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Services + Useful Contacts for Leasing at the Presidio

​​​​​​​​Leasing in San Francisco is an experience like none other. The Presidio’s leasing opportunities bring all of the excitement of the City with a few extra perks. This quick reference guide lists useful contacts and key services that properties in the Presidio have access to – from wildlife services to transportation and even housing for Presidio-based employees.

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Services at the Presidio

PresidiGo Shuttle

Getting to and around the Presidio is easy. The Presidio Trust operates the free PresidiGo Shuttle service serving park residents, employees, and visitors. There are two PresidiGo Shuttle routes: “Around the Park” and “Downtown.” This section provides an overview of the service. Complete information – including routes and schedules – is available here. You can also register for email alerts and advisories.

  • PresidiGo – Around the Park Shuttle: PresidiGo Around the Park shuttle routes are always free and run two continuous 30-minute loops. Both routes originate at the Presidio Transit Center and connect with MUNI and Golden Gate Transit. They operate on a weekend schedule on federal holidays.
  • PresidiGo – Downtown Shuttle: The PresidiGo Downtown shuttle offers a free and convenient way for visitors to travel between the Presidio and Downtown San Francisco seven days a week. Each one-way trip takes about 25 minutes.

Transit and Parking

Parking Permits
Parking is regulated throughout the Presidio. Depending on your lease, you may be entitled to a monthly parking permit. Monthly parking permits are not discounted and are sold as a convenience. Hourly and daily permits must be purchased from pay stations and be properly displayed. Please contact the Presidio Parking Office at (415) 561-4265 for current rates, to request monthly permits, or for general questions or inquiries.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Electric vehicle charging stations are available in several locations in the Presidio. View a map here: www.plugshare.com.

Guaranteed Ride Home
Do you want to carpool, take the bus, or bike to work, but you’re concerned about how you would get home if you became ill, had a family emergency, or were required to stay late?

The Presidio Trust Guaranteed Ride Home Program offers employees who use an alternate commute mode a way to get home in the event of an emergency. Whether you face a family illness or are asked to work unscheduled overtime, the program ensures that you’ll get home via taxi or rental car with minimal extra expense to you and your employer. Presidio employers must register for this program for their employees to be eligible.

If your Presidio employer is registered and you are a full- or part-time Presidio employee who lives within 100 miles of the park, you are eligible to use the program. You must sign up with your employer and use an alternative travel mode (e.g. vanpool, bike, bus, carpool, or walking) on the day a Guaranteed Ride Home is requested.

If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact the Presidio Trust Transportation Department at transportation@presidiotrust.gov.

Housing for Presidio-Based Employees

Housing preference is available to qualifying Presidio-based employees. A Presidio-based employee is someone who works a minimum of 32 hours per week on a non-temporary basis for an approved business, organization, or institution located in the park. The Presidio Trust also offers housing at discounted rents to eligible employees. Learn more about housing for Presidio-Based employees.

Staying Connected

Social Media
Get Presidio updates and share your photos, comments, and favorite park experiences. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube @PresidioSF.

Working Near Wildlife

The Presidio is home to an extraordinarily diverse wildlife population. More than 600 species – from expansive birds of prey to North America’s tiniest butterfly – make their home in the park. Even coyotes are regularly spotted here.

The presence of wildlife around the park enlivens both the visitor and resident experience with sounds and sights that capture the imagination and deepen a sense of community and place. Wildlife also provides important ecological functions – they pollinate flowers, prey on “pest” species, decompose organic matter, and replenish nutrients in soils.

  • Birds: Because it’s one of the largest open spaces in San Francisco, with a plentiful supply of food and water, the Presidio is a haven for many bird species seeking either a permanent home or a safe resting place on a migratory journey. Species like Barn Swallows may nest on your building and are protected by the International Migratory Bird Treaty. If there’s a problem with the location of a bird nest (e.g., the nest is near a doorway), contact nature@presidiotrust.gov.
  • Coyotes: Since 2002, coyotes have been seen in the Presidio and other parts of the City. Coyotes are smart and adaptable animals. Regular extended contact with humans can cause them to lose their natural fear of people and may in turn cause behavioral problems. In order to keep coyotes naturally timid of human contact, please restrict food sources (secure pet food and trash containers) and keep your distance from coyotes in the park. If you have a direct close encounter with a coyote in the Presidio, you may scare it away by making loud noises and/or waving your arms. To report a coyote incident of concern, contact coyote@presidiotrust.gov or (415) 561-4148. For more information, visit www.presidio.gov/coyote.

Useful Contact Information

Presidio Workspaces: Property Management Office
Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm
222 Halleck Street, Suite B
(back side of building)
San Francisco, CA 94129

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 29546
San Francisco, CA 94129
Phone: (415) 561-2449
Fax: (415) 561-2443

General Inquiries: info@presidioworkspaces.com
(415) 561-2449

Presidio Workspaces: Leasing Office
(415) 561-5335
www.presidio.gov/presidio-workspaces-leasing leasing@presidiotrust.gov

Presidio Trust
103 Montgomery Street
P.O. Box 29052
San Francisco, CA 94129
(415) 561-5300
TTY: (415) 561-5301
www.presidio.gov
presidio@presidiotrust.gov

Utilities

Utility Service Applications
yesutilbilling@presidiotrust.gov
(415) 561-4282 Utility

Billing Inquiries
yescs@yesenergymgmt.com
(800) 637-4242

Third Party Utility Companies

AT&T
(Phone/Cable Service)
(800) 310-2355
www.att.com

Comcast
(Cable Service)
(888) 485-3514
www.comcast.com

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)
(Gas Service Only)
(800) PGE-5000
www.pge.com

Presidio Parking Office
222 Halleck Street, Suite B
(back side of building)
San Francisco, CA 94129

Justin Scott, Operations Manager
justin_scott@aceparking.com
Phone: (415) 561-4265
Fax: (415) 561-4264

Waste Reduction Office
(415) 561-4260

Work Order Service Center
Monday to Friday, 7 am to 5 pm
woservicecenter@presidiotrust.gov
(415) 561-4270
After hours maintenance emergencies and lockouts: (415) 677-2267

Presidio Emergency Information Line
(415) 561-4500
From this line, tenants can listen to recorded information following a disaster, including a major earthquake or other large-scale event.

United States Park Police (USPP)
1217 Ralston Avenue (Fort Scott)
Non-Emergency (415) 561-5505

San Francisco Fire Department
(415) 558-3200
Station #51 (serves the Presidio)
218 Lincoln Boulevard on the Main Post


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