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Community members gathered Thursday to dedicate Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center's newly renovated Tina Keker Playground, a.k.a. the former TEL HI Playground.
The park was shut down for six months in 2019 to overhaul its drainage system, but its main lawn is still having water problems.
SF Rec & Park gave North Beach neighbors an early holiday surprise, completing work a few weeks ahead of schedule.
A new weekly pop-up park in North Beach aims to provide a community gathering space while the neighborhood’s largest park is under renovation.
Most of Washington Square Park will be off-limits this summer to allow for renovations aimed at reducing the site’s water usage.
After finding success in the Richmond and Sunset, cleanup efforts are shifting east.
Dog advocates said the recent meeting about the playground wasn't the right forum, but they hope to be included in further discussions about finding a dog play place.
Citing a lack of space for pooches to play in North Beach (and all of District 3), advocates are seeking a dog play area or dog park in Washington Square—or beyond.
Named after a celebrated local poet, this park offers some of the best views in the city.
This is the third fallen tree on Columbus Avenue we've reported on in the past five months.
The program, spearheaded by Supervisor Eric Mar, is installing 100 drinking fountains and bottle fillers across the city.
Neighbors angry about the closure of Vallejo for the Poets Plaza peppered Angela Alioto with questions on everything from traffic congestion to safety issues.
The anticipated reopening brought shrieks of joy from children on the new play equipment as neighbors greeted each other and talked.