...for earning the prestigious Good Government Award from SPUR.
Mar 17, 2014
At our community workday last Saturday March 8, a bunch of new plants provided by SF Rec and Park were ready for planting into our rain garden (a variety of California native plants) and around the perimeter of the playground (different exotic plants). The western end of the playground, in particular, got a thorough re-planting in order to create a planting design that should be pleasant year-round. At the end of the workday, many other people from the community gathered to learn about and offer input into plans that are being prepared for submission to the Community Opportunity Fund. The plans respond to requests for capital improvements in the park such as an improved pathway, more benches, and better signage.
|Max lays out new plants for planting in the rain garden|
|The western edge of the playground got a complete re-planting|
|Beneath the big eucalyptus behind the restrooms, volunteers spread mulch and raked leaves from the grass|
|Volunteers swept sand and leaves from the playground boardwalk|
|Mike makes comments on the big, beautiful renderings prepared to show ideas for the new proposal|