Department of Public Works
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
All told, more than 1 1/2 tons of confetti filled the street following the Giants parade.
San Francisco is putting together a series of events over the next month aimed at giving residents a chance to see what a revitalized Market Street could be like in the future.
A large homeless encampment under the King Street connector to Interstate 280 in San Francisco next to Caltrain tracks was being cleared out Tuesday, although many of the displaced said they plan to return.
Someone has been dumping garbage on the streets and in the parks in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood, and neighbors are outraged.
In less than a month, skaters will be grinding rails and doing half pipes in East Palo Alto at a brand new 5000 square foot skate park.
Some of San Francisco’s busiest corridors are getting a clean up and restoration through a Department of Public Works program.
San Francisco’s Department of Public Works wants to turn maintenance of city trees over to private property owners in the near future.
Several dozen applicants spent a long, wet weekend waiting in line on San Francisco’s 10th St., eager for a change at a simplified and less expensive permit for vending trucks.
A lawsuit has been filed against two San Francisco companies for allegedly dumping tons of roofing material in the Bayview-Hunters Point area.