JCDecaux Kiosk Activation Program

Image of an artist sitting inside a kiosk with their arts and crafts on display

Artist Liz Boeder | Photo by Douglas Zimmerman/SFGATE

Thank you for your interest in the JCDecaux San Francisco Kiosk activation program.

The Kiosk activation program is a collaboration between the City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco Public Works, and JCDecaux.

The program is managed and run entirely by JCDecaux.

Collectively, the programs goal is to create and build opportunities for local artists and nonprofits through the use of the kiosks.  Applications submitted must meet listed guidelines. 

To submit an application for a kiosk, please review the guidelines and apply HERE

Forms must be completed in full to apply for the Kiosk program. (Form also includes a link to a map of currently available kiosks.) 

Due to the high volume of initial requests, please anticipate some delay in their availability to respond to your application.

We appreciate your enthusiasm and dedication to activating the streets of San Francisco with your craft.

For any questions or concerns, please reach out and contact JCDecaux representatives directly by sending them an email here

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GENERAL INFORMATION

  • There is no fee/rent to participate in this program.
  • General liability insurance is required and shall name JCDecaux and the City and County of San Francisco.
  • Parameters for content and use:
    • Advocacy for political campaigns, candidates and elected officials is not allowed.
    • Activities should not offend, promote hate, bias or violence, and shall meet acceptable community standards within a reasonable First Amendment framework.

WHO CAN APPLY:

We are prioritizing Art Vendors, Local Artists, Art Collectives and Local Nonprofits interested in programming through a community-serving lens. For instance:

  • Local Art Vendors looking to sell their crafts
  • Local Artists looking for site specific activations
  • Local Art Collectives showcasing and/or selling their work
  • Local Nonprofits with arts/community building impact goals
  • Local small businesses/artisans showcasing and/or selling their work

What's Coming Up

Public Meeting

Visual Arts Committee Meeting

December 14
/
3:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Virtual Meeting
Public Meeting

Civic Design Review Committee Meeting

December 12
/
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Virtual Meeting
Public Meeting

Full Arts Commission Meeting

December 05
/
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Hybrid: City Hall | Rm 416 and Online
Public Meeting

Civic Design Review Committee Meeting

December 12
/
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Virtual Meeting