Treasure Island Fleet Weekend 2017 Advisory

Public Air Show Viewing Strongly Discouraged

Due to current construction activities related to the Treasure Island Development Project, the Treasure Island Development Authority is strongly discouraging the general public from visiting Treasure Island to view Air Show and related on-water activities during Fleet Week 2017, October 2nd through October 9th.

On-Island viewing areas and parking spaces are extremely limited for both the weekday Air Show rehearsals and the weekend Fleet Week Air Shows.  Many parking areas used by the public in prior years are now inaccessible.  Traffic delays onto and off of the Islands are to be expected throughout Development Project activities, including during Fleet Week 2017. 

Bay Area residents who have previously viewed the Air Show activity from Treasure Island are encouraged to instead view the activities this year from San Francisco at one of the official Fleet Week event locations along the San Francisco Waterfront.

There is no impact to the MUNI 25 bus route, but Island residents should be still be prepared for increased traffic along Avenue of the Palms, particularly post-event, from 4:00PM-6:00PM each day. Avenue H is recommended for local Island traffic use these days. DPT officers will be on-site Saturday and Sunday, October 7 and 8 to assist with traffic control and protection of the residential parking areas from vehicles without Treasure Island Parking Permits.

Full information on Fleet Week 2017 activities in San Francisco is available at:

The Treasure Island Development Authority thanks you in advance for your cooperation.