List of parks in San Francisco

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This is a List of parks in San Francisco

Federal[edit]

National Park Service

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

State[edit]

California Department of Parks & Recreation

California Department of Fish and Game

University of California

City[edit]

Painted Ladies, Alamo Square

San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department

Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency)

Private[edit]

Privately-Owned Public Open Spaces[edit]

In certain districts, private developers must account for and maintain public spaces within their facilities. These Privately-Owned Public Open Spaces (POPOS) take many forms and have varying hours of operation.[1]

  • 55 2nd St - A, B, C
  • 101 2nd St
  • 235 2nd St
  • Marriott - 299 2nd St
    • Courtyard A
    • Courtyard B
    • Courtyard C
  • Marathon Plaza - 303 2nd St
  • 1 Bush Street
  • 345 California St
    • A
    • East B
    • West C
  • 1 California St
  • 50 California St
  • 100 California St
  • 150 California St
  • 200 California St
  • 555 California St
  • 600 California St
  • 650 California St
  • Empire Park - 642 Commercial St
  • Embarcadero Center West 1, 2, & 3
  • 611 Folsom St
  • 14 Fremont St
  • Foundry Square - 400, 405, 500 Howard St
  • Intercontinental Hotel - 888 Howard St.
    • Pacific Terrace
    • Bay Terrace
  • 25 Jessie St
  • 1 Kearny St
  • 333 Market St
  • 425 Market St
  • 444 Market St
  • 525 Market St
  • 555/557 Market St
  • 595 Market St
  • Westfield Sky Terrace - 845 Market St
  • Golden Gate University - 536 Mission St
  • 555 Mission St
  • 560 Mission St
  • 456 Montgomery St
  • 100 Pine St
  • 1 Post St
  • Citygroup Center - 1 Sansome St
  • 343 Sansome St
  • 49 Stevenson St
  • 71 Stevenson St
  • Crocker Galleria - 165 Sutter St
  • Trinity Alley - at 333 Bush St
  • 77 Van Ness Ave
  • Redwood Park - 535 Washington St

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Privately-Owned Public Open Space and Public Art". Planning Department: City and County of San Francisco. Retrieved 22 December 2015.