No parking allowed on 33rd Avenue between Geary Boulevard and Clement Street from April 14 through May 1.
After Mayor London Breed ordered San Franciscans to shelter in place, Walk SF capitalized on the momentum from the resulting uptick in Golden Gate Park visitors seeking government-approved exercise.
At a time of immense change, we ought to ask if this temporary trend of redistribution can become more permanent.
We’ve got important updates on our work to support vulnerable residents and businesses, and make sure we are both physically and economically healthy.
To meet the pressing need for personal protective equipment, or PPE, for frontline healthcare workers, a multidisciplinary team has mobilized UCSF’s 3D-printing infrastructure to engineer and produce thousands of face shields that can be used by nurses and physicians at UCSF Medical Center and beyond.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to adopt emergency legislation by Supervisor Gordon Mar to immediately provide two additional weeks of paid leave for hundreds of thousands of San Francisco workers.
Join Assessor Carmen Chu for a Facebook Live to learn more about Covid-19 and “flattening the curve.”
In the rapidly changing environment caused by COVID-19, the SFMTA is making additional updates to Muni service. While ridership has fallen significantly, our bus operators still serve approximately 100,000 passengers a day – getting nurses, cooks, custodians, and other essential workers to their jobs.
It is just plain wrong to fence off an area of Golden Gate Park for three weeks for the benefit of a for-profit corporation even if some benefits accrue to the city.
Sunset District Supervisor Gordon Mar urges solidarity and support of fellow community members during this pandemic.
Andytown Coffee has joined other local businesses in the healthcare delivery program to support San Francisco hospitals.
How are artists coping with the new normal emotionally, physically and financially? Unsurprisingly, they are all finding creative ways to survive and stay productive.
Quentin Kopp shares his dismay over government investment in education and corruption among government officials.
In the Sunset District, the degree to which local businesses are being affected varies based on when they were forced to close and their ability to maintain other ways to generate income. But they are all struggling to support their employees and their customers and await an uncertain future if and when they reopen.
Advice from health care agencies (such as the CDC) about the importance of personal sanitation and keeping social distance from others to protect ourselves may have helped us in minimizing the infected cases of the coronavirus.