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Rossi Pool Recreation Center to undergo $8.2 Million renovation

Last Tuesday, a public meeting was held to present the final concept for an upcoming $8.2 million renovation to Rossi Pool, located on Arguello and Anza. The building was constructed in 1956 by architect H.C. Baumann, who was also the… Continue Reading

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Photos + Video: Hundreds come out for Mountain Lake Park Playground re-opening; new StoryWalk exhibit along the lake

Despite the wet weather on Thursday, hundreds came out to the grand re-opening of Mountain Lake Park Playground. The new structures were teeming with excited kids and free cookies from Angelina’s Cafe kept everyone fueled for their playground adventures. The… Continue Reading

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Coyote Alerts: Presidio trail closures to dogs; dog and owner find themselves surrounded

This week, the Presidio Trust sent an email out alerting people to specific trail closures in the Presidio as a result of increased coyote activity and aggression towards dogs. It’s pupping season for the Presidio’s coyote population, and that means… Continue Reading

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#FewerPotholes repair effort kicks off in the Richmond District

Last month, we asked you all to submit reports of your peskiest potholes in the neighborhood as part of the #FewerPotholes campaign. The project was created by District 1 Supervisor Sandra Fewer who convinced DPW to commit a dedicated crew… Continue Reading

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Police Blotter – June 1, 2017

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER June 1, 2017 | Volume 1, Issue 11 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN”S MESSAGE Hello Richmond District Community Members. It has been another wonderful yet busy week here in the City. The little ones… Continue Reading

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After 1 year delay, Mountain Lake Park Playground will finally reopen on June 8

Every week or so, we receive an email here on the blog that goes something like this: “What is going on with Mt. Lake Park playground? Is it ever going to reopen?” It’s a fair question, given the $3.15 million… Continue Reading

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Police Blotter – May 25, 2017

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER May 25th, 2017 Volume 1, Issue 10 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE I am happy to report that Richmond Police Station had another successful Bay to Breakers come pass-ing through our district, and… Continue Reading

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Local Links: Conservatory to go psychedelic, New bar on Clement, Jog in the Fog registration opens, Nourish Cafe expands, Merchant safety meeting at RDNC

It’s been confirmed that starting June 21, the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Parl will be lit up each night as part of the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love in San Francisco. Get ready… Continue Reading