The following projects are currently underway in San Francisco County:

Fort Point Overlook Bay Trail at Battery East >>
The Battery East trail segment in San Francisco's Presidio is a key link in the overall 400-mile Bay Trail. It connects the Golden Gate Promenade and Mason Street paths with multi-use walkways and a bicycle route on the west and east sides of the Golden Gate Bridge approach.

Presidio Coastal Trail Coastal Trail in the Presidio >>
Winding for three miles through the Presidio,this trail travels along the bluffs that support some of the most intact natural habitat in the park. Recent work has restored habitat, improved safety, and completed new overlooks.

Crissy Field Next Crissy Field Next >>
Crissy Field Next aims to improve upon many of the park’s existing uses, while enhancing ways for people to gather, create, and play.

Presidio Bluffs Presidio Bluffs >>
Habitat restoration on the Presidio coastal bluffs includes the removal of invasive trees and plants, as well as reforestation and management of native tree species, such as toyon, madrone, and manzanita.

New Presidio Parklands Presidio Tunnel Tops >>
As the capstone to the Presidio’s “post-to-park” transformation, the Presidio Tunnel Tops project is creating a world-class public space that connects Crissy Field and the Main Post, welcomes people of all backgrounds, and confirms the Presidio as a definitive 21st century national park.

Tennessee Hollow Watershed Restoration Tennessee Hollow Watershed Restoration >>
At 270 acres, Tennessee Hollow is the largest watershed in the Presidio. Since the late 1990s, the Presidio Trust, National Park Service, and Parks Conservancy have been working toward restoring the entire watershed from springs to bay, to restore a vibrant, contiguous, and diverse mosaic of native plant communities and wildlife habitat.