Dear park advocates, we have all worked long hours, attended many meetings, wrote letters and picked up trash. It is time to pause, reflect and celebrate a new beginning for Dolores Park.
Please join Supervisor Scott Wiener, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department GM Phil Ginsburg, Dolores Park Works and park advocates for a groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of Dolores Park.
Come on out before the fence goes up!
Saturday, March 1st, 2014
9:00 a.m. – The Dolores Park Volunteers and DPWorks will rake hipster hill on last time before the dust flies. This will be our moment to thank you, the neighbors, merchants, friends and supporters of Dolores. Coffee and pastry from Dolores Park Cafe.
10:00 a.m. – Welcome Remarks and Groundbreaking Ceremony.
For nearly a century San Franciscans have enjoyed the 13.7-acres of recreational opportunities provided by Mission Dolores Park. To help keep up with the use of the park and make much-needed infrastructure improvements, San Francisco voters approved the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, a $185 million general obligation bond that includes bond funding to improve Mission Dolores Park. The South-end (tennis courts to the Clubhouse) will be the half of a two-phase construction process.