San Francisco Fire Department’s (SFFD) enhanced Fire Prevention and Education team promotes fire safety through community outreach and education. This is an effort to engage the communities we serve with their local firefighters, EMT’s and paramedics.
For the tens of thousands of Sunset residents who rely on the N-Judah and L-Taraval streetcars and Muni bus lines, I share your deeply-felt frustration and disappointment with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA).
Police activity in the Sunset District in April, 2019.
The San Franpsycho success story was born on the waves of Ocean Beach among a tight-knit community of surfers and has grown into what is now a thriving Sunset-based business, a clothing shop and lifestyle brand and a hub of community energy with good vibes.
Although the Sunset District is doing a little better than other districts, storefronts along its commercial corridors stubbornly remain empty. A new survey by the Sunset Beacon newspaper shows that many have been empty for more than a year.
The Cow Palace is engaged in negotiations with an adjoining private property owner and Daly City to develop jointly approximately 25 acres west of the Geneva Avenue entrance for housing and a supermarket.
Classified advertisements for the Richmond and Sunset districts.
Playland at the Beach, located between Balboa and Fulton streets at Ocean Beach, featured a fun house, rides, carnival games and the famous “It’s It” cookie ice cream sandwiches.
As housing prices soared with the current real estate cycle, the housing crisis has gotten worse and though many solutions have been proposed, the push for more Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) have gained some traction recently.
Things to do in the Richmond and Sunset districts.
Police activity in the Richmond District.
When Mandalay restaurant opened in the Inner Richmond in 1984, it was the first and only Burmese restaurant in the Bay Area. People were very unfamiliar with the unique flavors of this Southeast Asian cuisine and some evenings there were fewer than 10 patrons.
The 1000 block of Lombard Street between Hyde and Leavenworth streets in Russian Hill, otherwise known as the “crooked street,” hosts more than two million visitors per year, many of them desiring to drive their vehicles down its famous curves.
Our streets and roadways require ongoing maintenance to be kept in a state of good repair. We will be working with the Richmond District Blog to launch the #fewerpotholes campaign in May to identify pothole locations in the district.
A free arts, music, and recreation festival that provides engagement for children of all abilities will take place on Saturday, May 4 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Music Concourse Bandshell in Golden Gate Park.