San Francisco To Reopen Modified Summer Camps And Programs June 15San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Friday that the city's summer camps and programs would reopen on June 15 with some modifications limiting capacity and certain activities to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Supervisors Blast Mayor Breed Over Failure To Secure Hotel Rooms For HomelessSan Francisco city supervisors and homeless advocates on Tuesday denounced Mayor London Breed’s refusal to acquire more than 8,000 hotel rooms to protect the city’s homeless from the coronavirus as part of an emergency ordinance approved unanimously by supervisors earlier this month.
Coronavirus Update: SF Mayor Announces Expanded Mental Health Care For First RespondersSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Wednesday expanded access to mental health services for first responders and all health care workers as the city grapples with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Mayor Announces Launch Of New COVID-19 Data TrackerSan Francisco Mayor London Breed and the city's Department of Public Health launched a new online coronavirus data tracker Tuesday, offering detailed case, death, demographic, hospitalization and transmission data.
Coronavirus Effect To Increase San Francisco Budget Deficit To More Than $1 BillionA new report released Tuesday by San Francisco city leaders projected the city’s budget deficit for the upcoming two-year budget could increase to more than $1 billion as a result of the novel coronavirus.
SF Mayor: City to Suspend Utilities Shutoffs; Waive Late-Payment PenaltiesDuring the COVID-19 outbreak, water and power in San Francisco will not be shut off due to delinquent payments and penalties will be waived for late payments to SF Muni or the public utilities commission, Mayor London Breed said Saturday.
SFUSD To Close Lakeshore Elementary Immediately As 4 Students Report Respiratory IllnessAll San Francisco Unified School District schools except Lakeshore Elementary will stay open for the time being as the city seeks ways to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
San Francisco Rolling Out 2 More Homeless Navigation CentersSan Francisco is moving ahead with two new homeless navigation centers, including a temporary center which will eventually be converted into a housing development.
San Francisco Mayor Breed's Stunning Valentine's Day Declaration Draws Mixed ReactionSan Francisco Mayor London Breed's social media revelation of a long-time friendship and one-time romantic relationship with federally indicted former city official Mohammad Nuru drew a mix reaction from fellow politicians and residents.
SF Mayor London Breed Discloses She Once Dated Indicted Former Public Works Director Nuru Calling it "in the spirit of transparency," San Francisco Mayor London Breed took to social media Friday to disclose that she has been long-time friends with former Public Works Director Mohammad Nuru, who has been indicted on federal corruption charges, and even dated him at one point.
Lawmakers Criticize Gov. Newsom's Plan to Disburse Funds to Fight HomelessnessCalifornia lawmakers and mayors expressed skepticism Thursday over Gov. Newsom's proposal to give $750 million to state-selected regional administrators rather than to local government to address the state's growing homelessness crisis
Interim San Francisco DA Suzy Loftus To Stay In Office Through Early JanuaryFollowing the win of District Attorney-elect Chesa Boudin in last week's election, Mayor London Breed on Wednesday unveiled a plan to transition Boudin into office sometime early next year.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Appears Headed For Reelection; Vaping On BallotAfter a bruising fight last year to become San Francisco's mayor, London Breed faces token opposition on Tuesday's ballot as she struggles to find solutions to the city's homelessness crisis, drug epidemic and a housing shortfall that have put the politically liberal city in the national spotlight.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed: 'Pretty Shocked' Over Campaign Attack BillboardA coalition of San Francisco leaders stood shoulder-to-shoulder Monday to condemn a mayoral campaign billboard they believe is a "vile and reprehensible political ad that is invoking racist, misogynistic and sexist perspectives."
San Francisco Mayor Announces New Tool To Track Available Treatment BedsSan Francisco's Department of Public Health has unveiled a new online tool that aims to help homeless people seeking treatment for substance use or mental disorders, Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday.