Here's a photo of work underway today in the Panhandle: our southeast entrance, where the path winds through a cluster of redwood trees, is being repaired! Workers have dug out the bed of the pedestrian path, for a distance of about 30 feet, extending all the way to the corner at Baker Street. So far they have reinstalled a the loose rock foundation and so it looks like they will repave and reopen the path soon. For many years, the path there has been wavy and cracked (and prone to standing water). Big tripping hazard.
You can see the improvements yourself if you join us on Saturday for our monthly Panhandle community workday. Expect some awesome fall weather and lots of friendly neighbors. See you at 9am, meeting up at the playground, near where Ashbury Street joins the Panhandle.