Parks are places for grass, trees, bushes and plants. not massive concrete slabs.
City Paves West End of Polo Field in Golden Gate Park
Anyone using or walking past the Polo Field in Golden Gate Park recently has probably noticed that the west end of the field is now encased in a huge slab of concrete.
Letter to the Editor: Paving at the Polo Field
I’ve been scratching my head and wondering if there are any smart environmentalists left in the SF Recreation and Park Department. Pouring more concrete anywhere in the world adds to the green house gas emissions and sends the wrong signal.
Letter to the Editor: Concrete at the Polo Field
Are you aware that the promoters and owners of Outside Lands (I assume) have somehow convinced the city of San Francisco to pour a permanent concrete slab on a huge portion of the western end of the Polo Field in Golden Gate Park?
‘Looking Back’: GG Park’s Polo Field
The first polo match at the Polo Field was on Nov. 11, 1898 (reported the next day by the San Francisco Call). Horsemen from the Burlingame Club played for two hours, with an intermission, in front of thousands of spectators.