John M. Lee provides a real estate update after week 10 of shelter-in-place orders.
With the plan to reopen San Francisco becoming clearer, as more businesses and activities can resume with modifications in phases over the coming weeks and months, we must also plan for San Francisco’s economic recovery.
Paul Kozakiewicz urges residents to patronize local businesses now that San Francisco has flattened the curve.
Plan formulated by the Economic Recovery Task Force allows outdoor dining, indoor retail, and certain outdoor activities to resume on June 15th, assuming they are allowed by the State; additional activities will be permitted to resume with modifications in phases.
Over the coming weeks and months, there will be additional adjustments to the Stay Home Health Order that will allow us to regain some sense of normalcy.
Helpful resources for seniors who can use assistance coping with financial impacts of the shut down due to COVID-19.
DIRECTIVE OF THE HEALTH OFFICER OFTHE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO REGARDING REQUIRED BEST PRACTICES FOR SHIPPING OR DELIVERY ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES
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 […]
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.
Frost got it wrong. Fences don’t make good neighbors. Empathy, generosity, and respect make good neighbors, especially in a post-pandemic San Francisco.
Today, the City announced plans to allow some businesses to resume operations with storefront pickup as soon as Monday, May 18th, including bookstores, florists, and home good stores.
UC San Francisco is launching a workforce training and technical assistance program on Thursday, May 6, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health, to facilitate the training of thousands of individuals across the state in public health techniques and strategies, including contact tracing, case investigation and administration, to limit the ongoing spread of COVID-19.
Mayor London Breed calls for continued solidarity and highlights the heroism she has seen during this public health crisis.
Assemblymember Phil Ting advises residents of the government resources available to them during this public health crisis.