The Bayview Hill Neighborhood Association secured funding for and saw through the rennovation of a new community meeting and recreation spot at the Coronado Pocket Park.

We recently celebrated the rennovation of the Coronado Pocket Park with a ribbon cutting event, showing residents and policy-makers from City Hall that the improvements in the Bayview are driven by residents, not just developers. 


Thanks to Mr. House, Mr. Occhipinti and City leaders for their foresight 25 years ago to plan for a park in our neighborhood.  As of this year, we finally have a new park that is located at the bend of Le Conte at the top of the hill.  It's not much but a nice place to sit and reflect.  You might even be able to see across the city on a clear day.  The Bayview Hill Neighborhood Association worked with a variety of individuals and agencies for several years to bring the vision of a park to the neighborhood.  Site ownership is now formalized with the Rec and Park Department and the park has been officially named.  The Association was successful in acquiring almost $100,000 in 2013 to improve the site. The ribbon cutting was June 2019 with Supervisor Walton and Bayview Hill Vice President, Shirley Moore in attendance. 



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