$20,000 Price Tag Of San Francisco Trash Can Prototypes Stuns Residents, City LeadersSan Francisco's Department of Public Works wants to replace 3,000 existing green trash cans with bigger and better-looking ones. The prototype being considered will cost taxpayers about $20,000 per can.
COVID: San Francisco Looks At Spending $125M Surplus On Businesses, Residents Struggling In PandemicCity leaders on Wednesday announced $125 million in surplus funds from the current year's budget will be used to help small businesses, arts and culture organizations and vulnerable residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID Vaccine: San Francisco Aims To Vaccinate All Residents By June Despite Current ShortageHealth officials in San Francisco on Wednesday said the city intends to vaccinate virtually every resident in the city by June in spite of vaccine dose supply limitations.
COVID Vaccine: Mayor London Breed Says San Francisco Public Health Will Run Out Of Doses By ThursdayMayor London Breed on Tuesday said that the San Francisco Department of Public Health would run out of its current supply of COVID vaccine doses in two days during her update on the city's response to the pandemic.
COVID Vaccines: San Francisco Opening 3 Vaccination Sites, Sets Goal of 10,000 Vaccinations A DaySan Francisco plans to create three major vaccination sites in the near future with the goal of vaccinating 10,000 residents a day against COVID-19.
COVID Vaccine: SF Lawmaker Urges Mass Vaccination Sites In Stadiums To Speed Up Slow RolloutWhen do you get your two doses of COVID-19 vaccine in San Francisco, where and how do you sign up, asks District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney because he and his constituents are getting the runaround.
San Francisco Supes Criticize Plan To Rehouse 2,300 Homeless Staying In Hotels During PandemicSeveral San Francisco supervisors and homeless service providers on Tuesday blasted a plan by city leaders to rehouse 2,300 individuals currently staying in hotels as part of the city's COVID-19 response.
'A Destination For Good Food' - San Francisco Tenderloin Street Transformed Into Outdoor Dining CorridorWhile some people might not think of San Francisco Tenderloin's District as a foodie destination, city leaders and local business owners are working to change that amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Mayor, Sheriff Announce Closure of Notorious JailThe mayor and sheriff of San Francisco announced Tuesday that the city is closing one of its jails, which one supervisor described as “dangerous, dilapidated, seismically unfit.”
SF Supe Introduces Anti-Corruption Legislation In Wake Of Public Works ScandalIn the wake of the release of a preliminary report probing a public corruption scandal in San Francisco's Dept. of Public Works, Sup. Matt Haney will introduce an anti-corruption legislative package.
San Francisco Supes Place CEO Tax, Affordable Housing Plan On BallotSan Francisco supervisors introduced several charter amendments that will be decided by voters this November.
Coronavirus: San Francisco Educators, Supervisor Encourage Nightly Applause For Frontline WorkersThe United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) and a city supervisor are asking residents to show loud support for all workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic with a nightly applause around the city.
Sidewalks In San Francisco's Tenderloin To Get Pressure Washed Weekly In New ProgramSidewalks in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood will be cleaner thanks to a new program that aims to pressure wash about 30 square blocks of the neighborhood each week.
S.F. Supe Calls on City, U.S. Government to Tackle Night Crime 'Crisis' at Federal PlazaSan Francisco supervisor Matt Haney called on both federal and city officials to address concerns over trash, drug dealing and drug use outside the Federal Building at Mission and Seventh streets.
San Francisco Supes Approve $400M In Funding To House Low, Middle-Income WorkersSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors unanimously passed legislation during their meeting Tuesday that would create nearly $400 million in funding for housing for the city's middle to low-income workers.