San Francisco Public Works Employees Demand Safe Dedicated Restrooms During The PandemicUnion leaders representing more than 350 San Francisco Public Works employees are calling on Mayor London Breed and the Board of Supervisors to require the city to provide dedicated restrooms for its workers.
SF, Glide Memorial Launch Free COVID-19 Testing Site In San Francisco's TenderloinA pop-up free COVID-19 test site is will be located in the parking lot adjacent to 330 Ellis St. on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is made possible by the SF Department of Public Health and Glide Memorial Church,
SF Supe Introduces Anti-Corruption Legislation In Wake Of Public Works ScandalIn the wake of the release of a preliminary report probing a public corruption scandal in San Francisco's Dept. of Public Works, Sup. Matt Haney will introduce an anti-corruption legislative package.
San Francisco Contractor Pleads Guilty In Nuru Corruption ScandalCourt documents unsealed Wednesday named a San Francisco contractor as the latest defendant involved in Mohammed Nuru Public Works scandal to plead guilty to charges, according to law enforcement.
Alameda Homeowners Looking At Spike In Storm Drain Fees To Help Avert FloodingAlameda residents could see their fees more than double to keep the city's storm drains open, and people are asking why the sudden spike.
Anti-Homeless Boulders Removed From San Francisco StreetThe large boulders that mysteriously appeared on a San Francisco street meant to drive away homeless tents and drug dealing were trucked away by the city on Monday.
San Francisco's 24/7 Public Toilet Pilot Program Aims To Flush Out Dirty StreetsSan Francisco has developed a reputation for having human waste on the streets. To combat the problem, the city began a pilot program Monday to keep three public toilets open 24 hours a day.
Toney San Francisco Homeowners Repay City For Decade Of Free WaterAn exclusive San Francisco street that has made plenty of headlines of late is getting new attention for excessive water use that tax payers have been footing the bill for over the past decade.
Business Owner Says Mission District's Graffiti Problem WorseningTaggers have been leaving their mark in San Francisco's Mission District for years, but residents and business owners say graffiti problem has recently gotten much worse.
Business Owner Says San Francisco's Graffiti Problem WorseningTaggers have been leaving their mark in San Francisco's Mission District for years, but residents and business owners say graffiti problem has recently gotten much worse.
As Rain Approaches, SF Officials Ask Residents To Keep Storm Drains CleanPublic works officials are asking residents to help prevent flooding by sweeping up leaves from the sidewalk.
'Illegal' Bernie Graffiti Stencils On SF Sidewalks, Utility BoxesThe taggers who stenciled the word 'Bernie' on sidewalks and utility boxes in San Francisco broke the law, but will most likely get away with it.
Could Pee-Resistant Paint Curb San Francisco’s Public Urination Problem?San Francisco's Department of Public Works is looking into a liquid-resistant paint that would actually splash back at offenders who pee in public on sidewalks walls and in the streets.
San Francisco Gets More Than $203,000 To Solve Longtime Problem Of Human Feces On StreetsThe Tenderloin Pit Stop pilot program, that provides portable toilets and sinks, used needle receptacles and dog waste stations, has been extended.
Survey Says Twitter Headquartered In San Francisco’s 'Dirtiest' Commercial CorridorThe four-block stretch of San Francisco’s Market Street from 7th to 11th streets is the dirtiest commercial corridor according to a new survey by city controller’s office.