George Wolfberg Park at Potrero Canyon — Updates


An  outreach meeting about the pedestrian bridge project, hosted by the City Bureau of Engingeering and Council District 11 / Councilwoman Traci Park, will take place on March 14, 2024 from 6:00 – 7:30pm via Zoom.  Register to attend here.  For more information contact CD 11.

A widely publicized community meeting was hosted by Council District 11 / Councilwoman Traci Park, on December 5, 2023, regarding the proposed pedestrian bridge across PCH.  A recording exists and can be accessed by contacting CD 11.

The PPCC Potrero Canyon Oversight Committee (PCOC) will periodically post updates on this page and keep the community informed of the Committee’s work.

Ongoing matters that the PCOC is monitoring include:

In the meantime, if you have concerns, input or observations, please email*

If you observe the gates at either Friends Street or Frontera operating in a manner that is inconsistent with the hours that City Council has affirmed for the George Wolfberg Park at Potrero Canyon (that is: open at sunrise and locked at sunset), please alert RAP and City staff for correction. We ask that you email and cc the following contacts: (cc)

Regarding gate locks and closing times, please visit Gates and Fencing.

*You will receive an automated reply when you email This is to assure you that we have received your input and will do our best to address it. We will keep the community apprised of our work and progress using the communication tool afforded to us by the tabs on this page. We will also updater the PPCC board and community at each of our meetings with any specific information or feedback that is made available to us by city or state officials or staff tasked with protecting, maintaining and developing George Wolfberg Park at Potrero Canyon (the Park).

Thank you.
Potrero Canyon Oversight Committee (PCOC)