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Civic Center is home to San Francisco's famous City Hall with its golden dome. In this area, you will find a museum, a library, an opera house, and a large selection of high-end rental apartments. Transit in and out of the area is made easier by direct access to numerous BART and MUNI lines. There are dog parks and pet supply stores within a reasonable driving distance. There are also plenty of restaurants for you to samples surrounding the Civic Center area. Several times throughout the year, you can attend concerts in front of City Hall, catch the farmer's market, or attend multiple festivals. 

Summers here are perfect for attending an event outside of City Hall with temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Winters in San Francisco are quite mild with lows in the mid-40s in January. There are very few days when you and Spot won't be able to get out and stretch your legs. 

Terrain in Civic Center
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly

Beyond a few slight rolling hill deviations, the terrain around Civic Center is quite flat, which is perfect for those pups who need some exercise assistance. However, beyond the lawns surrounding city hall, the only thing to walk on is paved surfaces. Doesn't sound like much fun, does it? In reality, this kind of territory is only as dull as you let it be. 

In the absence of grass and exciting territory, you are simply going to have be creative. There are dozens of blocks in the area to walk around and get in the exercise you need. Try walking in different directions, going around new blocks, and anything else that can add a touch of excitement. Keep in mind that your pup uses their nose to explore. The more new areas you can give your dog to sniff at, the less they are likely to balk at going out for daily excursions. 

Greenways in Civic Center
13 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Francisco have an average of:
16 Greenways
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Being the heart and soul of the city, you might expect to see more in the way of green in the area. You can't really count the grassy areas in front of City Hall. But you can get away with it as long as you clean up after any messes your pup leaves behind. 

At the corner of Golden Gate Ave. and Gough St., there is a two-block area dedicated to green space. Here, you will find the Margaret S. Hayward Playground with basketball and tennis courts, a children's playground, and baseball fields. Next to it is the James P. Lang which is essentially two large baseball fields and a large area of grass to enjoy. 

Right across Turk St. is Jefferson Park that covers 5.6 acres and has a fenced-in off-leash dog park where you can let Spot run around with the other dogs and have some canine fun. 

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