet in remodeling and other residential construction in Glen Park, Planning Department staff will describe how projects are reviewed, design guidelines, neighborhood notification, public hearings and appeals. If you want to keep up with Glen Park development questions, this is the place to start.

Agenda will start at 7:00 p.m.

Neighborhood updates
District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener
Captain McFadden, SFPD Ingleside District


SF Department of Emergency Management presentation and Q&A on personal preparedness, and how the community can share resources, communicate, and educate themselves for any type of emergency.

SF Planning Department presentation and Q&A on residential development review processes, Planning Code requirements, and community input steps.

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