New signs in San Francisco’s Dolores Park remind visitors of rules 

click to enlarge Visitors to San Francisco’s Dolores Park will notice new signs asking them to take care of the park’s grassy hillsides, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department officials said. (AP file photo) - VISITORS TO SAN FRANCISCO’S DOLORES PARK WILL NOTICE NEW SIGNS ASKING THEM TO TAKE CARE OF THE PARK’S GRASSY HILLSIDES, SAN FRANCISCO RECREATION AND PARK DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAID. (AP FILE PHOTO)
  • Visitors to San Francisco’s Dolores Park will notice new signs asking them to take care of the park’s grassy hillsides, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department officials said. (AP file photo)
  • Visitors to San Francisco’s Dolores Park will notice new signs asking them to take care of the park’s grassy hillsides, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department officials said. (AP file photo)

Visitors to San Francisco’s Dolores Park will notice new signs asking them to take care of the park’s grassy hillsides, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department officials said.

The signs were installed Wednesday at the park, located at Dolores at 18th streets. They serve as friendly reminders for the public on how to better care for the park, city officials said.

Some signs list the park’s rules, including that smoking, littering, camping and alcohol in glass bottles are prohibited. Others include reminders about cleaning up dog waste.

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