Replacing tracks, sewers, water mains and the electrical network of overhead wires and traffic signals along Taraval Street, from Sunset Boulevard to West Portal, starts this month as the second half of the L-Taraval light-rail revamp begins.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for people 65+ and people with disabilities.
Businesses and residents along Taraval Street have expressed concerns over the renovation work known as The Taraval Project currently underway along the busy commercial and residential corridor,
Commuters driving southbound on 19th Avenue from Lincoln Way might want to consider other options because a traffic lane will be shut down at certain places along that busy roadway all the way down to Holloway Avenue for at least the next 27 months.
In an effort to fully accommodate the final phase of the Inner Sunset Streetscape Improvement Project, shuttle buses will substitute for the N-Judah line between Ocean Beach and Carl and Cole streets starting on April 13 and continuing for approximately two weeks.
Photos from March 21, 2019 of the streetscape project in the Inner Sunset.
In February, construction began on the Baker Beach Green Streets Project. This project is located along El Camino Del Mar between the Legion of Honor and the Lands End Trailhead, on Sea Cliff Avenue from 26th to 25th avenues, and on GGNRA park land at the California Coastal Trail at 25th Avenue North.
This is the third time that the developers, SoMa Development Partners, LLC, have submitted plans to the department but the first time they got the commission’s approval.
The SF Recreation and Park Department is about to start construction on a new free-
standing restroom at Golden Gate Park’s Boat Playground, which is located near 45th
Avenue and Lincoln Way.
Although the location, at one of the busiest intersections in the City, might appear to be a
highly profitable one, it seems this was not the case for Best Buy.
Since the Summer of 2013, the SF Department of Public Works has been coordinating
the project with a budget of $9 million.
“After the last few earthquakes we’ve been fortunate that there were no serious damage
other than just things falling over and some external plaster cracking, stuff like that,”
Since the Lucky Penny restaurant has cashed in for good, the SF Planning Commission
will consider an 80-foot-tall, eight-story mixed-use building for the intersection of
Geary Boulevard and Masonic Avenue.
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.
The historic Mountain Lake Park, located at 12th Avenue and Lake Street, reopened
to much fanfare on June 8.