9/11 Memorials And Events In The Bay Area Today.

There are ceremonies all over the Bay Area today (and obviously the nation) honoring and remembering all those affected by 9/11. 


A ceremony remembering the terrorist attacks of 9/11 will be held Tuesday at the 9/11 Memorial Garden in downtown Napa which features actual steel from the Twin Towers. For more information, click here.

San Francisco:

All San Francisco Fire stations will be holding ceremonies this morning, marking the 17th year since the 9/11 terrorist attacks. 

1. 0645 Hours PST - Apparatus roll out of bays, flanking the driveways on both sides.

2. 0658 Hours PST - Fire Department personnel assemble at attention in front of individual Station flag pole (or central location in front of station).

3. 0659 Hours PST - Time of South Tower Collapse - Apparatus bell rings 3-3-3- (3 sets of 3 chimes each). This signifies "The Last Alarm".

4. 0700 Hours PST - Lower Station flag to half-staff, observe one minute of silence.

5. 0702 Hours PST - Recognition Service - Read names aloud of each of the 343 Firefighters from FDNY.

6. Flags will remain at half-staff for the remainder of the day.


MPD & ConFire Station 14, will lead a flag raising ceremony on 9/11 at 8am to honor everyone who died on Sept 11, 2001. It will be held at the 9-11 memorial site at the Amtrak station, which consists of steel girders removed from the World Trade Center.  

Below are a few other things going on that you may want to know about.


Jack and Carolyn talked about it on the air. Listen here: 

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