08
Mar
2022
San Francisco
Hotel Nikko
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA
United States of America

On Emergency Services Day, the Rotary Club of San Francisco annually honors outstanding representatives of the departments that we depend on for our health and public safety: the Department of Public Health, the Fire Department, the Office of City Administrator, the Police Department, the Sheriff, and the Coast Guard.

Each honoree has made a special contribution to our health and safety, including heroic acts by first responders as well as implementation of innovative ideas in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

All honorees are selected by the leadership of their department. Emergency Services Day provides a public forum where department leaders thank and congratulate the award winners, cheered on by an appreciative audience. All of the honorees will attend along with their friends and family, and the top brass of each department.

We'll hear the story of each honoree. The Club awards each honoree with a night on the town with their special someone.

Our first Emergency Services Day was held in 1987. Year after year, this event has been the one to celebrate the outstanding heroes in our community and has grown to be one of the most popular luncheons of the Rotary year. Register soon, as it is sure to sell out!

Doors open at 11:30AM. Please arrive (or connect) early enough to be in place before the program begins at noon.

For Club members and visitors there is a $45 charge for in-person attendance (which covers the cost of your lunch) and a $10 fee to attend via Zoom. There is no charge for in-person or Zoom attendance for honorees and other invited guests.

Registration for in-person attendance at the Hotel Nikko closes on March 2. We cannot accommodate walk-ins. Zoom registration will remain open until the event is underway.

Click here to register for in-person attendance. IN-PERSON REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

Click here to register for attendance via Zoom.

Proof of Vaccination Required

To maximize the health and safety of Rotarians, guests, speakers, and the staff at the Hotel Nikko (where we meet), all in-person attendees must provide proof of vaccination. Masks are optional during the event. We recommend that fully vaccinated individuals wear masks when the risk may be high.