San Francisco Mayor Breed Says Proposition H Could Take Effect Earlier Than Jan. 1A city measure aimed at helping small businesses that was approved by more than 60 percent of San Francisco voters during this month's elections could take effect earlier than Jan. 1, Mayor London Breed said Thursday.
San Francisco Mayor Announces Groundbreaking of New Homeless Housing ProjectSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday that developers were breaking ground on a new housing project for the homeless in the Mission Bay district of the city.
COVID: San Francisco Orders Non-Essential Offices Closed, Cuts Gym Capacities In Return To Red TierCity officials in San Francisco announced new COVID-19 restrictions Monday as the state re-assigned the city into the Red Tier over a surge in cases locally and statewide.
San Francisco Supes Criticize Plan To Rehouse 2,300 Homeless Staying In Hotels During PandemicSeveral San Francisco supervisors and homeless service providers on Tuesday blasted a plan by city leaders to rehouse 2,300 individuals currently staying in hotels as part of the city's COVID-19 response.
New Stanford Study Finds Significant COVID Risks From Indoor DiningA new study authored by a Stanford computer scientist found that indoor businesses were the biggest spreaders of COVID-19 -- providing bad news for a restaurant industry struggling during the pandemic.
San Francisco Zoo Celebrates 'World Lemur Day' Along With Boy Who Found MakiIn the spirit of World Lemur Day, San Francisco city officials and the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens on Friday celebrated the 5-year-old boy who helped locate Maki, the lemur that was taken from the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens earlier this month.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Pauses Reduced Restrictions As Case Rates RiseOfficials in San Francisco announced Friday that a rising number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations has led to a pause in expanding business reopenings and allowable activities during the pandemic.
SF Expands Job Training, Placement Program For Thousands Of Low-Income ResidentsA program that provides job training and placement for low-income San Franciscans will now be offered to some 3,600 more residents under a new expansion of the program announced by Mayor London Breed on Tuesday.
'It's Offensive' – Mayor London Breed Says SFUSD Must Focus On Reopening Classrooms Over Renaming SchoolsMayor London Breed pushed back on plans by the San Francisco Unified School District to rename dozens of schools over namesakes deemed objectionable, saying reopening classrooms should be the top priority.
Bay Area Leaders Push Back On Climate Plan's 60% Work From Home MandateSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on Wednesday joined Bay Area state leaders in raising concerns about the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's Plan Bay Area 2050.
San Francisco To Launch Universal Basic Income Pilot Program for ArtistsMayor London Breed on Thursday said she plans to immediately implement a number of proposals from a new report on San Francisco's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, including a universal basic income (UBI) program that will provide $1,000 a month for local artists.
State Sen. Scott Wiener Announces Renewed Push For Safe Injection SitesState Sen. Scott Wiener on Thursday announced he's planning on reintroducing legislation to legalize safe injection sites when the state Legislature reconvenes in December.
Mayor Breed Signs SF’s $13.6 Billion Budget For 2020-2021"This was, without a doubt, the most challenging budget I've ever experienced putting together, and I'm proud of everyone who worked on it," Mayor Breed said in a statement.
San Francisco Announces New Permitting Process for Outdoor EntertainmentSan Francisco businesses will soon be able to hold outdoor concerts and live entertainment through a new permitting process, as the city continues to slowly ease restrictions in the face of COVID-19, city officials announced Friday.
San Francisco City Attorney Suing Alleged Tenderloin Drug DealersSan Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced Thursday that his office is trying to stopping drug dealers in the Tenderloin by suing them.