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San Francisco has become the first and only city in the United States where every resident lives within a 10-minute walk of a park.
A building located inside an Oakland park that serves as a school sustained significant damage after a two-alarm fire broke out.
Parks rangers and volunteers rescued three Great Horned Owlets from Marin County Parks preserves.
City officials in Fairfield have ordered selected city parks closed over potential fire danger.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Friday to form what city officials said is the nation's first green benefit district.
The Antioch Water Park reopens today following a possible chemical exposure incident that sickened 34 people on Thursday.
The condition of a San Francisco Recreation and Parks manager injured by a falling tree has been upgraded to fair.
San Franciscans can now get free wireless Internet access in 32 city parks, plazas and open spaces.
The City will need to raise $24 million of private funds to complete a planned rooftop park.
A November ballot measure give voters a chance to put City parks on the fast track.
We’re still scratching our heads over why someone would go so far as to vandalize the brand-new Clement Street parklet.
A $7 entrance fee for non-residents to enter the Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park is about to be extended.
If all goes as planned, a Noe Valley parking lot could soon be turned into a peaceful park.
If you live in Marin County, you can now show your favorite recreational facility some love by sponsoring it. Just fork over a couple bucks and the name is yours.
The sweeping views at Mt. Madonna will soon be joined by 260 acres of previously private land.
I had never been a plant person. Then my father pointed out a nasturtium and told me it was edible. Now he had my attention.
Here's what to do this weekend that doesn't include puking on your shirt and peeing on your shoes.