Say hello to the future
Located south of Bay Street between Larkin and Hyde Streets, the new Francisco Park will turn more than four acres of unused property into an expansive green space for everyone to enjoy. The San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission approved the conceptual design plan for the new Francisco Park in March of 2018. Now, fundraising to build the park is the greatest priority.
We just received a $6 million matching gift challenge from a prominent San Francisco family who wishes to remain anonymous but wants to help ensure Francisco Park is built. If we meet this challenge before it expires on January 31, 2019, we will reach our fundraising goal and construction can begin. Will you help us?
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.
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.
We are grateful to these generous community members who have taken a leadership role in supporting the new Francisco Park.
Connie Goodyear Baron
Nancy and Ed Conner
The Honorable Mark and Liz Farrell
Peter and Laura Fenton
Jeffrey Fraenkel and Alan Mark
Joan and Launce Gamble
Chris and Bradley James
Galorah Keshavarz and Ali Rowghani
Richard H. Peterson, Jr.
The new Francisco Park would not be possible without champions from city government, non-profit organizations, and the community, as well as our board members and design team.
“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
Former Mayor of San Francisco
“Contributing to a park is the one of the highest things we can do.”
“As a parent, having a park nearby brings peace of mind.”
Wu Yee Children’s Services
“I can’t think of anything better to do for young people. It’s San Francisco’s park.”
Dr. Joseph Marshall
Alive & Free youth organization
Francisco Park Conservancy is working in partnership with the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department