Recreation And Park Department
Pot enthusiasts packed San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park on Saturday for an unofficial celebration of marijuana, leaving behind a mess that city officials now say cost more than $15,000 to clean up.
A delicious tradition continues Tuesday with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream shops throughout the Bay Area and beyond giving away free scoops…
A plan to spend $1.7 million to fix up Coit Tower and restore its Great Depression-era murals has not derailed the campaign to create a dedicated source of funding for the landmark’s upkeep.
With spring around the corner, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department has introduced a free shuttle ride for the public to use at the city’s Golden Gate Park on weekends and holidays, park officials announced Friday.
The second phase of the reconstruction of one of San Francisco’s two Golden Gate Park historic windmills wrapped up Monday when a copper dome was placed on the top by a giant crane.
One example can be found at the abandoned 19th Street street car station in the city’s Dolores Park.
A ballot measure to block San Francisco from raising or adding fees at its parks has sparked a passionate debate about how the city will fund park facilities without unduly restricting public access.
The current operator of the Stow Lake boathouse has been asked to leave by the end of the month so the new vendor can begin to move in.