Department of Public Works
Apple’s plan to build a new flagship store in San Francisco’s Union Square has been complicated by seven 35-foot tall trees that line the sidewalk on Stockton Street and the question now is whether the trees can be removed to make way for the project.
A man who was fatally struck by a garbage truck while on a work crew for San Francisco’s Human Services Agency in the city’s Bayview District Thursday morning has been identified.
AT&T is following through with a plan to sue the City of San Francisco over their objection to the locations of 4-foot-high utility boxes on city sidewalks.
The Castro Streetscape project will help beautify Castro Street, while also making it more friendly for pedestrians.
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.
Food trucks in San Francisco’s Financial District will soon have to follow the same parking rules as everyone else, following new regulations that became law last month.
Recently, the City of San Francisco has placed the care of trees along sidewalks, also known as street trees, in the hands of residents. For some property owners, the move has proved costly.
The San Francisco Department of Public Works threw open its doors Thursday to let school kids get their hands on big machinery, and just maybe consider a future in the building trades.
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.