COVID Recovery: San Francisco City Hall Reopens For Weddings, Celebrates Pride KickoffOfficials in San Francisco on Monday were able to mark the reopening of City Hall for the first time in over a year with another momentous occasion: the raising of the Pride flag to celebrate the annual LGBTQ Pride Month Kickoff.
San Francisco City Hall to Reopen Monday as PlannedSan Francisco City Hall will open to the public on Monday for the first time in 15 months, and most offices will be open for full service, officials said on Saturday.
COVID Deaths: SF, Oakland, San Jose City Halls Lit In Amber As Part Of National Tribute To VictimsCity Halls in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and California's capitol building were lit up in amber on the eve of the Biden/Harris inauguration as part of a nationwide tribute to more than 400,000 Americans who died of COVID-19.
COVID: Vallejo City Hall Closed To Public Due To Surge In Coronavirus CasesThe city of Vallejo is closing City Hall to the public due to the surge in coronavirus cases, effective December 15.
Protesters Outside S.F. City Hall Demand End to Coronavirus LockdownOn Friday outside San Francisco's city hall, about 75 to 100 protesters called for a loosening of the coronavirus lockdown.
Mountain View Rent Control Measure D Stirs Heated DebateThe battle over rent control in Mountain View is heating up as city officials try to define what is fair for renters and landlords.
Prefab 'Granny Units' Eliminate Red Tape For Homeowners Who Need More SpaceA start-up company on the Peninsula is offering homeowners a chance to place an “Auxiliary Housing Unit” or ADU in their backyard without having to deal with the bureaucracy of city hall.
San Jose Officials Bake In City Hall With Glitchy Air ConditioningCity Hall in San Jose is only 14 years old, but the building's cooling system is apparently out of date.
Activists, Bay Area Leaders Rally To Protect Reproductive RightsActivists and political leaders in the Bay Area joined thousands across the country Tuesday to organize against restrictive nationwide changes to abortion law and gender-based services.
Oakland Mayor Schaaf Takes Oath Of Office For Second Term
Berkeley To Turn Old City Hall Into Homeless ShelterThe Berkeley City Council voted to convert the old city hall building into an emergency homeless shelter, and the decision has prompted mixed reactions from locals.
Controversial Statue Removed From San Francisco Civic CenterOnly the concrete base remained early Friday after work crews worked overnight to remove a 19th century statue near San Francisco City Hall that activists say was racist and demeaning to indigenous people.
S.F. Board of Supervisors' Vote Throws Police Commission Into ChaosA surprise vote at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday has rendered the San Francisco Police Commission inoperable for the next two months.
Former Sheriff And Supervisor Mirkarimi Skips Dog Court HearingMore bad press for ex-San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi Thursday as the former lawman was a no-show in court.
Mayor Schaaf Says Councilwoman Dubbed 'Trump of Oakland' Must GoOakland Mayor Libby Schaaf claims Councilmember Desley Brooks has "been nicknamed the Donald Trump of Oakland...has engaged in unethical and abusive behavior" and "infected the civility of the council chambers."