Santa Cruz Co. Limits Beach Hours To Discourage Overcrowding During COVID-19 Stay Home OrderIn an effort to prevent beach overcrowding which could spread the coronavirus, Santa Cruz County is closing its beaches between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day.
Coronavirus Update: Sausalito Warns Of Weekend Crackdown On Non-Essential Travel, Fines Up To $500Sausalito police say they will be enforcing parking restrictions and issuing citations for non-essential travel and social distancing violations this weekend.
Coronavirus Update: Major Street Closures Go Into Effect At 2 San Francisco ParksNew road closures went into effect at two San Francisco parks on Tuesday in an effort to give people looking to exercise more space to work out.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Shelter Order Extended To End Of May; Golden Gate Park's JFK Drive Limited To PedestriansMayor London Breed announced Monday that San Francisco's stay-at-home order will be extended to the of May and that a portion of Golden Gate Park's main thoroughfare -- JFK Drive -- will be shut down to traffic to give pedestrians and joggers room to practice social distancing while getting some fresh air.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Officials Warn Public to Resist Urge To Break Stay-At-Home OrderMayor London Breed warned on Friday that now is not the time to lose sight of our goal. She said that the city's stay-at-home order would likely be extended weeks, even a month.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Mayor Says Extension Of Shelter Order 'Very Likely'San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday said that the city's current coronavirus shelter-in-place order set to expire next week would most likely be extended "a few weeks or even a month."
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.
Coronavirus Update: Warmer Bay Area Weather Prompting People To Seek Relief From Cabin FeverAfter five weeks into the shelter-in-place order, it seems cabin fever is kicking in and more people are heading out.  Whether you're walking or driving, it's not hard to see that people are out and about in the Bay Area, and most people would argue traffic has gone up in recent days.
'4/20' Celebrants Warned to Stay Away From Golden Gate Park MondayThe billowing clouds of pot smoke and hordes of people typically seen in Golden Gate Park on April 20 won’t be there this year.
Coronavirus Update: Richmond Pastor Vows To Continue Church Gatherings After Being Cited For Easter ServiceA Richmond pastor said Friday he'll continue to hold Sunday services even after the sheriff's department ticketed him for having Easter service. It is the first known citation given to a Bay Area religious organization for defying the shelter-in-place order.
Bay Area Transit Agencies Struggle To Match Service To Ridership During PandemicWith ridership down by as much as 90 percent, Bay Area transit agencies are grappling with lowered revenues and uncertain estimates for when the shelter-in-place orders will be eased.
Coronavirus Update: Transit Agencies To Limit Passengers Aboard Buses, Ferries To Enforce Social DistancingAlameda-Contra Costa Transit District and the Golden Gate Bridge District announced revisions to passenger guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic which would limit the number of riders on buses and ferries to allow for adequate social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Social Distancing Will Shape Reopening Of San Francisco Bay Area SchoolsAs students across the San Francisco Bay Area spend their finals months of instruction online, state and local education officials were beginning to wrestle with what public education will look like when facilities are reopened for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Coronavirus Update: Bay Area Law Enforcement Cracking Down On Public Gathering ScofflawsLaw enforcement agencies in the Bay Area’s three largest cities have strongly favored education over criminal enforcement of the emergency shelter-in-place order issued nearly a month ago.
CDC Report: San Francisco Among Four Key Cities Listening To Stay At Home OrdersPeople in four key cities, including San Francisco, are listening to orders to stay home, according to a report issued Monday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.