Be sure to check the signage to avoid getting a fine. Currently, the GGNRA has not responded to our request. The Proposed Rule is a draft regulation based on the Preferred Alternative in the Draft Dog Management Plan/Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) that would govern where and how people would be able to enjoy the park with their dogs – on and off leash – as well as parameters for responsible dog walking and where to experience a dog-free visit to the park. The GGNRA continued to abide by the 1979 Pet Policy until 2001. In June 2014, the Board of Supervisors from Marin, SF, and San Mateo counties submitted a letter articulating their serious opposition regarding the GGNRA’s preferred alternatives and the significant reduction of open space for dog walking and recreation access. Dogs allowed on leash at some trails. At Fort Funston, beach access will be largely unchanged. No leashes are necessary on the beach, as long as your pupper stays under voice control. William E., Business Manager 3 months ago 1 person found this helpful. As of this moment, the GGNRA anticipates that they will release the Proposed Rule in early November. CFDG provided some pragmatic suggestions and hopefully the GGNRA will incorporate them. Fort Miley: All off-leash dog walking recreation will be eliminated. On leash the rest of airfield and on Promenade. Here is a copy of the letter we sent: PBS Newshour aired a segment on October 9, 2015 regarding the GGNRA’s Dog Management Plan issue. Support Crissy Field Dog Group with donations – financial support is especially needed for our legal fees that result from efforts to attain our mission. The final rule is expected to be finalized by December 2016 and implementation would begin in early 2017. and provide you with a customized experience. You can enjoy the views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. On February 9th, the GGNRA released an announcement that their General Management Plan (GMP) was signed on January 30, 2015 by Christine Lenhertz, the National Park Service’s (NPS) Western Regional Director. All other trails on leash or no dogs. CONTACT US - The GGNRA released the Proposed Rule for Dog Management today and it’s looking pretty grim for off leash spaces in the proposed rule. GGNRA dog rule: https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-ins…, Submit comments via the internet to GGNRA rule: http://www.regulations.gov/#!submit… or go to http://www.regulations.gov/ (Enter RIN-1024-AE16). The GGNRA released their Supplemental EIS in 2014. That stretch will be an off-leash area. A perfect spot to let the dogs run freely. No leashes are necessary on the beach, as long as your pupper stays under voice control. Here is the link to the segment…http://youtu.be/23CPWqG1f60. Crissy Field West Buff Beach will have your pup leaping for joy! CFDG has been working closely with US Rep. Jackie Speier’s office about the Dog Management Plan/Rule issue.
Baker Beach - Coastal Trail, Picnic Areas, Sand Ladder, Beach Access Trails, & Parking Lots: On-Leash Only: Crissy Field - Airfield, East & Central Beaches, Promenade. Visit the CFDG website often to get updated information. “I understand the need to protect our public lands and our beloved snowy plovers,” she wrote. Pet parents are asked to keep their pals leashed in other areas of Crissy Field Park, and check the signage. Baker Beach: dogs on leash only And other areas in SF, Marin and San Mateo did not see many changes either. Permit-holders at Fort Funston will have to stay south of the Funston Beach Trail. The Crissy Airfield, which currently has no dog restrictions, will become 20 percent on-leash, 40 percent off-leash and 40 percent dog-free. google_ad_client = "pub-5951050889544166"; The NPS did not incorporate input from the thousands of Bay Area residents who had submitted public comments opposing the restrictions in earlier environmental review plan versions. The DMP is currently under review and revision by the GGNRA and it is anticipated that the EIS will be finalized in Fall, 2015.

The northern section of the Coastal Trail is off-limits. And here is the link to the maps  Proposed Rule for Dog Management in the GGNRA. Crissy Field's East Beach has everything you need for a furtastic time, just be sure to bring your pups favorite stick to throw in the water! The standard regulations regarding dogs in national parks basically restrict dogs to on-leash and in parking lots only. Many thanks go to CFDG members Nancy Solari and Bill Moffett in supporting the construction of the dog shower!!
1199 East Beach. To date, CFDG has requested a 180 day public comment review period to the GGNRA two times. Crissy Field’s beach, which currently welcomes off-leash dogs, will soon be divided into an off-leash beach and a dog-free beach. This is the tenth time we have requested this extension without any movement from the GGNRA. October 23, 2015: CFDG sent a letter to NPS Director Jon Jarvis today regarding the release of the GGNRA’s Dog Management Proposed Rule. Join Crissy Field Dog Group – support our mission and help us to keep you informed. Send your written or hand delivered comments to: Be sure to include the RIN-1024-AE16 number on your letter and envelope.

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