Fitzgerald Marine Reserve is currently closed following a weekend of severe weather that caused downed trees and flooding.
Four parks closed following heavy rain and high winds.
Memorial Park and Heritage Grove parking lot closed. Sam McDonald Park and Pescadero Creek Park open for day visitation only.
From Feb 26 through March 1, the San Andreas segment of Crystal Springs Regional Trail will be closed while SFPUC performs tree work. Partial closure on Sheep Camp Trail Feb. 19-21
The bid period for Phase 1 construction of the Realize Flood Park project is now closed. Selection of contractor and construction timeline will be announced in March 2024.
For holiday weekends in 2024, Bicycle Sunday, the weekly event that allows for non-motorized use of Cañada Road along Crystal Springs Regional Trail, will be canceled to meet the increased holiday needs for staffing at other parks in the area. Bicyclists and motorists, please be mindful to share the road.
Through Thursday, February 22, Memorial Park’s Azalea Campground will be closed for use due to flooding from recent rains.
On February 13 through March 1, weather permitting, workers will be treating oxalis at Vallemar Bluff, a coastal property 0.5 miles north of Fitzgerald Marine Reserve.
From February 13 through March 1, weather permitting, sections of Pillar Point Bluff's upper Jean Lauer Trail will be intermittently closed as workers treat invasive oxalis.
San Bruno Mountain Park intermittent trail closures for invasive plant management, February 8–March 15.
Some trails partially closed due to storm damage. Big Slides closed at the Meadow View playground.
Coyote Point Recreation Area has reopened after being fully closed due effects of last weekend's storm. Areas within the park are still closed while the fallen trees are being cleared.