SF Plant Finder is a comprehensive and easy-to-use resource for gardeners, landscape designers, ecologists and community members interested in greening neighborhoods and enhancing our city’s biodiversity.
… although we have cancelled this year’s in-person Bouquets to Art, our annual floral takeover event at the de Young museum, we are still going full bloom on our virtual channels.
With businesses re-opening for curbside pickup, our vigilance and commitment to public health and social distancing is beginning to pay off as we start taking slow steps towards economic recovery.
Helpful resources for seniors who can use assistance coping with financial impacts of the shut down due to COVID-19.
My neighborhood is home to what may very well be the tallest cactus in San Francisco. I have no data to back that up, but I’m pretty confident about it.
As we plan for reopening in the future, we will continue to closely follow local and state public health guidelines to inform our approach. We look forward to welcoming visitors back through our doors again and our top priority is to ensure we provide the safest experience possible.
SOAR-D1 is a growing group of concerned residents. Started in January, we are already more than 150 members – we want real solutions to the issues facing our district and our city.
DIRECTIVE OF THE HEALTH OFFICER OFTHE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO REGARDING REQUIRED BEST PRACTICES FOR SHIPPING OR DELIVERY ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES
Geary Boulevard at Steiner Street will be closed for the removal of the pedestrian bridge.
May 16, 2020San Francisco Council of District Merchants Associations San Francisco Releases Guidelines for Retail Businesses to Operate Storefront Pickup and Delivery, beginning May 18 The Department of Public Health has released […]
After you start making vegetable burgers from scratch, you will never purchase the dense and frozen version that are sold in a package. What’s more, you can use up other leftover items such as cooked beans to make these burgers.
The the Sunset District and its soccer community lost a champion on April 19 when legendary soccer coach Ernst (Ernie) Feibusch died at age 95.
Photos by Richmond District resident David Lockmiller. May, 2020.
In the midst of the global pandemic, Asian Americans today are experiencing a drastic increase in xenophobic and racial violence. Join Supervisor Mar and our panelists to discuss what the City and activists are doing to combat this violence and foster solidarity during this unprecedented time.
In pre-COVID times, the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank partnered with churches, schools, and senior and community centers to provide free food to San Franciscans. Because COVID closed so many of these buildings, the Food Bank has opened temporary pop-up pantries.