Presidio Coronavirus Updates

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​(updated December 10​​, 2020)

The Presidio has issued an Emergency Order​ that restricts activities in the park consistent with the current San Francisco Department of Public Health orders

The Presidio remains open to all for exercise, including the park's trails, open spaces, and playgrounds. This page describes how to enjoy the Presidio ​while following safety requirements to protect everyone's well-being. If you have questions, contact us at presidio@presidiotrust.gov.

Please check the websites of Presidio tenant organizations for information about their operations.

Presidio Like a Pro​​​

Many people are looking to their parks as a place to get outside and experience nature during this stressful time. So it’s more important than ever that we recreate safely and give each other space. Here are ten ways to “Presidio like a Pro.”

If You’re Sick, Stay Home
If you’re ill, rest at home.

Stay Six Feet Apart
Give each other six feet of space and avoid traveling in groups.

Share the Space
Stay aware of others, especially when wearing headphones. Choose less busy trails and visit during off-peak times.

Wear a Face Covering
Wearing a face covering is required when outside in San Francisco and when others not in your household are within six feet.

Use Alternative Forms of Transportation
Some Presidio parking lots are closed, and select roadways are closed or slowed (see ​Presidio Slow Streets)  – check out our park updates ​before visiting the park, and bike, walk, or take alternative forms of transportation when possible.

Slow your Roll
When biking or running, keep your speed under control and gently make sure others are aware you’re approaching.

Pack Out Trash
Always carry out your trash.

Watch for Signs + Closures
Follow signsage and avoid closed areas.

Don’t Share Equipment
Don’t share equipment, such as a frisbee or soccer ball, with anyone not in your household. Picnic on the lawn or at the beach, but avoid picnic tables, benches, and grills.

Protect the Park
Leave the park as you found it, and avoid anything that might cause lasting damage, like placing stakes in the lawns.

Outdoor public gatherings must be single household and limited to 12 people. Outdoor recreation and fitness groups and walking tours may continue with a maximum of 12 people and with strict adherence to existing guidelines.​

​​Presidio Slow Streets

To create more space for everyone to walk, run, and bike while maintaining the required physical distancing, we're hosting Presidio Slow Streets, a companion to the City's effort. Learn more and see the map >>

Presidio Hotels Open for Essential Travel​

Even though travel is restricted during this period, many people still have to leave home for essential travel, including business, medical, or other essential activities. The Lodge at the Presidio and Inn at the Presidio are open to support this. Stringent COVID-19 safety measures have been put in place.​

Visit the Presidio lodging website >>

Presidio Golf Course is Open

​Presidi Golf Course is limited to players from the same household only. The Patio Cafe at the Golf Course is offering take-out, but no oudoor seating is permitted.​

Visit the Presidio Golf Course website >>​

Closed for Now​

The following parking lots are also temporarily closed.

  • ​Stone Street parking​​​
  • ​West Pacific Avenue
  • Langdon Court parking

Public Restrooms in the Presidio

East Beach at Crissy Field8 am to 5 pm
Ft. Point National Historic Site8 am to 5 pm
West Bluff (Near Warming Hut) 8 am to 5 pm
GGB Welcome Center6 am to 9 pm
Baker Beach8 am to 5 pm
Paul Goode Field7 am to 7 pm
El Polin Spring6:30 am to 5 pm
Presidio Transit Center​6:30 am to 9 pm
Golf Course General Store8 am to 5 pm
Fort Scott Field (Portable)24/7
Fort Scott Bldg. 121024/7
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PresidiGo Shuttle​ is Operating

The PresidiGo Shuttle is operating for essential transportation, including travel to and from work, shopping for supplies, accessing health care, and providing aid to family and friends who need assistance.

We're following industry-standard protocols for the protection of our passengers and drivers.

While the shuttle is operating on a reduced schedule, we'll add service as ridership increases. Note, however, that the Around the Park Crissy Field Route has been permanently discontinued. Please send any questions to transportation@presidiotrust.gov.​

View the schedule and safety protocols >>

Sign up to receive PresidiGo text messages alerts >>

Events + Volunteer Programs

​To keep our staff, visitors, and volunteers safe, the Presidio Trust has cancelled events and volunteer programs for now.

View the Presidio Events calendar >>

​Ensuring Park Operations

The Presidio Trust is operating to provide for the health, safety and welfare of residents, tenants, and the public, and to ensure essential functions continue.

Accordingly, the park's water, gas, sewer systems, roads, and grounds are safe and functioning, and we're resolving maintenance issues for residents and tenants. United States Park Police, Fire Department, and emergency dispatch are operating.

We're also continuing five public works construction projects: Quartermaster Reach marsh expansion, Presidio Tunnel Tops, Doyle Drive-related projects, Swords to Plowshares Veterans Academy improvements, and Presidio water treatment plant projects. Trust staff and contractors adhere to required safety protocols, including physical distancing, and use protective equipment as needed to protect themselves and others. 

​Leasing + Property Management

For inquires about leasing commercial space in the Presidio, contact the Presidio Trust at (415) 561-5335 or leasing@presidiotrust.gov.

Presidio Residences is providng service by phone and email: (415​​) 561​-5454​​​ or housing@presidioresidences.com.

Presidio WorkSpaces is providing service by phone and email: (415) 561-2449 or info@presidioworkspaces.com.

Cleaning Practices

The Presidio Trust is following these increased cleaning practices in all buildings and facilities we manage.

  • Increasing the frequency of cleaning in areas with high contact points, such as door handles, toilets, elevators, wash basins, refuse bins, poles, and handrails
  • Ensuring that refuse bins are covered and cleared daily
  • Reinforcing training for our staff on good personal and food hygiene practices​

More Information​

Visit the San Francisco Department of Public Health website and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website​.​

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