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Mission Dolores Park
DESCRIPTION
Mission Dolores Park is a significant cultural landscape and the most intensely used park in San Francisco. RHAA led a multi-disciplinary team for a $20 million rehabilitation of the park. Character defining features of the historic landscape were preserved, and new facilities were sited to minimize impacts. Improvements included accessibility (a challenge at this hillside park), two new restrooms, a park maintenance facility tucked underneath a new sport court, and rehabilitation of the existing landscape, drainage systems, and irrigation. The project started with an intensive community participation phase, including multiple steering committee meetings, public workshops, and considerable community outreach. Gathering input and data from these dedicated community members was essential in creating a plan that received broad community support.
QUICK FACTS
  • North side of park opened June 2015, south side opened January 2016
  • Improvements included accessibility, two new restrooms, a park maintenance facility tucked underneath a new sport court, and rehabilitation of the existing landscape, drainage systems, and irrigation
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