In the rapidly changing environment caused by COVID-19, the SFMTA is making additional updates to Muni service. While ridership has fallen significantly, our bus operators still serve approximately 100,000 passengers a day – getting nurses, cooks, custodians, and other essential workers to their jobs.
Updates from Supervisor Gordon Mar on financial assistance available to citizens who need help during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order.
Updates about the COVID-19 pandemic from Supervisor Gordon Mar.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) releases the following upcoming event-related traffic and transit impacts for this weekend, from Friday, March 27 through Monday, March 30.
The public has rushed to help with donations from $5 to $10,000 and the GoFundMeLink (gf.me/u/xsngc2) has been shared hundreds of times with avid support. Over 200 donors have contributed. So successful in its first 24 hours, the goal of the GoFundMe has been increased by $25,000 to house even more people until the city takes this on.
Read the latest COVID-19 updates from SF Supervisor Gordon Mar.
I want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to express their concerns, so I am hosting another virtual Town Hall this Thursday, March 26, at 9:30 a.m.
Supervisor Fewer is announcing today legislation that will require the City to close County Jail 4 within six months, and a deadline for reduction of the jail population in order to safely close the jail while preventing transfers out of county to facilities like Santa Rita Jail.
The Food Bank opens several pop-up pantries throughout San Francisco and Marin in order to meet the need for food in our community.
For the duration of the current public health emergency related to COVID-19, we are responding by making important changes to key SFMTA operations. This is an evolving and challenging situation, and it’s reasonable to have questions. That’s why we created an up-to-date resource to help you keep up with changes …
Community information from Supervisor Gordon Mar to address the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place order, with updates and website links.
Beginning today, in support of guidance on what we can all do to help slow the spread of coronavirus, 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until April 1, 2020.
Today, March 16, the health officer of the City and County of San Francisco issued a Shelter in Place Order, directing residents to stay at home except for essential services and business, effective March 17, 2020, through April 7, 2020.
Supervisor Gordon Mar shares the latest updates about dealing with the coronavirus.
Turtle Island Restoration Network, an ocean conservation nonprofit based in Olema, will host the Love Your Beach Cleanup at San Francisco’s Ocean Beach on Friday, Feb. 14, 10 a.m.-noon.