After much public comment on last year’s most official unofficial holiday in the Haight, and a round of inquiry from residents this year, Supervisor Breed’s office is preparing a plan for this year’s festivities.
Do you have an interest in shaping the future of the Panhandle Park? This month you have a chance to help decide what happens to it.
While the law will effect the entire city, its impact may be felt pretty acutely in the Haight. Supervisor Breed spoke out in an op-ed for the SF Bay Guardian. Mary Howe of HYA spoke out to us. Here’s what … Continue reading
In a move that would potentially impact the Haight heavily, a Board of Supervisors subcommittee put forward new city legislation that would close city parks from midnight to 5 AM, with a $100 violation penalty.
Flickr/edwardhblake There are some changes in the works for San Francisco’s Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum.
This Saturday from 9 to 12 noon, help clean up our park at Alvord Lake.
Last summer we reported on the possibility of a semi-permanent bike rental unit to be installed at the Alvord Lake entrance to Golden Gate Park.
Last fall, we announced the city’s Public Realm Plan for the Haight, a push to clean up, improve and re-envision the neighborhood. Now, we’re back with a progress report. (Hint: things are moving along, and the city wants feedback from … Continue reading
Cole Valley might be getting a parklet! The Ice Cream Bar is applying for one. Here’s where you come in.
We know, we know: we promised a photo competition. And that’s still coming. But first, we want to provide a follow-up to yesterday’s story.