Since March of 2008, Duboce Park has been a haven for dogs in the area. It is estimated that almost 500 people per day visit the park with their animals. This was not always seen in a positive light by local residents. Dogs are allowed to be there off-leash and the local residents are now starting to recommend that the city place a real fence along the boundary of the park that borders Duboce Ave.
If you would like to vote on this open ticket that has been posted at SeeClickFix.com, you can also leave a comment. According to SF311@SCFSF311, the suggestion was being mailed to the manager of that park, Bob Palacio. The last response was almost six months ago.
Perhaps a better suggestion would be a different kind of fence. The fences that I saw on my last visit were merely suggestions of a boundary rather than a full fence. There were definitely plenty of areas where dogs could unexpectedly duck underneath them. A full fencing, like the one enclosing the playground, would most likely ease tensions with those who fear or hate dogs. Many visitors want do not want to be disturbed by dogs in areas of the park where it is advised that dogs do not roam.