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Some bad news for the pups of Alamo Square Park: both an official and an ad-hoc dog water station were destroyed.
The fences have come down, and the park is open once again to locals and photo-hungry visitors alike.
Prepare your selfies: after a few delays, local and tourist favorite Alamo Square Park is finally set to open next week.
Start gathering your gear: Alamo Square is finally reopening.
For those of you already anticipating your vernal outfits for the reopening day of Alamo Square Park, we've got some bad news.
After foiling Animal Care & Control officers multiple times, the escape artist has been captured.
A hearty patch of grass is now available to Painted Ladies visitors.
The majority of the park is still slated to reopen in late winter.
"Finally laying new sod at Alamo Square Park!" reports tipster Deirdre C., who snapped this photo and passed it along to us via our new SMS tipline.
The Alamo Square Neighborhood Association raised over $130,000 to plant the new trees.
The park's renovation is now at the 50 percent completion mark, but some new factors will slightly delay its opening.
Only a few weeks after tourists made a hole in the Alamo Square fence to get better Painted Ladies photos, it's been breached again—this time by high winds, which knocked a large section down.
The neighborhood has donated $50,000 to plant more than 150 trees in Alamo Square, with another $50,000 in ASNA matching funds. Donations are still being collected to plant more trees down the line.