Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Moves 874 Homeless Into Hotel RoomsThe city of San Francisco detailed its plans to house vulnerable homeless residents on Wednesday, a day after supervisors approved an emergency ordinance that would require the city to house all homeless residents, regardless of age or health status.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Expands Paid Leave For Frontline Healthcare WorkersSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed emergency legislation to immediately provide two more weeks of paid leave for the city's healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
SF City College Will Continue To Offer Classes For Seniors, People With DisabilitiesMayor London Breed and the Board of Supervisors announced a new plan to continue classes for seniors at City College of San Francisco, which were at risk of being eliminated due to budget cuts.
San Francisco Says Businesses Must Get Permits To Test Tech In PublicTired of San Francisco streets being used as a testing ground for the latest delivery technology and transportation apps, city leaders are now requiring businesses to get permits before trying out new high-tech ideas in public.
San Francisco Moves Towards Banning Use Of Facial Recognition Tech By Law EnforcementThe city of San Francisco is on the verge of becoming the first in the nation to ban the use of facial recognition technology for law enforcement.
SF Supervisor Calls On City To Immediately Help Furloughed WorkersSupervisor Haney called on the city to provide emergency aid for workers impacted by the government shutdown, including free transportation, deferred payments and food assistance.
San Francisco Supervisors Weigh Pay Parity LawOfficials in San Francisco on Tuesday considered a law that would ban employers from asking about an applicant's salary history.
New City Budget Proposal Includes Private Security For SF GeneralSan Francisco's new budget proposes replacing sworn police and sheriff's deputies with private security guards at San Francisco General Hospital.
Mayor Lee To Sign San Francisco Tax Relief Measure to Keep Start UpsSan Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee said he will sign a measure to extend tax relief to growing companies that offer stock options to keep them in the city.
San Francisco Board Of Supes Approves Local Hiring LawSan Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has approved local legislation that would eventually require 50 percent of the workers on public works projects live in the city.
San Francisco Supervisors Prescribe Solution For Drug PollutionA San Francisco Board of Supervisors Committee has endorsed legislation that would force drug manufacturers to help the public safely dispose of unwanted medications.
Supervisor Deemed Ineligible for Re-election