2008 Clean & Safe Neighborhood Parks bond.

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Published by City & County of San Francisco in San Francisco .

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  • Parks -- California -- San Francisco.,
  • Parks -- California -- San Francisco -- Finance.,
  • Neighborhood -- California -- San Francisco.,
  • Bonds -- California -- San Francisco.

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Other titles2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks bond, Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks bond
ContributionsSan Francisco (Calif.)
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Pagination58 p. :
Number of Pages58
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Open LibraryOL23107173M

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In February ofthe citizens of San Francisco passed Proposition A, a $ Million General Obligation Bond, known as the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

The $ million in bond funding is divided into two allocations based on the jurisdiction of the parks and facilities. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency Clean & Safe Neighborhood Parks bond by San Francisco (Calif.) Publication date Topics Parks, Parks, Neighborhoods, Bonds Publisher San Francisco: City & County of San FranciscoPages: known as the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

 The $ million in bond funding is divided into two allocations based on the jurisdiction of the parks and facilities scheduled to receive funding, with $ million committed to the Recreation and Parks Department and $M dedicated to the San Francisco Port.

The Recreation and Parks Department’s Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond Program is divided into six sub-programs. The bulk of funding (80%) is dedicated to f unding Major Capital Renovations at 12 Neighborhood Parks.

The remaining funds (20%) are divided between five City. In addition to neighborhood parks, the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond also features: x$ million for Neighborhood Park Restroom Repairs, Construction, Program.

Many of the city’s park restrooms are in a state of severe dilapidation; some bathrooms require replacement, others require repairs, and some parks need restrooms. In February of the citizens of San Francisco passed Proposition A, a $ million General Obligation Bond, known as the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks 2008 Clean & Safe Neighborhood Parks bond.

book. The $ million in bond funding is divided into two allocations based on the jurisdiction of the parks and facilities scheduled to receive funding, with $ million committed to the Recreation and Parks. General Obligation Bond, known as the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

• The $ in bond funding is divided into two allocations based on the jurisdiction of the parks and facilities scheduled to receive funding, with $ committed to the Recreation and Parks Department and $M dedicated to the San Francisco Port. All 13 neighborhood parks are completed and open to the public.\爀屲The only programs still to be completed are Trails and \െorestry.\爀屲Forestry has just 12% of its funds remaining.\爀屲Rec and Park staff are evaluating the remaining balance in Bond對 Trails Program and will make a plan for expenditure within this quarter.

Recreation and Park Department: Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks General Obligation Bond Funds Were Spent in Accordance With the Ballot Measure Through J To Download this file click the button: If you do not wish to download this report, please click here to return to the previous page.

Return to Main Index. Through the Park Playfield Repair and Reconstruction Program initiative, part of our Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, we are working with the City Fields Foundation to provide $ million worth of renovations and improvements to several fields.

Clean & Safe Parks Bond With the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, the City and County of San Francisco began a new era of long term, strategic, and fiscally responsible capital investment in our parks and recreation system.

that projects from the Clean andhborhoodSafe Neig Parks Bond remain on or under budget, and that all projects identified in that bond will be delivered. The San Francisco Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond will build on that successful precedent. Published on The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department proudly celebrated the reopening of Cayuga Playground, which recently underwent a $ million renovation under the The Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks bond gave Dolores Park a Million dollar renovation.

Some of the improvements included new restrooms with. A Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond Project Community Meeting #2 Septem District Supervisor Eric Mar Paulina Araica, Project Manager Andy Maloney, Architect Jasmine Kaw, Landscape Architect.

Existing Site & Neighborhood Context Cabrillo Street Upper Playground Lawn Fulton Street Residential Use Lower. The grants, part of the Clean and Safe Neighborhoods Parks Bond, helps residents or local groups initiate improvements by combining the public funds with matching private gifts or.

Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond Management Review: 8/16/ San Francisco County Jail Needs Assessment: 8/5/ Controller's Office Government Barometer – Quarter 4, Fiscal Year 7/15/ Juvenile Probation Department: Log Cabin Ranch Cost Benefit Analysis: 7/1/ City Services Auditor Annual Work Plan for Fiscal Year.

to investments from the Clean & Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, RPD’s Community Opportunity Fund, and private contributions via “Friends of” playground groups. SFPA contributed to these investments by leading a public education campaign in support of the Bond.

All told, twelve playgrounds were renovated under the Bond. This event celebrated one of the many completed park and playground renovations from the voter-backed Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

Category Nonprofits & Activism. Clean & Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond. The Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond will: • Fix and improve park restrooms citywide • Eliminate serious earthquake safety risk in neighborhood and waterfront park facilities • Renovate parks and playgrounds in poor physical condition • Replace dilapidated playfields.

Bond ____. Park Forestry Program: Funding Proposed ballot measure Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond would provide $4 Million Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond-$4 Million The Department received a $, grant from California Department of Forestiy and Fire Protection towards assessment work a Eon 4.

Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond: San Franciscans need to know the facts. By Jeffrey Leibovitz October 3, I am offering a few words to your readers about the proposed $ million Park bond measure set to go on the February ballot if. Sunset Recreation Center Reopens. thanks to the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond.

San Francisco Recreation & Parks Zumba Party 10/2/ - Duration. After completing extensive community outreach to determine the scope of improvements at Glen Canyon, the project to be funded by the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, Neighborhood Parks Project will focus on the following areas: a larger welcoming entry with a vehicular drop-off on Elk Street, a pedestrian path and landscaping, a new expanded children's playground, and new tennis courts.

With our partnership with Trust For Public Land and aid from the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond we were able to accomplish a safe, fun. The term “Act” as used herein means the Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks and Coastal Protection Bond Act of The term “CEQA” as used herein means the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Section et.

seq.; Ti California Code of Regulations Section et. seq. • Approved in FebruaryThe Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks (CSNP) bond Authorized $ million for parks and open spaces across three components. • Neighborhood Parks - $ million • Citywide Programs- $ million • Waterfront Parks- $ million • The Waterfront Parks component is led by the Port of San Francisco.

The. After a $21 million renovation as part of the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, the center is set to reopen as the new Betty Ann Ong. Fund Code Fund Actual * Estimated * Proposed * General Fund: $1, $19, $20, Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond.

6 San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond - Planning Report, Octoberpp. 7 San Francisco Planning Department, General Plan Recreation and Open Space Element, see Policy and Figure 2: Public Open Space Service Areas.

16 "City and County of San Francisco General Obligation Bonds (Clean and Safe Neighborhood 17 Parks Bonds, ), Series C," for the purposes set forth in the Bond Election Ordinance 18 and Proposition B approved by the voters at the Bond Election.

19 The Director of Public Finance of the City or designee thereof (the "Director of Public. The and Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks bonds — together worth $ million — have ushered in a decade of improvements to more than 27 parks and playgrounds.

The project was funded by a $, grant from the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks bond, and another $55, in discretionary funding from former district Supervisor John Avalos.

The $ million Glen Canyon Park Playground improvements were funded by the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, with additional support from The Trust for Public Land and the California Coastal Conservancy.

More recently, more than 72 percent of San Francisco voters supported the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, which. The majority of these projects were funded by the or San Francisco Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, the more recent of which was.

SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS, CLEAN WATER, CLEAN AIR, AND COASTAL PROTECTION (VILLARAIGOSA-KEELEY ACT) FINANCE COMMITTEE Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of (The Villaraigosa-Keeley Act) State Treasurer’s Office Conference Room Capitol Mall Sacramento, California J AM.

Our favorite hidden parks of San Francisco more than $7 million from the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond was spent to revamp the. the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks General Obligation Bond.

The concept design is illustrated in Exhibit 2, Heron’s Head Park Improvement Concept Design, Exhibit 3, Heron’s Head Park Concept Design Perspective Rendering, and Exhibit 4, Heron’s Head Park Concept, Representative Material Samples. Community Design Review Process.

In Marchthe San Francisco Recreation & Park Department began a two-stage $ million renovation project made possible by the Clean & Safe Park Neighborhood Bond to upgrade the park. Community-driven meetings lead to the conceptual design of the improvement : acres ( ha). Community feedback and outreach played a crucial part in the success of the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond and we are building on that successful framework.

Approved by % of San Francisco voters, the bond has helped to address the more than $1 billion in capital needs faced by the city's park system by implementing $. 5. Consideration of Resolution XXIII under the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of (the Villaraigosa-Keeley Act), authorizing the issuance of State of California Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Refunding Bonds in the Aggregate Principal Amount.8 Bonds (Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bonds, ), Series B," and "City and 9 County of San Francisco General Obligation Bonds (Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks: 10 Bonds, ), Series (Federally Taxable Build America Bonds)," for the purposes 11 set forth in the Bond Ordinance and Proposition A approved by the voters on.

The renovation, paid for by the Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, will take the park into the future. The acre space was designed in and .

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