While the housing crisis in the City has been a dilemma for families, it has also been an
issue for colleges and universities as well, including the University of
San Francisco (USF).
Letters to the editor – Sunset District
Things to do in the Sunset District.
The Mt. Sutro Stewards, a non-profit organization that works to preserve and support Mt. Sutro, is looking for volunteers to work at the nursery sowing seeds, transplanting plants, working at a demonstration garden, weeding and planting. […]
The SF Shakespeare Festival celebrates 35 years of free Shakespeare performances
by presenting “Hamlet” for the first time.
Police activity in the Sunset District.
Weekends are a time for people to relax from the stresses of daily life and run
our errands. Taking traffic delays off the table is a goal we can achieve together.
Updates from SF Supervisor, Katy Tang.
A plan to cut down thousands of dead, dying or unhealthy eucalyptus trees on Mount
Sutro and replace them with native vegetation and younger, healthier eucalyptus
trees drew plenty of criticism at a recent public meeting.
Each fiscal year, members of the SF Board of Supervisors are given money in the city
budget to spend on items important to the supervisor and district.
To date, the non-profit organization has given away more than two million free
books to facilities, programs and professions that serve children.
Although a medical cannabis dispensary (MCD) proposed for Noriega Street in the Sunset
District got a green light from the city’s Planning Commission, opponents of the project
are seeing red and have appealed the decision to the SF Board of Supervisors.
Historical photo from 1905,
Since the Summer of 2013, the SF Department of Public Works has been coordinating
the project with a budget of $9 million.
Things to do in August in the Sunset District