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a San Francisco neighborhood park maintained by neighborhood volunteers
Rincon Hill Dog Park is located at the northwest corner of Beale and Bryant Streets (486 Beale Street) in the Rincon Hill neighborhood in the South of Market District of San Francisco. The off-leash dog areas are open for public use every day from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. thanks to neighborhood volunteers who help to operate and maintain the park!
We have several ways for you to join our community.
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Volunteer or apply to be a board member
If you are interested in becoming a board member, we have video chats once a month to address all of the parks activities. Depending on your availability, you may have a seat on the board or simply help out with events, learn about new opportunities and build your leadership skills and your community. Becoming a board member of a community association is great experience for your resume.
is maintained by SF Public Works in collaboration with neighborhood volunteers. The volunteers the do their best to answer emails and respond to alerts. Please help us by using the information provided below.
What to do?
For syringe clean-up:
Text 415-810-1337 a photo with the location of the issue and the Department of Health (DPH) will follow-up with a message once the situation has been addressed by a team member. The DPH funds the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) Syringe Pick-up crew. They are available 7 days a week from 7am-7pm for “rapid response”.
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.