In response to changing trip patterns and subway improvements, service changes are scheduled for July 9 for the L Bus. The L Bus route will be shortened to run between the San Francisco Zoo and West Portal Station, with increased frequency of trips.
This section of the project will allow drivers traveling south on Chain of Lakes Drive to turn eastbound onto a one-way MLK Drive to make their way to Sunset Boulevard, while the north half of this section of road will remain car-free for cyclists and pedestrians.
Officers arrived on scene and discovered the train left the station. Officers were informed that the train was headed to the Castro Muni Station. Officers responded to Castro Station where they located two victims on a Muni train. Officers rendered aid and summoned medical attention.
The Board of Directors of the George Washington High School Alumni Association
is pleased with the decision of the San Francisco Unified School District Board of
Education to accept the decision of the Superior Court and not to appeal the Court
14TH ANNUAL OUTSIDE LANDS SET FOR AUGUST 5-7, 2022
2022 LINEUP INCLUDES
GREEN DAY, POST MALONE AND SZA
San Francisco’s legendary 420 celebration will return to Hippie Hill/Robin Williams Meadow in Golden Gate Park on Wednesday, April 20,
The historic Battery Bluff in the Presidio opens on April 23, inviting visitors to enjoy six acres of beautifully restored park land that features gardens, picnic tables, overlooks with sweeping views of the Golden Gate,
Please join us this Sunday, April 17th, for our annual children’s Easter Egg Hunt at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile!
The SF Board of Supervisors earlier this week passed legislation introduced by Mayor London Breed to make admission to the Conservatory of Flowers and Japanese Tea Garden free for San Francisco residents and all veterans.
SFMTA, Recreation and Parks Recommend JFK Remain Car-free with Community Requested Access and Signage Improvements.
Best Buddies Community Event Celebrating Inclusion of People with Disabilities on April 23.
Diverse lineup of musicians to play more free concerts at historic landmark.
Decision ensures residents can continue to recreate safely at the partially-closed Great Highway, JFK Drive, and MLK Drive during the pandemic.
On Feb. 10, 2022, at approximately 12:52 a.m., San Francisco Police officers responded to the 4600 block of Irving Street regarding a report of a shooting.
With the start of the Lunar New Year and following a surge in anti-Asian hate, Supervisor Gordon Mar was joined by community leaders and the SF Police Department to announce five new public safety programs for the Sunset District, the Asian community and seniors.