In just a few months, the eleven members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will be making a historic decision on what should happen to car-free JFK Drive. Now, your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition needs you to get the word out about this decision and build support for why Golden Gate Park must remain as a park that puts people first.
We don’t have any time to waste. The City launched their outreach in early September proposing different options for the future of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park, and their timeline has the Board of Supervisors making a final policy decision this winter about whether this space should remain car-free or not.
There is no place in the Bay Area that’s like JFK Drive today, and there is no doubt in our mind that car-free JFK needs to stay. We are teaming up with Walk San Francisco and need your volunteer support to get the word out, starting with Sunday Streets Phoenix Day on Sunday, October 17. You will have an opportunity to talk to people already enjoying open streets and celebrate how amazing car-free JFK Drive has been over the last 18 months.
Volunteer for Car-Free JFK at Sunday Streets
Sunday, October 17 from 12:00-5:00pm
Sign up to volunteer here
If you’re ready to volunteer, we need you. Winning real, tangible change isn’t easy, but we know we can win when we work together towards a common goal. Are you in?