Housing affordability, access to neighborhood services, and local businesses remain top concerns.
I am so grateful to be able to continue the legacy left by my predecessor, Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, working with our Richmond neighbors on this shared vision of what true community looks like.
Police activity in the Richmond District, May/June, 2021.
Anyone who believes in the mythology of the social equity, efficiency and verisimilitude of our “public private partnerships” needs to poke their head through the brand new taxpayer-funded fence at 14th Avenue and Lincoln Way and see the substantial acreage denuded at the behest of the San Francisco Botanical Garden Society without any public process whatsoever.
Cartoon by Ralph Lane.
The group, “I Grew Up in San Francisco’s Richmond District, ca. 1950-1975,” focuses on the Richmond of his youth, not on what is happening in the community today.
The SFMTA is updating and expanding our next big service change targeted for August 14.
An exuberant fountain, now restored to its original glory, entices visitors to the center of the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park.
The closure of a Safe Sleeping campsite for homeless people at the corner of Haight and Stanyan streets last month, and a new housing proposal for that site, are raising questions about how the City is dealing with such issues in a post-pandemic world.
Announcements for July, 2021.
Sarah Geronemus was encouraged to do something before she turned 4 years old about her strong desire to see a matching rainbow on the Robin Williams Tunnel in Marin County.
Cruise delivered 1 million meals to SF residents in need.
After a short break, Block by Block is back! Irving Street is featured for the last time this week, so enjoy these final photographs of the lively neighborhood. We’re jumping over to Judah next, so don’t forget to tune in!
Parking rates at the lot on Stanyan Street next to Kezar Stadium (above) and the parking lot below the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park were discussed at a recent Rec. and Park Commission meeting.
“It’s certainly a complex process and issue,” said Edward Wright, legislative aide to District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar. The Upper Great Highway is in Mar’s district.