About The Field

What we know as McKegney Green today was initially part of the bay. It was created in 1963 with fill from the cut-through for the four lane portion of Tiburon Boulevard between Blackfield Drive and Trestle Glen.  Originally all of Tiburon Boulevard was planned to be four lanes, but the town stopped the development and plans for the field and other parks along the bike path, the Old Rail Trail, were envisioned.  McKegney Green was completed in 1977 and dedicated to Elizabeth McKegney, a Tiburon librarian for 22 years and her husband, parks commissioner, George McKegney, creating arguably one of the most beautiful fields for sports games and picnickers alike in the Bay Area.

HELP RESTORE OUR FIELD

Your donation will help us reach our goal of raising $400,000 by private donations.

SOCCER

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Artist of field renderings:  Amy Heyse, http://amyheyse.com/