SF Rec and Park Commission Approves Conceptual Plan!

Abigail Maher from SFRPD and Jeff Miller from Miller Company Landscape Architects presenting the proposed improvements for the Kezar Triangle before the Commissioners.

On August 7th, the SF Recreation and Park Dept Capital Committee approved the Conceptual Plan for the Kezar Triangle and then referred it for further approval by the full Committee, Thursday, August 15th in City Hall in San Francisco. It was unanimously approved again, kind words were said and now we’re on our way!

We were item #11 on the agenda – http://sfrecpark.org/wp-content/uploads/081513-commission.pdf

Next we have more meetings with the Rec and Park Dept Structural Review Department who will go over technical and planting details and if all goes well, we’ll be able to begin work in late October / early November of 2013.  The whole construction phase will involve improving the irrigation system and upgrading the trails and entry areas as well as peripheral plantings and is predicted to take 2-3 months of work.  Fingers crossed!

Thank you all for your help and support getting us to this stage.  The final design is the result of all the public and individual meetings we’ve had to date with neighbors as well as years of work with the City and community groups to make something we hope will meet everyone’s needs artfully, ecologically and effectively.

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