What You Need to Know….
The Grand Hyatt Hotel—steps away from Union Square No matter how many times you’ve been here, there is always something new
A limited block of guest rooms has been reserved for conference attendees be- and different in San Francisco. For the most up-to-date information, visit the
ginning Tuesday, January 29 through Saturday, February 2. Reservations may City’s official visitors’ website at: www.sfcvb.org.
be made by calling the hotel directly at (415) 398-1234 or (800) 233-1234.
Please ask for the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s 2002 CRA Conference CANCELLATION POLICY
block to secure the special group rate.
Cancellations must be received in writing via fax or mail by January 3, 2002.
After January 3rd, refunds will not be granted, however, substitutions will be
Room Rate: $219 single/ $239 double occupancy*
permitted. Please direct cancellation or substitution requests to:
* Hyatt Gold Passport members will receive credit for their stay
Mary Malone, Conference Registrar.
Reservation Deadline: January 3, 2002 (Rooms reserved after this date will be
confirmed on a space and rate available basis only.) SPECIAL NEEDS
Please contact Mary Malone at (415) 974-2871 to discuss special arrange-
JANUARY WEATHER ments, or with dietary requests.
January in San Francisco is known for crisp days that are sometime wet, some-
times not. One thing is certain, you won’t see snow. Bring an umbrella just in ATTIRE
case, but don’t forget your sunglasses. Temperatures range from the mid-40’s to Appropriate attire for the duration of the conference is business casual.
high-50’s. Our best advice — check the weather service.
TRANSPORTATION Specific questions regarding the 2002 conference program can be
San Francisco is most conveniently accessed via the San Francisco Interna- directed to:
tional Airport. Oakland International is another option to consider. Frequent Lena Robinson
shuttles and taxis are available to all the major hotels. Car rentals should be Community Affairs Specialist
arranged in advance, but may be made at the airport at the time of arrival. A Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
word of caution—parking is worrisome and expensive in the city. Taxis are a Phone: (415) 974-2717
much better option. firstname.lastname@example.org