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Reopen JFK Drive
San Francisco Needs Access to Golden Gate Park
On Tuesday 4/26 at 9am, the SF Board of Supervisors will discuss the future of JFK Drive. The Board will be considering a proposal that would permanently close JFK Drive to cars. The meeting will be held at San Francisco City Hall (1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place) in Legislative Chamber, Room 250.

Public comment on the closure should be given at the first public comment period (Agenda Item 1). It is likely that public comment will be limited to 1 or 2 minutes.

In Person: Public comment can be made in person at the meeting on April 26th. It is highly preferable that public comment be given in person. The Board of Supervisors needs to see and hear in-person the impact of the closure on the community.

By Phone: Since this is a hybrid meeting, public comment can also be made by calling into the meeting.

1 (415) 655-0001 / Meeting ID: 2486 137 0759 # #
(Press *3 to enter the speaker line; enter the speaker line early to limit wait time)



Reopen JFK Drive

All visitors should be able to enjoy Golden Gate Park. The continued closure of JFK Drive restricts access for people with disabilities, seniors, families with young children, those who do not live close to the Park, and those who cannot afford to pay for parking. 
Right now, JFK Drive is closed, which has made it hard for many San Franciscans to access Golden Gate Park. The following is a map that shows the current closure:
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SIGN THE PETITION
Sign the Change.org petition to let policymakers know where you stand on the future of JFK Drive. Take 30 seconds to sign!
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VOTE ON THE POLL
The San Francisco Chronicle is asking for your vote on three options for JFK Drive. Take 30 seconds to vote!
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ATTEND A MEETING & GIVE PUBLIC COMMENT
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department have released three proposals for the future of JFK Drive. The final decision will be made by the Board of Supervisors in early 2022.
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