Community updates from SF Supervisor Katy Tang.
Crime report from the Sunset District.
On Friday, June 30, a six-month effort was launched to reduce the
number of toxic cigarette butt waste in San Francisco’s
Sunset and Richmond districts when SF supervisors Sandra Lee Fewer
and Katy Tang organized a kick-off event and beach clean-up at Ocean Beach.
A neighborhood journal for the Sunset District.
A plan to turn the Francis Scott Key Annex in the Outer Sunset District from a dilapidated
surplus school property into new housing for teachers is moving forward, as city officials
seek ways to keep educators from leaving for less expensive towns.
At the southern end of Fifth Avenue in the Inner Sunset District, next to the University of
California, San Francisco (UCSF), sits an 86-unit housing complex on six acres of land
built in 1950 called Kirkham Heights.
Things to do in the Richmond District
Letters to the Editor – Community Feedback
Calendar of Events: Things to do in San Francisco’s Sunset and Richmond districts.
Model yachts will soon fill Spreckels Lake in Golden Gate Park, as the San Francisco Model Yacht Club’s (SFMYC) boating season opens in March and runs through October.
In addition to its archiving function, the archive is an activist organization, advocating
for a free and open Internet.
Police report for March, 2017
Katy Tang represents District 4 on the SF Board of Supervisors
and can be reached at (415) 554-7460 or
Assemblyman Phil Ting submitted legislation in Sacramento
on Feb. 15 that would change the speed limit on Golden Gate Park
roads from 25 miles-per-hour (m.p.h.) to 15 m.p.h.
San Francisco supervisors Katy Tang and Asha Safai are using a tag-team approach to tackle affordable housing.