• Petitioned Monique Moyer

This petition was delivered to:

Executive Director of the Port of San Francisco
Monique Moyer
President of the Port Commission
Doreen Woo Ho
San Francisco Mayor
Edwin M. Lee
District 6 Supervisor
Jane Kim
California Governor
Edmund G. Brown, Jr.


    1. Juraj  Martanovic
    2. Petition by

      Juraj Martanovic



The Warriors Project should not be built on Pier 30-32 because Pier 30-32 is a very unique piece of property.  Pier 30-32 belongs to the state land trust.  Pier 30-32 should therefore serve all Californians as public access to the SF Bay. The proposed Project will strip this part of waterfront of its uniqueness.


The Embarcadero cannot support any more traffic. The Embarcadero is already congested due to Giants games, The Ferry Building Farmers’ Market, the cruise ship terminal, the Exploratorium and  Pier 38 (once open for business).  The Embarcadero is the only access to all of those waterfront locations, and it has reached its capacity for traffic.


The Warriors Project will greatly obstruct both San Francisco Bay and Bay Bridge views. The Warriors Project does not need water access. Other acceptable sites to build this project are available.


Noise is also a form of unacceptable pollution, and we are already enduring noise coming from loud fans, fireworks, ground and air traffic during Giants games, concerts and other events.  Another arena in such close proximity would most likely double the already unacceptable noise pollution.

Given the amounts of unacceptable levels of plastic and garbage that end up in the SF Bay after every Giants game, it is clear that the adverse environmental impact on our Bay would only increase.

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    3. Reached 250 signatures
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      Petition Started to Oppose Warriors Waterfront Arena

      It should come as no surprise that a petition has been started to oppose the proposed Warriors arena on Piers 30-32. Started by San Francisco resident Juraj Martanovic, the petition needs 4,890 signatures and at the time of posting had a mere 110. The petition breaks down the opposition into several sections.

    8. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • yvonne walker SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 3 months ago

      staling waterfront property for a closed building is stupid, putting that much activity on the waterfront is also a mistake. pick another location.

    • Rod Wessel SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 3 months ago

      preserve our water front bay

    • Patty Jaundzems SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 3 months ago

      It needs to be left an open, accessible public space.

    • John Cornwell SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 3 months ago

      This project will create both a local and regional traffic nightmare 200+ evening per year.

    • Kenneth Kolby SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 3 months ago

      traffic is horrible now as it is. A wall is really worse.


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