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SAY HELLO TO THE NEW

Francisco Park

Photo by Miegan Riddle

Photo by Miegan Riddle

Opening late 2020...

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TRANSFORMING THE OLD

Francisco Reservoir

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Photo by Miegan Riddle

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BUILDING A PARK

For New Generations

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Photo by Miegan Riddle

Photo by Miegan Riddle

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REVITALIZING SAN FRANCISCO

Local Flora and Habitat

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Photo by Miegan Riddle

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NATIONAL BENCHMARK FOR SUSTAINABILITY

Rainwater Catchment System

Photo by Helen Hilton Raiser

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Photo by Miegan Riddle

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JOIN A HARD HAT TOUR

Our Supporters and Friends

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Photo by Miegan Riddle

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Support Francisco Park

After raising more than $22 million in contributions and pledges from hundreds of community members and organizations, construction began in July of 2019! We are still working hard to fundraise an additional $3.5 million to preserve a few key features of the park, opening in late 2020.

THANK YOU

Video Overview

The City of San Francisco has given the community a unique opportunity to transform the unused Francisco Reservoir site into a brand new public park overlooking some of the most famous scenery in the world. Watch this short video to learn the history, latest news, and how you can get involved.

Mission

We believe parkland is essential to the health of this city: its people, its plants, and its animals. We believe this new city park will become an oasis of natural beauty and stunning vistas, protected for generations.

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Approved Conceptual Design

After extensive community outreach, we arrived on a conceptual design which incorporates native plants and trees, as well as an ADA-accessible pathway linking features including a central green lawn, children’s playground, fenced dog-run, community garden, and view terraces.

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Meet Our Team

Project News

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Francisco Park Conservancy is working in partnership with the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department