• View of the Golden Gate Bridge, taken from the Marin Headlands, looking towards San Francisco at sunrise.

    Golden Gate

    National Recreation Area California

Our Staff & Offices

Frank Dean, General Superintendent
Email the General Superintendent | (415) 561-4720

Aaron Roth, Deputy Superintendent
Email the Deputy Superintendent | (415) 561-4720

Steven Maged, Chief of Administration
Email the Chief of Administration | (415) 561-4765

Abby Sue Fisher, Chief of Cultural Resources
Email the Chief of Cultural Resources | (415) 561-4709

Daphne Hatch, Chief of Natural Resources Management & Research
Email the Chief of Natural Resources | (415) 289-1840

Michele Gee, Chief of Interpretation & Education
Email the Chief of Interpretation | (415) 561-4759

Don Mannel, Chief of Maintenance
Email the Chief of Maintenance | (415) 561-4951

Jessica Carter, Chief of Business Management
Email the Chief of Business Management | (415) 561-4993

Howard Levitt, Director of Communications & Partnerships
Email the Director of Communications & Partnerships | (415) 561-4730

Alexandra Picavet, Public Affairs Specialist
Email the Public Affairs Specialist | (415) 561-4732

Nancy Hornor, Chief of Planning & Compliance
Email the Chief of Planning | (415) 561-4937

Kevin Cochary, Chief of Visitor & Resource Protection
Email the Chief of Visitor & Resource Protection | (415) 331-8627

Michael Savidge, Strategic Planning & Partnership Development (NPS Project Director, America's Cup)
Email the park's Strategic Planner | (415) 561-4725

General Park Information (415) 561-4700

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy (415) 561-3000

Presidio Trust (415) 561-5300

Fee Program Office
Administers park fee collection program and Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act (FLREA) projects. (415) 561-4782

Did You Know?

Beach at Crissy Field

One of the oldest tidal gauges in the country at Crissy Field shows 8 inches of sea level rise over the past 100 years (a rate 2 to 10 times higher than the previous 5000 years). We could see 2 to 3 more rise in the next 100 years.