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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS) — San Francisco officials renamed a portion of Golden Gate Park after comedic legend, Robin Williams.

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The Robin Williams Meadow commemorates the comedian.

An effort to attach Williams’ name to the meadow began two years ago.

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Robin Williams (Photo by Car Court/Getty Images)

Robin Williams | Credit: Car Court/Getty Images

Its unveiling comes on the same weekend as the city’s 38th annual free Comedy Day festival.

Williams made his home in the community of Tiburon and was a fixture around San Francisco.

The Robin Williams Meadow Credit: CBS3

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Robin Williams died in his home in 2014.

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He was just 63-years-old.