A plan to cut down thousands of dead, dying or unhealthy eucalyptus trees on Mount
Sutro and replace them with native vegetation and younger, healthier eucalyptus
trees drew plenty of criticism at a recent public meeting.
Each fiscal year, members of the SF Board of Supervisors are given money in the city
budget to spend on items important to the supervisor and district.
To date, the non-profit organization has given away more than two million free
books to facilities, programs and professions that serve children.
Although a medical cannabis dispensary (MCD) proposed for Noriega Street in the Sunset
District got a green light from the city’s Planning Commission, opponents of the project
are seeing red and have appealed the decision to the SF Board of Supervisors.
Letters to the editor of the Richmond ReView.
Things to do in the Richmond District.
Now that people are back from their vacations and the weather is getting better,
homeowners are putting their properties on the market. Buyers are circling, so we
should see a strong fall market.
The Jog in the Fog is a 5-kilometer family fun run that supports neighborhood causes.
Commentary by Quentin Kopp, member of the SF Ethics Commission.
News from SF Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Police activity in the Richmond District.
Topics of interest for the Richmond District
The San Francisco Museum and Historical Society, University of San Francisco and Mechanics Institute will host a special free event to honor the memory of Kevin Starr, the “dean of California historians.” Speakers include Paul J. […]
An estimated 700 Richmond District residents gathered Tuesday, Aug. 2, to celebrate
National Night Out, a national community-building event sponsored locally by the SF
Police Department’s Richmond Station and its Community Police Advisory Board.
The Autumn Moon Festival is often considered a “Chinese Thanksgiving” because of its
celebration of gratitude and inclusion of abundant food – including the popular