We have a Glen Canyon Improvement Plan

Dear Glen Canyon Park Community,
Thank you for your committed participation in the Glen Canyon Park Improvement Plan process.
After 9 community workshops, 8 focus group meetings with city agencies, officials, and community groups, and hundreds of correspondences with dedicated park-goers and experts, we have a Park Improvement Plan with associated costs and phasing. The intent of this plan is not only to guide short and long term improvements to the park, but also to serve as a fund-raising tool.
If you would like to see the details of the final draft Park Improvement Plan, and to learn more about the next steps for the project and how you can keep being involved, please visithttp://sfrecpark.org/glenparkproject.aspx.  Under “Maps & Designs” you will find the drawings and presentations.
Thanks again,
Alejandra Chiesa
Project Manager — Parks for People
The Trust for Public Land
101 Montgomery Street, 11th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104
Direct: (415) 800.5303
Main: (415) 495.5660
Project Background:

The 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond dedicated $5.8 million to improving Glen Canyon Park. SF Recreation & Parks (RPD) is partnering with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) to design and prioritize a park improvement plan at Glen Canyon Park.  For more information about the process, please visit http://sfrecpark.org/glenparkproject.aspx or contact Karen Mauney-Brodek (karen.mauney-brodek@sfgov.org, 415.575.5601, or Alejandra Chiesa (alejandra.chiesa@tpl.org,  415.800.5303).


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