First Official Bay Day

The first-ever Bay Day is indeed turning out to be much more than an ordinary Saturday in October. The extraordinary support we’ve seen for Bay Day has come from every corner of the Bay Area. This amazing expression of Bay pride would not have happened without the many Bay Area cities, community organizations, and small businesses that have all come together for San Francisco Bay. It now serves as a culmination of community effort and support for the place we call home. We’re so thankful to cities and local leaders who have answered our call to officially declare Bay Day in their communities, and to the Association of Bay Area Governments that helped us rally support across the Bay Area. Here’s the list of cities that are on board so far — and we expect many more to join the Bay Day bandwagon in 2017!

Accepting Union City's Bay Day Proclimation
Accepting Union City’s Bay Day Proclamation

Alameda Albany Belvedere Benicia* Brisbane Burlingame Contra Costa Emeryville Foster City
Hayward* Marin Martinez Menlo Park Napa Newark Novato Oakland Redwood City
San Francisco San Jose San Leandro San Mateo San Pablo Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Sonoma* Union City

*Formal action pending

Interactive Bay Day declaration map provided by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG):