COVID Impact: San Francisco Chef Traci Des Jardins Cuts Ties With Presidio TrustPopular chef Traci Des Jardins officially ended her relationship with the Presidio Trust Wednesday after her two restaurants she operated in the Presidio were shut down for almost a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reopening: SF Unveils Medical Facility In Presidio For Surge; 'Situation With COVID-19 Is Serious'With COVID-19 cases on the rise, San Francisco health officials announced Thursday they would be opening up a continuing mediccal care facility in the Presidio to allow more beds to be freed up in local hospitals to handle the surge.
Famed Presidio Wooden 'Spire' Sculpture Damaged By Early Tuesday Morning FireAn early brush fire erupted among the cypress groves in San Francisco's Presidio early Tuesday, damaging renowned artist Andy Goldsworthy's wooden 100-foot-tall 'Spire' sculpture, officials said.
Officials Launch Presidio Slow Streets Program; Traffic Prohibited On Select StreetsSeveral streets in San Francisco's Presidio will close to vehicle traffic starting this weekend, adding to other streets elsewhere in the city that have been closed in order to allow pedestrians room to practice social distancing during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: SF Presidio Closing Some Streets To Cars For Pedestrian Social DistancingThe Presidio Trust on Thursday announced the pilot closure this weekend of select roads to vehicle traffic in the Presidio to allow for more physical distancing for pedestrians.
SF Setting Up RVs In Presidio, Other Locations To Quarantine People Exposed To COVID-19 As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in San Francisco reaches 14, the city announced Tuesday it's identifying quarantine locations for those who don't need hospitalization and can't self-isolate.
Part Of Mason St. Near Crissy Field In San Francisco's Presidio To Close For 6 MonthsA section of Mason Street near Crissy Field in San Francisco's Presidio will be closed for about six months starting next week while crews work on a project to create 7 acres of new marshland.
Fort Scott Remains Lone Presidio Site Yet To Be RedevelopedCall it the Presidio’s last frontier, the one big piece of the former military base that has not been assigned a long-term future. And after a lot of discussion, it might just stay that way for the foreseeable future.
Bay Area Honors Fallen Soldiers On Memorial DayThe Bay Area’s largest Memorial Day tribute to America’s veterans and service members took place at the San Francisco National Cemetery Monday.
Man Rescued After Getting Trapped On Cliffside Near Golden Gate BridgeRescuers were working to save a man trapped on the side of a cliff just south of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Monday afternoon.
Historic Theater at S.F. Presidio to Reopen as Performing Arts CenterThe Presidio Theatre will open in September as a performing arts center. The 600-seat proscenium theater has been restored and transformed with modern technical equipment and a large rehearsal space, among other features.
Presidio Trust Receives Proposal To Rehab Fort Winfield ScottThe Presidio Trust has received a proposal to rehabilitate historic Fort Winfield Scott, a 30-acre site at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Owls Evict Hawks From Webcam Nest In San Francisco's PresidioLast week, a pair of great horned owls landed a rare real estate deal for the Bay Area: squatters rights to a nest with a view previously occupied by red-tailed hawks, Presidio Trust officials said Monday.
Gov't Shutdown Brings Reduced Services to Golden Gate National Recreation AreaDuring the partial shutdown of the federal government most physical spaces that make up the Golden Gate National Recreation Area will remain open, though services will be substantially curtailed.
Saplings Created From DNA Of Massive Redwood Planted In PresidioA scientific breakthrough is allowing scientists to bring back ancient trees once thought to be lost forever, planting the seeds for those ancient redwoods in San Francisco's Presidio.