On the first official day of fall, San Francisco will also have a new public service announcement.
Wednesday Sept. 22 will be the City's first official "Please Don't Jump Day," which is meant to raise awarness about suicide prevention.
Supervisor David Campos introduced a resolution to support the group 1-800-SUICIDE, who is behind the campaign. The move is symbolic, if nothing else, since the City is home to one of the most well-known suicide locations in the world and local band Third Eye Blindhas written the well-known anti-suicide antheme, "Jumper."
Meanwhile bridge officials and the City are working on erecting a controversial suicide barrier.