Historic Preservation Commission Holds Off on Vote to Extend Golden Gate Park Ferris WheelCommissioners with the San Francisco Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday held off on making a decision on whether to extend the permit for the 150-foot-tall SkyStar Observation Wheel at Golden Gate Park for four more years.
Future Of Golden Gate Park Ferris Wheel Up For A VoteThe Historic Preservation Commission will vote on the fate of the SkyStar Observation Wheel at Golden Gate Park on Wednesday.
SF Historic Preservation Commission To Consider Contentious Golden Gate Park Ferris Wheel ContractThe proposed four-year extension of 150-foot SkyStar Observation Wheel in Golden Gate Park faces another hurdle Wednesday, when the San Francisco Historic Preservation Commission will review the Recreation and Park Department's request for a certificate of appropriateness.
'Not Until 2025' - Neighbors Clash With Parks Department Over Keeping Ferris Wheel in Golden Gate ParkThe giant Ferris wheel in Golden Gate Park could be around for another four years if San Francisco's parks department gets its way. But the plan has drawn opposition from some groups, who call it an eyesore.
San Francisco Rec & Parks Seeks To Keep Golden Gate Park Ferris Wheel Through 2025Parks officials in San Francisco are seeking to keep the 150-foot observation wheel installed in Golden Gate Park, which has been closed for most of the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, through 2025.
COVID New Year's: No San Francisco Fireworks; Twin Peaks, Beach Parking Lots Closed For NYEAs health experts urge people to ring in 2021 by staying home to slow the spread of COVID-19, San Francisco officials reminded potential revelers that there will be no New Year's fireworks display and access to some landmarks will be closed.
Roaming Raccoons Show No Fear Of Humans In San Francisco's Golden Gate ParkNormally, raccoons are nocturnal, skittish and shy animals. But not the ones we spotted in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, and animal control officials say people have only themselves to blame.
De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo ExhibitThe De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park has opened its doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure in March.
Rangers Oust Musicians From Golden Gate Park, SF's Home To Jamming, Live Music For DecadesThe pandemic has been tough on musicians who now have few places to perform. A recent incident involving a world-class pianist at Golden Gate Park has some wondering where has San Francisco’s spirit gone?
COVID-19 Reopening: Online AIDS Walk San Francisco Raises Nearly $1 MillionOrganizers of the AIDS Walk held annually in San Francisco refused to let the COVID-19 pandemic bring them to a standstill.
San Francisco Archbishop Holds Exorcism At Golden Gate Park Site Where Serra Statue Was ToppledArchbishop Salvatore Cordileone gathered a group of worshipers over the weekend at the site where Black Lives Matter protesters toppled a statue of Father Junipero Serra to conduct a exorcism because "evil is present here."