Save the Flower Market


We are a community of floral designers in the Northern California Bay Area who have come together to save our beloved flower market.

The San Francisco Flower Mart is the greatest flower market in the country and brings over 100 years of prosperity to our city by the bay.

We are banding together to put a stop to the temporary move of the Flower Market to the piers on the Embarcadero. This would be the end of our Flower Market as we know it.

Please join us in our crusade to ensure that our Flower Market stays intact and continues to thrive for the next 100 years.


  • Click the link to read and sign our petition to save the San Francisco Flower Market from a move to the Embarcadero Piers!  


  • Meet Mayoral Candidate Mark Leno at the SF Flower Market!
    April 13th : 9:30 a.m.


Mailing List 

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Make a Difference

YOU can make a difference!

The flower market embodies what makes San Francisco special with its rich history & diversity. The San Francisco flower market supports growers, wholesalers, artist, minorities, small business owners, and hundreds of families and we pride ourselves in generating over 100 years of profitability for the city by the bay.

A move to the piers is bad for business, traffic, safety, quality of life and the environment.

We are asking for your help by sending a message to the city officials that the piers are not an acceptable temporary home for our flower market and to honor the signed agreement by moving it to 2000 Marin Street.

Together we can save our flower market!

Your voice matters, let it be heard!

Thank you

Mark Ferrell:

Supervisor Jane Kim :

London Breed :

Art Agnos :

Angela Alioto:

Mark Leno :

Economic Development Division :

Todd Rufo :

Workforce Development Division :

Office of mall business :

Amy Farah Weiss :

Hillary Ronen :

Malia Cohen :

Rich Hillis-President San Francisco Planning Department :

Myrna Melgar-Vice President San Francisco Planning Department:

Steve Wertheim, San Francisco Planning Department : 

Rodney Fong, San Francisco Planning Department :

Joel Koppel, San Francisco Planning Department :

Kathrin Moore, San Francisco Planning Department :

Dennis Richard :