Ask your Supervisor to support a permanent 100% car-free JFK Drive
On April 28, 2020, Mayor London Breed officially closed JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park from Kezar Drive to Transverse Drive 24 hours per day for safe space for exercising with social distancing.
JFK Drive was transformed overnight from a designated “high-injury” street to something incredible. JFK Drive became a destination for people to connect with each other and nature without fear of dangerous traffic. This space has become invaluable for our health and safety, plus strongly supports the City’s climate goals. It can’t go away. But it could.
Later this fall, the Board of Supervisors will determine JFK Drive’s fate. That’s why right now we need every Supervisor to hear overwhelming support for car-free space from Kezar to Transverse (including key accessibility improvements).
Please find your Supervisor below and then send them a personalized email about why you love car-free JFK Drive.
District 1 (Richmond, Laurel Heights)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR CONNIE CHAN>>
District 2 (Marina, Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR CATHERINE STEFANI>>
District 3 (Chinatown, North Beach, Russian Hill, Nob Hill)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR AARON PESKIN>>
District 4 (Central Sunset, Outer Sunset, Parkside)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR GORDON MAR>>
District 5 (Hayes Valley, Western Addition, Fillmore, Japantown, Lower Haight, Cole Valley, Inner Sunset, Duboce Triangle, Haight Ashbury)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR DEAN PRESTON>>
District 6 (SoMa, Tenderloin, Mission Bay, South Beach)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR MATT HANEY>>
District 7 (Ingleside, St. Francis Wood, Park Merced, Oceanview)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR MYRNA MELGAR>>
District 8 (Castro, Noe Valley, Glen Park)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR RAFAEL MANDELMAN>>
District 9 (Mission, Bernal Heights, Portola)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR HILLARY RONEN>>
District 10 (Bayview, Potrero Hill, Visitacion Valley)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR SHAMANN WALTON>>
District 11 (Excelsior, OMI, Crocker Amazon, Oceanview)
EMAIL SUPERVISOR AHSHA SAFAI>>