I examined the single-family home markets in the Richmond and Sunset districts because these two markets generally track very closely together and compared them against the data in San Francisco as a whole.
Summer is upon us. Kids are out of school, back home from college and many adults, parents or not, are planning on taking time off work and are dreaming of far off or local destinations and sunny summer vacations.
When we invest in walking and biking infrastructure, we’re investing in public health, public safety, placemaking. and the environment.
Police activity in the Sunset District.
One of the grandest statues in Golden Gate Park has been a part of its history over the last 131 years.
An open house titled the “Parnassus Heights Re-Envisioning Process” was held on June 12 to lay out the plans for a 30-year project in which the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Parnassus campus will be renovated, updated and expanded by 30 percent in order to keep up with the advances of modern medicine and science.
A “master plan” released by the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) will include improvements like a new recycled water irrigation system, removal of hazardous trees, adding wild flowers and drought-tolerant plants and repairing the sidewalks.
On Sept. 2, 1976, Linda Joy Johnson moved into a flat on 11th Avenue and has called it home ever since. But, this coming November, the 64-year-old woman might get evicted under the Ellis Act.
Starting Monday, June 24 and will continue for about four weeks, N-Judah track maintenance work will take place at Judah Street and 17th Avenue.
Things two do in San Francisco’s west side in July, 2019.
Artist Alicia Guckenheimer credits her father for inspiring her love of art and environmentalism at a very early age. He planted the seeds of compassion and creativity that propelled her to share […]
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), which manages all transportation in the city, including the Municipal Railway (Muni), reminds customers that select fares will increase effective July 1.
We oppose raising fees at the park sites listed in this legislation for the following reasons:
I read that you plan to donate proceeds from your performance at Outside Lands to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and San Francisco Parks Alliance. Please don’t donate to these organizations.
I write to urge you to reject the Mayor’s proposed ordinance that would grant the General Manager of the Recreation and Parks Department unlimited discretion to raise park visitor admission fees by up to 50% at any time, for as long as they wish, and for such arbitrary reasons as the weather.