INAUGURAL CELEBRATION | October 1, 2016
Bay Day is like Earth Day – for San Francisco Bay.
It is one official day every year for the entire Bay Area to come together and celebrate the Bay.
Dozens of community partners in every part of the Bay will host celebrations, lead special programs, or offer special discounts for the public. Find the Bay Day event for you.
Don’t be fooled by the bridges, levees, and city skylines—the Bay is wild and alive. In fact, it’s the largest and most ecologically important estuary on the west coast. When we take one day each year to celebrate this amazing natural resource, the movement to preserve and protect it for future generations grows stronger.
Plan to vote YES on Prop. 67 this Nov 8—to ban disposable plastic bags in California once and for all. Voting YES on Prop. 67 is one immediate way you can protect our Bay and ocean from plastic pollution.
A growing list of cities have already issued official proclamations making Bay Day official. If your city isn’t on the list, sign our petition to ask your local leaders to declare Bay Day!
Belvedere*, Benicia*, Brisbane*, Burlingame*, Oakland, Foster City*, Lafayette, Marin*, Martinez*, Napa*, Newark*, Redwood City*, San Francisco, San Jose, San Leandro*, San Mateo*, San Pablo*, Sonoma*
*Formal action pending
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The San Francisco Bay is central to the quality of life of all residents of [Your City], [Your County] and the entire Bay Area. There’s something truly amazing about this place. This is our Bay, and it deserves to be celebrated because there’s no place like it in the world.
As residents of the Bay Area, we all benefit when by taking a moment to appreciate the truly special nature of our region, and the central role our Bay plays in our communities. Let’s come together on October 1, 2016, and the first Saturday of October annually, to celebrate and inspire deeper appreciation, conversation, education, and action for San Francisco Bay.
I’m asking for your leadership in introducing, supporting, and adopting Bay Day as an officially recognized day of celebration in coordination with other Bay Area Cities.