The SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) board of directors voted unanimously on Dec. 5 to remove the Muni L-Taraval streetcar stop at 35th Avenue and Taraval Street in an effort to reduce transit times from the SF Zoo to
After community groups, certain city supervisors and the mayor’s office almost drove San Francisco’s recycling centers to extinction, California state Sen. Scott Wiener took
action to restore residents’ ability to get their deposit money back.
A Union-76 gas station at the corner of 42nd Avenue and Lawton Street will be
demolished and replaced by a mixed-use, four-story building with 15 residential units and ground-floor retail space.
More than 15 San Francisco neighborhoods could burn to the ground due to a lack of water at the SF Fire Department’s disposal after a major earthquake.
The idea of community collaboration to help seniors age at home was conceived in 2002 in Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. The Boston model became a prototype for the “senior village” movement, which has spread across the country.
City officials have been playing a dangerous game of Russian Roulette with the safety and
security of tens of thousands of San Franciscan’s lives. They all agree that a catastrophic
earthquake is coming, but they hope it’s not on their watch.
Arnie Davis, the owner of Davis Foot Comfort Center (above), received a commendation from the city of San Francisco on Oct. 3 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of his custom shoe store in the Sunset District.
Three light-rail train stops and 36 more parking spaces may be permanently removed from
Taraval Street, between 15th and 46th avenues, if the SF Municipal Transportation
Agency’s (SFMTA) board of directors approves a final plan for the L-Taraval streetcar line
at its Dec. 5 meeting.
The supervisors are considering two separate appeals filed against the Barbary Coast
Collective, a medical cannabis dispensary (MCD) proposed for the 2100 block of Irving Street.
Yick took command of Taraval Station from Capt. Denise Flaherty, who was transferred
to an administrative position at the SF Police Academy.
Residents who live on 32nd Avenue between Lawton and Moraga streets look
out for each other. They have a Neighborhood Watch Group, and on a recent
gorgeous day in the Sunset, they gathered for a “Neighborfest” block party.
On a rainy Thursday, a week before Thanksgiving, the SF Recreation and Park
Department held a ceremony to celebrate the reopening of the West Sunset
Playground after a $13.6 million renovation.
The CYC was established to provide youths with alternatives and access to legitimate
means of achieving their aspirations and independence as well as reaching their highest
potential as individuals with a positive self and cultural identity.
Police activity in San Francisco’s Sunset District.