If you'd like the combination to unlock the park, please email:

Your email MUST include *a photo of you with your dog* to be approved

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Thank-you for your patience as we work with law enforcement and city leadership to insure that RHDP is fun, safe space for dogs and their people. 


To help keep our park safe:

Call 311 
to report issues with debris, maintenance or unhoused people in or around the park


Call 911

if you or someone else is in danger, if you witness a crime in progress or any other emergency

Rincon Hill Dog Park

We're a San Francisco neighborhood park funded and maintained by community volunteers 

Rincon Hill Dog Park is located at the northwest corner of Beale and Bryant Streets (486 Beale Street) in the Rincon Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. The off-leash dog areas are open for public use every day from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. Special thanks to our neighborhood volunteers who help to operate and maintain the park!

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Join Us

There are several ways to join and support the RHDP community.

Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date with park happenings 

Inquire about becoming a RHDP Volunteer 

Apply to become a member of our board

Board members meet monthly, via video chat, to address the park's upcoming events and regular activities. Contact us to learn about this great way to build your leadership skills and your strengthen your community. 

Our park is maintained and supported by neighborhood volunteers. We do their best to answer emails and respond to alerts as quickly as possible however, in the case of an emergency,  please dial 911 or use the information provided below.

What to do?

Report an emergency or problem:

For faster response, the local 911 number is 1-415-553-8090.
Non-emergency is 1-415-553-0123

Openers and Closers

If you're a volunteer opening/closing the park and you are locked out due to a prank-lock, please call 1-415-553-0123 and request that the Fire Department (SFFD) come out for safe removal.