Treasure Island Community Facilities and Resources

San Francisco Public Library Bookmobile

San Francisco Public Library Mobile Services on-Island services are postponed until May 31, 2020.  Read more information from the San Francisco Public Library on library closures, increased on-line services, and impacts to SFPL programs and services.

All Bookmobile materials available for check-out free-of-charge with an SFPL Library Card.  Resident suggestions on titles and topics of interest is encouraged.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Bookmobile.

  • Hours: Tuesday 2P-5P; Thursday 1P - 5P
  • Location: Corner of Avenue H and 11th Street, next to Island Cove Market.

Treasure Island Child Development Center

A licensed childcare facility 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.

  • Location: 850 Avenue D, Building 502

Treasure Island Community Garden

Treasure Island Community Garden programs are currently suspended.

The Community Garden, managed by Indigenous Permaculture, provides the Island community an opportunity to learn about traditional approaches to agriculture and food security.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Community Garden.

  • Location: Gateview Avenue at Exposition Drive

Treasure Island Dog Park

Treasure Island Dog Park is closed effective March 24, 2020.  Residents may still walk their dogs on-Island including along Perimiter Path.  Please maintain 6 feet of distance.

Treasure Island Dog Park is located west of the Treasure Island West Playground and is open every day during daylight hours.  All well-behaved Treasure Island dogs are encouraged to utilize the Dog Park.  Human visitors must be accompanied by dog at all times.  Please obey posted rules at all times.  Please report any observed damage to the Dog Park to the TIDA office at 415-274-0660.

  • Location: 9th Street at Avenue of Palms 

Treasure Island Playgrounds

Both Treasure Island playgrounds are closed effective March 24, 2020.

Treasure Island has two playgrounds for use and enjoyment by the Island community's children and families.  Please report any observed damage to the Treasure Island Playgrounds to the TIDA office at 415-274-0660.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Playgrounds.

  • Locations: 9th Street at Avenue B, 13th Street at Avenue E

Treasure Island Gymnasium

Treasure Island Gymnasium is closed.

Operated by the YMCA of San Francisco, Treasure Island Gymnasium offers recreational programming and services for the Island community.  Use of the Gymnasium is free-of-charge to Island residents; initial registration required.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Gymnasium.

  • Hours: Monday through Friday 2P - 9P; Saturday 10A - 6P; Sunday 10A - 5P
  • Location: 749 9th Street, Building 402

TI Gymnasium After-School Program

TI Gym After-School Programming is currently suspended.

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 and to enroll contact TI Gymnasium staff at (415) 765-9037.

San Francisco Department of Public Health Community Clinic

All Clinic services offered free-of-charge to Island residents; no appointment or insurance paperwork is necessary.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Community Clinic.

  • Hours: The clinic is currently on hiatus as DPH is in the process of hiring a new nurse.
  • Location: Treasure Island Gymnasium, 749 9th Street at Avenue M.

SFFD Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (SF NERT) - TI/YBI

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 monthly.  Learn more about the SF NERT Program. 

Treasure Island Food Pantry

The Treasure Island Food Pantry is part of the San Francisco Food Bank’s Neighborhood Food Pantry Program.  Each week over 110 Island households receive supplemental groceries distributed free-of-charge.  Learn more about the Treasure Island Food Pantry.

  • Hours: Tuesday 3P - 4:45P
  • Location: ShipShape Community Center, 850 Avenue I

One Treasure Island Economic Self-Sufficiency Program

The ShipShape is currently closed and ShipShape programs are suspended.

The Economic Self-Sufficiency Program aims to assist all Island residents in building long-term economic security and offers free-of-charge services including financial management, budgeting and banking workshops, tax preparation assistance, compuer classes and more.  Learn more about the Economic Self-Sufficiency Program.  

  • Hours: Monday through Thursday 9A - 5P; Closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
  • Location: ShipShape Community Center, 850 Avenue I

One Treasure Island Job Broker Program

The Job Broker Program provides employment placement services to economically disadvantaged residents of San Francisco and Treasure Island, and was developed to assist Island employers in meeting hiring needs utilizing local San Francisco non-profit community-based organizations.  Learn more about the Job Broker Program.

Please Note: Job candidates (including Island residents) must be referred to the Program by a TIHDI Referring Agency and cannot apply directly to any open job orders. 

Treasure Island Community Meetings

Sponsored by TIDA, One Treasure Island and the Villages at Treasure Island, the on-Island Community Meetings are held every other month and are open to all members of the TI/YBI community.

  • Hours: Second Wednesday of every other month (Jan., Mar., May., Jul., Sept., Nov.) at 6:30 PM
  • Location: ShipShape Community Center, 850 Avenue I

Treasure Island Community Organizations

Treasure Island Community (TIC)

TIC, the Island's neighborhood community organization, is active in residential issues and Island community events throughout the year.