Annual Reports

The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy sends an annual report to the community. It is our most important document, celebrating the impact we've made in the last year. Find our most recent annual report and past reports below.

Share

Cover of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy's 2019 Report to the Community: 'Bridging People and Parks'


2019 Annual Report: 'Bridging People and Parks'

In our Golden Gate National Parks, bridges are focal points and starting points. They soar above us, forcing us to stop and look no matter how many times we’ve seen them before. Then they connect us to new adventures.

In 2018 and 2019, bridging took on special meaning as the Conservancy entered a new era of leadership. This is a moment to celebrate our accomplishments and park transformations, many within sight of the Golden Gate Bridge. At the same time, we look to the future and all its possibilities.

Check out our full 2019 Report to the Community here, including stirring videos, fun interactive graphics, and the stories of people who have been instrumental in bridging people to parks, past to future, and even father to daughter.

2019 Report to the Community online presentation >>
Download the PDF >>


Past Annual Reports

Read about the work we all do to preserve our natural and cultural resources for future generations, cultivate an enduring community of stewards, and ensure that our national parks are wholly accessible, inclusive, and relevant for all.


Past annual reports:
2018 Annual Report (online) >>
2018 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2017 Annual Report (online) >>
2017 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2016 Annual Report (online) >>
2016 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2015 Annual Report (online) >>
2014 Annual Report (online) >>
2014 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2013 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2012 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2011 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2010 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2009 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2008 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2007 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2006 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2005 Annual Report (PDF) >>
2004 Annual Report (PDF) >>

You Can Ensure That Our Parks Will Always Welcome All

More than ever, we need public lands where communities can come together