Designing Daggett Park

From SF Planning:

Please join us Wednesday, September 7th to help finalize the design for a new public park on the Daggett Street right-of-way. The proposed design is based on the initial design developed by the community and City staff as part of theShowplace Square Open Space Plan. Once the design is finalized and approved by the City, it is anticipated that the park will be constructed along with the new housing development on the surrounding parcels.

Click here to see the initial and proposed design.

Contact: Steve Wertheim
Emailsteve.wertheim@sfgov.org
Phone: (415) 558-6612

More infohttp://showplace.sfplanning.org

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