Safety (Community Park)
There are countless families with young children living on the Tiburon Peninsula. The day-to-day impacts of hundreds of new car trips from a large demolition and development are real. Many of our neighborhood kids are students who walk and bike to our Reed District schools. They would be in the streets at the very same time in the mornings and afternoons as the new influx of commuter cars and delivery and service trucks, further endangering their routes to school and making general access for cyclists and pedestrians more dangerous.
Other children make great use of our Community Park. Some use the playground. Others use the basketball court or fly kites or practice baseball, football, soccer, or lacrosse on the grass field (and balls often roll out into Community Road with a boy or girl in hot pursuit). Others hold birthday parties in and around the Pavilion. The additional cars and delivery vehicles that would result from the proposed project would pose a heightened safety concern for all of these park-loving kids.
The Impacts of the Mallard Pointe Project
The Mallard Pointe Project poses a threat to the quality of life and environment for the inhabitants of Belvedere. Learn more about the impacts of the largest proposed residential demolition and development project in the city’s history.
The largest proposed residential development in the history of Belvedere is also the largest proposed demolition in the history of Belvedere.