Meet Your Partner: Neighborhood Parks Council from NENtv on Vimeo. Every year, the Community Challenge Grant Program awards thousands of dollars for community improvement projects throughout the city. One of the driving forces that helps grant recipients see their project through is the assistance of groups like the Neighborhood Park Council which serves as a fiscal and organizational partner in the community. Join Neighborhood Park Council Executive Director Meredith Thomas [...]Read more ›
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Happy New Year! We are pleased to announce the second of four Park Town Halls . We invite you to join us on Saturday, January 29, 2011 from 10am to noon atSoMA Gene Friend Recreation Center to share your thoughts and potential solutions with city decision makers regarding your parks! This meeting will be citywide in scope and will help to inform park budget decisions that are on the horizon. [...]Read more ›
When I first moved to San Francisco in 2008, I thought that no one here worked and instead spent every day either in the park or in the streets celebrating any number of things. It was the beginning of summer, and street festivals and events in parks were just getting underway. Bay to Breakers had just happened, and it seemed as though everyone was outside all the time. I loved [...]Read more ›
If you were to visit one new park in San Francisco each week, it would take you approximately four and a half years to complete the task. Yes folks, our beautiful city is dotted by about 240 pieces of open space. Like our cityâ€™s neighborhoods, these parks are diverse, appealing, experience challenges, and most of all have the support of thousands of dedicated neighbors and volunteers. The Neighborhood Parks Council [...]Read more ›