Prompt response — DPW trims Circular Ribbon Garden oak tree

The San Francisco Department of Public Works took over care of the city’s street trees a couple years ago.  Here is that voter-approved proposition in action — a big oak tree in the Circular Ribbon Garden needed a good deal of attention, and a request recently brought DPW workers out to work on it. They did a great job. Thank you DPW!

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Oak tree, Circular Ave. and Congo St., after trimming. Photo: Dept. of Public Works.
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DPW workers Andy Birrell, Ricardo Lizarraga, Brian Boone and Supervisor Nili Niu. Photo: Dept. of Public Works.

A peak into the past of this spot in Sunnyside — here is the little triangle garden over 90 years ago, when there were railroad tracks nearby instead of the freeway. Photos: OpenSFHistory.org.

 

 

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