Local artist Entropy creates beauty and solidarity in the Sunset during this global pandemic.
John M. Lee provides a real estate update after week 10 of shelter-in-place orders.
With the plan to reopen San Francisco becoming clearer, as more businesses and activities can resume with modifications in phases over the coming weeks and months, we must also plan for San Francisco’s economic recovery.
As shelter-in-place restrictions begin to relax this month, one thing that is likely to continue for a while longer is the Safe Streets Program, the practice of closing certain streets to through car traffic.
The Outer Sunset is set to launch a farmer’s market in July on 37th Avenue between Ortega and Pacheco Streets.
Across the globe, people are realizing that among the devastation we’ve seen from COVID-19, there is another public health crisis worsening — our mental health.
Plan formulated by the Economic Recovery Task Force allows outdoor dining, indoor retail, and certain outdoor activities to resume on June 15th, assuming they are allowed by the State; additional activities will be permitted to resume with modifications in phases.
Learn about the latest developments in the COVID-19 response and other Sunset District news from Supervisor Gordon Mar.
The San Francisco Botanical Garden will re-open to visitors Monday, June 1 with modifications in place to ensure public safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Over the coming weeks and months, there will be additional adjustments to the Stay Home Health Order that will allow us to regain some sense of normalcy.
SF Plant Finder is a comprehensive and easy-to-use resource for gardeners, landscape designers, ecologists and community members interested in greening neighborhoods and enhancing our city’s biodiversity.
… although we have cancelled this year’s in-person Bouquets to Art, our annual floral takeover event at the de Young museum, we are still going full bloom on our virtual channels.
With businesses re-opening for curbside pickup, our vigilance and commitment to public health and social distancing is beginning to pay off as we start taking slow steps towards economic recovery.
Helpful resources for seniors who can use assistance coping with financial impacts of the shut down due to COVID-19.
As we plan for reopening in the future, we will continue to closely follow local and state public health guidelines to inform our approach. We look forward to welcoming visitors back through our doors again and our top priority is to ensure we provide the safest experience possible.