San Francisco parks

The proposed charter amendment for Rec and Park would increase its funding by $3 million a year in the first 10 years. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

Dilapidated playground lent a friendly hand

West Portal Playground has seen better days, despite its reputation as the…

 

mike hendrickson/Special to the S.f. Examiner; courtesy San Francisco Public Library History CenterThe historic McLaren Lodge in Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park’s historic McLaren Lodge needs earthquake upgrades, but other projects take precedence

At the eastern edge of Golden Gate Park sits a Moorish-Gothic structure…

 

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerChristine Svanemyr

San Francisco city gardener faces felony charges in death case

Thomas Burnoski, the city employee who allegedly ran over and killed a…

 

If the park closure proposal becomes law

San Francisco park closure proposal moves forward

Time may be running out to legally enjoy San Francisco’s city parks…

If the park closure proposal becomes law
Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerRalph Burgin of the Cliff House carries a box of fresh seafood for donation. The Cliff House sits on national parkland.

Cliff House in San Francisco becomes latest government shutdown casualty

Crab legs peeked from the plastic tub on Ralph Burgin’s shoulder Thursday…

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerRalph Burgin of the Cliff House carries a box of fresh seafood for donation. The Cliff House sits on national parkland.
A proposed blueprint for Japantown

San Francisco playground reopens under bond project, more coming

The return of the Outer Richmond's Cabrillo Playground over the weekend is…

A proposed blueprint for Japantown

Most San Francisco parks get B-grade or better

Rated on everything from their cleanliness to the functionality of their structures,…