Mayor London Breed Calls For Street Wellness Response Team To Help San Francisco's HomelessSan Francisco Mayor London Breed is attempting to create a new medical and social service response program for the city's homeless residents as an alternative to police responses to 911 and 311 calls for non-violent behavior.
Muni to Reopen All Metro Subway Stations, Debut New Bus RouteThe San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA) plans to reopen all subway stations and introduce a new temporary bus route this Saturday.
Big City Mayors Call On State To Allocate $20 Billion Over 5 Years To Curb HomelessnessCalifornia's Big City Mayors, a coalition of mayors from the 13 largest cities, are calling on the state to allocate half of its $40 billion surplus to local governments to curb and end homelessness.
Report: Judge Dismisses French Laundry Lawsuit Against Insurer Over COVID-19 ReliefA judge dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday brought by popular restaurant French Laundry against its insurance company over COVID-19 funding, ruling that a virus exclusion in the contract holds up.
Mayor London Breed Nominates City Attorney Dennis Herrera To Lead SFPUCMayor London Breed on Monday said she has nominated City Attorney Dennis Herrera to lead the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission as general manager.
Earth Day: Breed Says San Francisco Ahead On Climate Goals, Seeks Carbon Neutrality By 2045Mayor London Breed marked Earth Day by announcing San Francisco is ahead of schedule in its goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and has set an ambitious goal to be carbon neutral by 2045.
COVID Relief: Applications for San Francisco Music and Entertainment Venue Grants Set to OpenCity officials announced Monday that the San Francisco Music and Entertainment Venue Recovery Fund will start accepting applications for grants starting this week.
COVID Vaccine: San Francisco, Santa Clara County Open Eligibility to All Residents Age 16 and UpHealth officials in San Francisco and Santa Clara County on Tuesday announced they were expanding COVID vaccine eligibility to all people age 16 and up effective immediately.
Mayor Breed: Federal Aid Will Help City Recover, Avoid LayoffsDuring a virtual chat with U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh, Mayor London Breed credited federal aid from Pres. Joe Biden for providing a chance at economic recovery.
SF Unveils Guaranteed Income Pilot Program For Artists Disproportionately Affected By PandemicSan Francisco artists will begin receiving $1,000 a month in guaranteed income under a pilot program to support those disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor London Breed announced Thursday.
Asian American Attacks: San Francisco Mayor Breed Announces New Safety Programs for API CommunityMayor London Breed Wednesday announced new efforts by San Francisco officials to increase public safety and provide support to members of the city's Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community.
COVID: San Francisco Looks At Spending $125M Surplus On Businesses, Residents Struggling In PandemicCity leaders on Wednesday announced $125 million in surplus funds from the current year's budget will be used to help small businesses, arts and culture organizations and vulnerable residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID: San Francisco Launches Workforce Development and Retraining ProgramMayor London Breed on Friday announced a new $28 million economic recovery program that focuses on workforce development and job training to address employment inequities in San Francisco in the wake of COVID-19.
San Francisco Breaks Ground on Affordable Housing for 96 Homeless Residents in SoMaSan Francisco city leaders on Thursday celebrated the groundbreaking of a future affordable housing complex in the city's South of Market neighborhood that is set to provide housing for 96 people exiting homelessness.
COVID Impact: San Francisco's Only Krispy Kreme Shuts Down Due to PandemicThe Krispy Kreme doughnuts in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf, the city’s only Krispy Kreme shop, closed its doors Friday.