The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is in the planning phase of a project to improve safety for bicycle riders and pedestrians on Fulton Street. Segments of Fulton are located on San Francisco’s High Injury Network, according to the SFMTA website.
Richmond Author Shares Stories of Growing Up Under a Brutal Regime
Sieu Sean Do, author and victim rights advocate, now calls the Richmond District home. But his path started with a childhood in rural Cambodia and led him on a life-or-death struggle through the killing fields of the Khmer Rouge.
Local Group Files Lawsuit to Thwart Laurel Heights Development
A lawsuit has been filed against a proposed redevelopment plan for 3333 California St. by the proponents of an alternative plan, after they lost an appeal of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ approval.
Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer Will Not Seek Re-election
The word is out – Sandra Fewer, District 1 supervisor and outspoken champion of the Richmond District, will not seek a second term in office.
Richmond District Real-Time Real Estate Report | The Front Steps
Column by Alexander Clark The market is starting to heat up. By heat up, I’m talking what little inventory shows up, quickly going into contract. It’s too soon to note any price […]
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Sunset Spotlight features activities, events and programs designed especially for seniors.
Argonne Elementary School Celebrates a Century
Western Neighborhoods Project (WNP), a community history group located at 1617 Balboa St. in the Richmond District, is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Argonne Elementary School.
Letter to the Editor: SB-50 Won’t Solve Housing Crisis
Our organizations, based in the Sunset (D4ward) and Richmond (Richmond District Rising) neighborhoods of San Francisco, support the production of more housing in our community that is affordable, ensures stability for existing residents and maintains diversity in our neighborhoods.
Press Release: Succession Planning Help Offered to Local Small Businesses
Project Equity, a national organization in the movement to harness employee ownership to maintain thriving local business communities and address income and wealth inequality, together with the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) recently announced a partnership to offer San Francisco’s small business owners a business succession support program.
Press Release: Volunteer Leader Training for S.F. Healthier Living Workshops
Healthier Living is a six-week workshop in a small group interactive peer setting to show adults with chronic conditions how to self manage their health.
Golden Gate Park 150th Anniversary Tree Planting
With the start of a new decade, San Francisco is commemorating the 150th anniversary of Golden Gate Park (GGP 150). Can’t wait and looking for an event to help kick-off the celebration? Come on out and join us in planting 150 trees in Golden Gate Park!
Press Release: Presidio Receives Green Flag Award
The Presidio of San Francisco has become the first park in the United States – and America’s first national park site – to earn the prestigious Green Flag Award®, which recognizes the highest standards for visitor experience and management of parks and green spaces around the world.
Letter to the Editor – Against More Lights in GG Park
If we truly want to celebrate the 150th birthday of Golden Gate Park, we should honor nature and the Park by leaving it as dark as safety allows for one year,
Commentary – Kevin Frazier
Confronted with a potential recall election, Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer has yet to confirm whether she’ll run for re-election. In the fog created by Fewer’s ambiguity, the supervisor and her team are greasing the wheels to let Fewer’s preferred successor ease into office.