RPD Strategic Plan SFRPD Strategic Plan 2019 - Page 16

Strategy Three: Inspire Investment Through community engagement, advocacy, and partnerships, cultivate more fi nancial resources to keep San Francisco’s parks and programs accessible for all OBJECTIVE 3.1 Increase public investment to better align with infrastructure needs and service expectations a Ensure short-term, continuing activation at the Palace of Fine Arts b Develop timeline and size of next park bond in partnership with the Mayor, Board of Supervisors, Capital Planning Committee, park advocates, and the community c d Release RFP for a new operator at Lincoln Golf Course Complete RFP process for Union Square concession spaces 16 OBJECTIVE 3.2 Broaden engagement and strengthen external communications with park users and park partners a Engage in sustained community outreach, activation, and stewardship at Marga- ret Hayward Playground to increase visitation and build community connections b c Design the new RPD website in FY19; launch in FY20 Migrate 50% of permits from CLASS to ActiveNet to enable online reservations in FY19; remainder in FY20 OBJECTIVE 3.3 Cultivate increased philanthropic support a With the SF Parks Alliance, bring private support for Let’sPlay Playgrounds to $14.5 million by 2020 b Work with the Francisco Park Conservancy support the park’s renovation and develop a post renovation plan by Spring 2020 c Survey usage patterns to measure the impact of capital investment at all Let’sPlaySF sites 17