Treasure Island Community Facilities and Programs

Community-Serving Facilities:

Treasure Island YMCA

The Treasure Island Y is located at the Treasure Island Gymnasium, 749 9th Street at Avenue M, and is operated by the YMCA of San Francisco.  Recreational programming, basketball courts, weights, fitness and cardiovascular equipment are available for use at no-cost to the Island community, with initial registration required.  Treasure Island Y is open Monday through Friday between 9:30A to 4:30P.  For more information contact the Treasure Island Y at 415-765-9037.

Treasure Island Child Development Center

The Treasure Island Child Development Center is a licensed childcare facility located at 850 Avenue D.  It is staffed by professionally trained personnel providing family support and full-time childcare to the Island community in its infant, toddler and preschool programs.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Child Development Center.

San Francisco Department of Public Health TI Community Nurse Clinic

The Treasure Island Community Clinic at Treasure Island Gymnasium (749 9th St.) is staffed by a SF DPH Registered Nurse (RN) and is open every Tuesday between 2:00P and 6:00P (excluding City holidays).  All Clinic visits and services are free-of-charge for Island residents, and you do not need health insurance to access services.  The Clinic is drop-in, and no appointments required.

TI Community Nurse Clinic Phone Number: (415) 767-2011

Treasure Island Food Pantry

The Treasure Island Food Pantry is located at the ShipShape Community Center, 850 Avenue I at 11th St, and is open every Tuesday between 3:00P and 5:00P.  The Food Pantry is part of the San Francisco Food Bank’s Neighborhood Food Pantry Program.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Food Pantry.

Treasure Island Community Garden

The TI Community Garden is located at Gateview Avenue and Exposition Drive and is managed by Indigenous Permaculture. The Community Garden provides the Island community an opportunity to learn about traditional approaches to agriculture and food security.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Community Garden.

Treasure Island Dog Park

The TI Dog Park is located at 9th Street and Avenue of Palms, and is open every day during daylight hours.  All well-behaved Treasure Island dogs are encouraged to utilize the Dog Park, and all humans must be accompanied by dog at all times.  Please report any observed damage to the TIDA office at 415-274-0660.

Treasure Island Playgrounds

Treasure Island has two playgrounds for use and enjoyment by the Island community's children and families, located at 9th Street at Avenue B, and at 13th Street at Avenue E.  Please report any observed damage to the TIDA office at 415-274-0660.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Playgrounds.

Community-Serving Programs:

One Treasure Island

One Treasure Island provides a variety of community-serving programs and services for the Treasure Island community, including employment training and job placement, financial literacy and education classes, meal programs and more.  View full information on One Treasure Island.

San Francisco Public Library Bookmobile - "SFPL To-Go"

San Francisco Public Library Bookmobile is on-Island every Wednesday between 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM at the corner of Avenue H and 11th Street for pick-up of pre-reserved items and titles.  Browsing inside the Bookmobile is suspended at this time.  All materials available for check-out free-of-charge with an SFPL Library Card.  Resident suggestions on titles and topics of interest is encouraged. 

View full information on SFPL To-Go Program including how to reserve items for pick-up.

One Treasure Island Resident Support Line - (415) 800-5937

One Treasure Island maintains a resident support line.  Island residents can call to receive information about Island-based community services and programs, request support with meals, and make suggestions and recomendations about community activities on Treasure Island.  

Treasure Island Y After-School Program

The YMCA of San Francisco offers an after-school program for Island youth and teens at TI Gymnasium, with activities, art projects, tutoring, mentoring and more.  Enrollment is free-of-charge to Island families.  For further information contact TI Gymnasium staff at (415) 765-9037.

Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Public Stewardship Program

The TI/YBI Public Stewardship Program is managed by TIDA and San Francisco Environment.  The program provides the Island community with connections to nature and to the Yerba Buena Island natural areas.  The Stewardship Program hosts public Volunteer Days as well as special opportunities for schools, community groups, corporate volunteer experiences, and more. 

Learn more about the TI/YBI Public Stewardship Program

SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (SF NERT)

The San Francisco Fire Department's SF NERT program goal is to teach as many San Franciscans as possible that, with basic training, they can make a difference in the lives of their families and others when, not if, they are affected by a disaster large or small.  The TI/YBI SF NERT Team meets on-Island.  Learn more about the SF NERT Program. 

Community Recreation:

Treasure Island Dog Park

The TI Dog Park is located at 9th Street and Avenue of Palms, and is open every day during daylight hours.  All well-behaved Treasure Island dogs are encouraged to utilize the Dog Park, and all humans must be accompanied by dog at all times.  Please report any observed damage to the TIDA office at 415-274-0660.

Treasure Island Playgrounds

Treasure Island has two playgrounds for use and enjoyment by the Island community's children and families, located at 9th Street at Avenue B, and at 13th Street at Avenue E.  Please report any observed damage to the TIDA office at 415-274-0660.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Playgrounds.

Treasure Island Athletic Fields

SF Little League Ketcham Field (Avenue M at 8th Street) and San Francisco Golden Gate Rugby Field B (between Avenues H, I, 11th and 13th Sts.) are both open daily to Treasure Island residents when not in use by SFLL or SFGGR. To confirm availability, please visit www.sfll.org and www.sfggrugby.com