$400,000 in State Funds for S.F. Rec and Parks to Benefit Seniors and SnakesKids, seniors and snakes will be among those who benefit from an influx of state funding to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, city officials announced Friday.
Tree Maintenance Concerns Resurface After Falling Branch Seriously Injures WomanA woman who was hit by a large tree branch in San Francisco is in stable condition with serious injuries.
SF Officials Promise Closer Look At Park Trees After Woman Hit By Falling Limb In North BeachTree crews will be looking at the condition of the trees in Washington Square Park next week.
SF Supervisors Approve Overnight Closure Of ParksParks in San Francisco will soon be off-limits overnight after the Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to shut them down between midnight and 5 a.m.
Outside Lands Rakes In Economic Rewards For San Francisco BusinessesThe organizers of Outside Lands say the music festival has been a major economist boost for San Francisco since it began six years ago.
49ers Owner Plans Special Farewell For Candlestick ParkSan Francisco 49ers owner Jed York said Wednesday his team and the City of San Francisco are making big plans for fans to say goodbye to Candlestick Park before it is demolished sometime next year.
San Francisco Parks To Get Major Overhaul From Bond MoneyThe 2012 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Bonds measure was overwhelmingly approved last November.
Homeless Advocates Balk At Plan To Close SF Parks At NightSupervisor Scott Wiener will introduce a bill on Tuesday that would close San Francisco City Parks at night. The city’s homeless advocates, however, say that the measure would criminalize park dwellers.
Protesters Rally Against SF Recycling Center’s Eviction NoticeA small group of protesters who support the Recycling Center near Kezar Stadium in Golden Gate Park staged a rally in front of San Francisco City Hall Tuesday against the center's eviction.
San Francisco To Host Olympic Viewing Parties At Civic Center Plaza The city of San Francisco is inviting the public to a couple of Summer Olympics viewing parties at Civic Center Plaza next week.
San Francisco Finds $1.7 Million To Fix Up Coit TowerA plan to spend $1.7 million to fix up Coit Tower and restore its Great Depression-era murals has not derailed the campaign to create a dedicated source of funding for the landmark’s upkeep.
San Francisco’s Skateboarding Options Grow As City Promotes Outdoor ActivitySan Francisco opens a new skateboarding park as part of a Recreation and Park Department program to get kids to be more active.
San Francisco Compost Giveaway Draws ThousandsRecology and San Francisco's Recreation and Parks Department teamed up once more as thousands lined up for a free compost giveaway on Saturday.