Bedwell Bayfront Park Master Plan Project

Thank you to all who participated in the development of this project.

On October 25, the preferred park master plan was presented to the Parks and Recreation Commission. At this meeting, they adopted a recommendation to the City Council to approve the master plan with some modifications. The recommendation will be presented to the City Council on November 14 at 7:00 p.m. Please check back for updates. 
  

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Project Background
Bedwell Bayfront Park is a 160 acre regional park, and the City’s only park on the bay. Built on top of a landfill, it is surrounded on three sides by the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge (context map). The park had been envisioned by its founder, former City Manager Michael Bedwell, as a “park for passive recreation including nature walks…picnicking, day hiking and meadow sports, as well as just plain enjoyment of the silence, the fresh breeze and the view.” Read more about the project history, including past meetings.

Current Status

 
A master planning process is underway to address existing maintenance and capital improvement needs and establish a park vision guiding improvements for the next 25 years. The community is invited to attend the upcoming public meetings to provide input on their vision for the park’s future.
      
 Date  Time          Activity  Location
November 14, 2017 7:00 pm City Council meeting  City Council Chambers   
701 Laurel St.