San Francisco city officials asked residents Friday to cut back on their water usage.
After Gov. Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency for California’s drought last week, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is asking customers to cut back water usage by ten percent.
San Francisco is a step closer to banning questions about criminal backgrounds on applications for jobs and housing in what is called the “Fair Chance” law, which received widespread support at Monday’s supervisor’s meeting.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is waiving the new taxi driver permit application fee until the end of March, in hopes of attracting new drivers.
They have complained the boxes are unsightly, an eyesore, and too large for their streets.
Many PG&E customers are experiencing sticker shock this month as they open their latest gas bill that reflects last month’s record-setting cold snap.
Since New Year’s Eve, three pedestrians have been fatally struck by vehicles on San Francisco streets. The rise in deaths has prompted the mayor and police chief to take action to make streets safer.
Friends of the Urban Forest want the City of San Francisco to once again be in charge of city trees and have a proposal, but so far funding has been the main issue.
Two nude activists got married in front of San Francisco City Hall on Thursday and were promptly arrested and issued a citation.
Responding to a lack of affordable housing in San Francisco, Mayor Ed Lee announced an executive order putting construction of new units on the fast track. The move comes amid protests over an increasing number of evictions under the state’s Ellis Act.