Restore and improve Buena Vista Park
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Restore and improve Buena Vista Park

    1. Petition by

      Friends of Buena Vista Park

Buena Vista Park is San Francisco's first neighborhood park and the third largest park in the system.  It is currently overwhelmed with vagrant camping, creating huge litter, health hazards, soil erosion and vegetation damage.  In addition, there is a long-deferred need for forest management and fire hazard reduction.  Our park deserves better!  This petition is designed to start a public process that can encourage a more coordinated effort by City Agencies to deal with Buena Vista's short and long-term problems, and a parallel effort by neighbors and day visitors to the park to suggest solutions, expand volunteer efforts, and consider financing options to bring more resources to the park.

For further information, to receive meeting notifications or to volunteer with petiton distribution please contact:  IsabelWade@gmail.com

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Buena Vista Update

      Hope you all saw the article in the Chronicle about the park this morning. http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/The-Haight-s-Buena-Vista-Park-needs-some-love-5546111.php#/0
      We ask that you forward the article to the Mayor (mayoredwinlee@sfgov.org) with a subject line: Please Provide More Funds for Buena Vista Park in your Budget; cc: Scott.Weiner@sfgov.org and London.Breed@sfgov.org
      Supervisor Weiner has already obtained a chipper for the park, so be sure to thank him!
      And if you can spare a little time this summer to work on new projects in the park, please come Saturday July 12th & August 2nd @9AM Children's Playground.
      Best, Isabel Wade (isabelwade@gmail.com)

      The Haight's Buena Vista Park needs some love

      The park on the eastern edge of the Haight-Ashbury has been neglected for too long, nearby residents say, with footpaths crumbling from erosion and old trees dropping limbs from a lack of regular care. The age of the trees - coupled with the fact that the forested hilltop was basically plopped onto a giant sand dune - necessitates near-constant maintenance.

    2. Reached 750 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • Linda Jones SANTA CRUZ, CA
      • 28 days ago

      Because my daughter and her family live across the street and can't even enjoy the park!!!

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    • Lorraine Mercer SAN MATEO, CA
      • 5 months ago

      Visit my family and sometimes I am nervous walking from car to the apartment

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    • Andrea Jacoby SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 6 months ago

      keeping the parks clean for the neighbors and better quality of life

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    • Rick Posner SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 7 months ago

      Should be a safe and clean place for everyone.

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    • Denise Smith SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 7 months ago

      I have family members living in the neighborhood.

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