The 1.2 acre site, on a plateau of a steep hillside, can be categorized into three levels: the upper level with the main level clubhouse and outdoor seating area; the intermediate level with the clubhouse basement and play area; and the lower level consisting of outdoor sport courts.
The project scope consisted of disability access improvements, renovation and expansion of the clubhouse, resurfacing of the courts and general site drainage improvements, creation of an outdoor deck and seating area, and a complete renovation of the playground to meet current safety and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) codes. The project also included improvements to the exterior of the facility through landscaping.
For additional information and background, visit the Recreation and Park Department website.
1960 9th Avenue
March 2003: Begin Planning Phase
Nov. 2003: Begin Design Phase
July 2007: Begin Construction Phase
September 2008: Completed and Reopened to the Public
$3.8 million. In March of 2000, San Francisco voters passed Proposition A, the Neighborhood Park Projects Bond, to allow for the financing of this rebuild through general obligation bonds.
DPW Bureau of Architecture (BOA)
DPW Bureau of Engineering (BOE)
DPW Bureau of Construction Management (BCM)
DPW Project Designer