Perhaps you’ve noticed that some of our city parks are in need of attention — maybe there’s graffiti, poop, dead plants, or a homeless encampment keeping you from enjoying the outdoors. Thanks to the Neighborhood Parks Council, a non-profit group dedicated to impoving SF’s parks, there’s now a central location to report a problem. Check out ParkScanSF.org to “report an observation,” as they say.
According to an article in today’s Examiner, the complaints are reviewed by city staff and used to set priorities for park maintenance. So next time you see something that needs attention in a park, send it in.