We applied to Supervisor Norman Yee’s D7 Participatory Budgeting Process. This lets community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. All district residents 16 or older can vote. Check on the map (click for full version) to make sure you’re in D7.
Vote to fund this project online at sfpbd.sfgov.org/district/7/vote or in person at West Portal Library, Ingleside Library, or Norman Yee’s office (City Hall, room 273).
Vote to “Restore the Historic Trail System of Laguna Honda”. And also the “Clarendon Crosswalk”, to better connect the San Miguel Hills loop. You can choose additional great projects.
Please tell your neighbors how much you love this project and ask them to support it too.
The Laguna Honda Community Trail project is improving the historic multi-use trails on the grounds of the Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center.
This effort engages the community and new volunteers to build the trail, creates a new destination for visitors, is an asset to the Hospital community, and will become part of the larger San Francisco trail system that connects people in the City to a wild, inviting and educational open space.
We have work days every Second Saturday of the month. The meeting location is near the eastern edge of the hospital grounds, marked on the map above. The easiest way to get there is to enter at the traffic light on Woodside Ave and walk up the dirt road which follows the fence line.
Check out this Hoodline Article for some great background info: SF Urban Riders And Laguna Honda Open Up Long-Forgotten Trails
This project has been generously funded by a San Francisco Community Challenge Grant, the California Trails and Greenways Foundation, REI, and other supporters.