Information Release Date: October 4, 2021
SAN FRANCISCO—Between Thursday, October 7, and Sunday, October 10, the annual Fleet 7 days activities are returning to Golden Gate Countrywide Recreation Space, the Presidio of San Francisco, Fort Level Countrywide Historic Website, and San Francisco Maritime Countrywide Historical Park. National Park visitors can expect large crowds and targeted visitors congestion in and about the San Francisco and Marin County waterfronts.
Congested spots will involve Fort Issue Countrywide Historic Web site, Crissy Area, Fort Mason, Aquatic Park, Hyde Avenue Pier, Beach Avenue between Van Ness Avenue and Hyde Street in San Francisco and Conzelman Road and Fort Baker in Marin County.
Parking will be extremely limited. Spectators and park people are remarkably inspired to walk or use general public transit, bicycle, taxi, or ride-share services. For public transportation planning and exact-day targeted traffic data, call 5-1-1 or visit http://www.511.org.
Follow @GGNRANPSAlerts and @SFMaritimeNPS on Twitter for additional park notices. To get updates from San Francisco Section of Crisis Management, text “fleetweeksf” to 888777 or follow @SF_crisis on Twitter. Download the official National Park Provider app to discover interactive maps, tours of park destinations, on-the-floor accessibility information, and a great deal far more to prepare your national park adventures just before and for the duration of your visit.
The grounds of Fort Mason and Aquatic Park are always highly sought-just after vantage points that attract crowds for the festivities. Keep the event entertaining and safe by recreating responsibly and following the guidelines from the Facilities for Disease Command and Avoidance.
Parking Restrictions & Road Closures:
Extended Avenue to Maritime Drive will be closed to accommodate ADA parking. All parking at Fort Place Nationwide Historic Site will be restricted to cars with a valid ADA condition placard or license plate and will be accessible on a initially-occur, to start with-served basis.
Parking at higher Fort Mason is limited to workers and people of Fort Mason and vehicles with a legitimate ADA condition placard or license plate on a initial-come, initial-provide basis.
Hyde Road, lower Van Ness, and Beach Street will be closed to vehicles.
Federal Mask Mandate and Social Distancing:
Masks are required for every person, irrespective of spot or vaccination position, in all National Park Service buildings, crowded outdoor spaces, and all types of enclosed public transportation. Supplemental particulars are available at www.nps.gov/coronavirus.
The upper decks of historic ships at Hyde St. Pier will be open to visitation, but potential is limited to let for social distancing and protection protocol. Ability could be achieved early in the day. The moment capacity is achieved, entrance strains will be paused till other site visitors depart. Hyde Street Pier and the ships are part of the federal facility mandate requiring masks, so occur organized.
Closures to Protect Natural or Cultural Methods:
Community Safety Reminder:
“If You See Some thing, Say Anything!”
United States Park Police and the Countrywide Park Support are among the agencies partnering to protect guests and park assets during Fleet 7 days. Knowledgeable, inform communities enjoy a vital job in holding our countrywide parks risk-free. Will not hesitate to report unattended offers or suspicious exercise.
Reduce motor vehicle burglaries. Stow ahead of you go—leave your valuables at residence or at the very least put them in your trunk right before arriving at your destination.
If you See A little something in the space of Golden Gate Countrywide Leisure Spot, the Presidio of San Francisco, or San Francisco Maritime Countrywide Historic Park, Say Anything!
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