SF Mayor Breed Backs Homeless Mental Health Care Plan On 2020 BallotSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced on Tuesday that she's backing a comprehensive health care plan for homeless people suffering from mental illness that will be placed on the March 2020 ballot.
El Rio, Popular LGBTQ Bar In San Francisco, To Be Preserved Through City Hall ProgramA popular bar in San Francisco has been acquired through the city's Small Sites Program, ensuring that the space and the apartments located above it will stay permanently affordable.
San Francisco Supes Approve Law Requiring EV Charging Stations In Parking Lots, GaragesSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation to require some city parking lots and garages to provide charging stations for electric vehicles.
San Francisco Includes $3.5M In Budget To Expand School Mental Health ProgramsThe city of San Francisco will expand mental health programs at its public schools to help kids deal with stress, depression, suicide and bullying among others issues, Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Creates Working Group To Review Muni ServiceSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Monday that she is creating a working group to review Municipal Railway service and how to improve it.
San Francisco Police Officers Sue City, Claiming Bias Against Whites In PromotionsThirteen present and former San Francisco police officers sued the city in federal court Tuesday, claiming that they have been discriminated against in promotions because they are white.
Mayor Breed Applauds Lori Lightfoot, Newly Elected Chicago Mayor, On Historic WinSan Francisco mayor London Breed congratulated Lori Lightfoot, the newly elected mayor of Chicago, on her historic win on Tuesday.
SF Supervisor Calls On City To Immediately Help Furloughed WorkersSupervisor Haney called on the city to provide emergency aid for workers impacted by the government shutdown, including free transportation, deferred payments and food assistance.
SF Officials See PG&E Bankruptcy As Chance To Expand Public Power ProgramSan Francisco city officials are viewing PG&E's plans to file for bankruptcy as an opportunity to purchase the utility company's infrastructure and expand the city's public power program.
City Leaders Celebrate Completion Of $551M Moscone Center ExpansionAfter fours years of construction, the expansion to San Francisco's Moscone Center is open for business.
Bright New Streetlights Installed To Increase Visibility, Safety In TenderloinThe Tenderloin, a neighborhood with a reputation of dark deeds and deals happening on dark corners, suddenly has a fresh infusion of safety in the form of new LED streetlights.
Mayor Breed Asks Gov. Brown To Reduce Sentence For Jailed BrotherSF Mayor London Breed confirmed Wednesday she has asked outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown to reduce the prison sentence for her brother, who is currently in prison for a manslaughter conviction.
San Francisco Mayor Seeks More Homeless Housing Through Conservatorship LawSan Francisco Mayor London Breed has introduced citywide legislation to implement a new conservatorship law that helps house and treat homeless people suffering from mental health and substance abuse issues.
San Francisco To Vote On Taxing Rich Businesses To Help HomelessA measure on San Francisco's Nov. 6 ballot would raise taxes on the city's wealthiest companies to help thousands of homeless and mentally ill residents.
SF Mayor Breed Weighs Moving Forward With Drug Injection Site Despite Gov. Brown VetoDriven in part by family tragedy, San Francisco Mayor London Breed has repeatedly pledged to open what could be the first supervised drug injection site in the country.