Folks hitting the road after the Warriors victory parade or before City Hall's big centennial celebration might have another issue to contend with Friday, as President Barack Obama is scheduled to arrive in the Bay Area tomorrow afternoon.
According to the Associated Press, Obama will land at SFO at 1 p.m. Friday, following a Thursday spent at various swanky Los Angeles shindigs.
The AP reports that the president will spend this evening first at "an event at the home of Two and A Half Men creator Chuck Lorre in Pacific Palisades, followed by dinner at the home of filmmaker Tyler Perry in Beverly Hills."
The next day, he'll schlep up here for far less glamorous activities, addressing the 83rd annual meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel, CBS5 reports.
He'll also attend fundraisers for the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, including "a roundtable at the home of venture capitalist Shervin Pishevar, with around 30 supporters attending and donating $33,400 each," and a $10,000-a-person reception hosted by billionaire Tom Steyer.
San Franciscans attending the Warriors celebration will probably start heading back to SF at around 2 p.m., organizers say. San Francisco's City Hall centennial, which will close several streets in the Civic Center area and is expected to draw between 10-15,000 people, will run from 6-10 p.m Friday night.
Add to the mix Obama's trips across SF and you've got the potential for a traffic disaster.
"As [Obama] travels around the city you can expect delays as the motorcade travels. We do shut down streets," San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Officer Grace Gatpandan told KTVU.
Following his fundraisers, Obama is scheduled to crash in SF for the night. He'll leave SFO at around 9:40 a.m. Saturday.