After a Halloween hiatus last year due to the ongoing pandemic, San Francisco is hosting spooky, fun-filled events throughout the city this weekend. We’ve rounded up several free-to-attend events to celebrate spooky season each day this weekend.
UCSF and the City of San Francisco announced a community benefits package that will go along with an agreement for the university to rebuild and expand its Parnassus Heights hospital over the next decade — and it includes 1,263 new units of housing, 40 percent of which will be designated as affordable.
The program, administered by the SF District Attorney's office, will reimburse merchants up to $1,000 for replacing broken windows.
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40 of the Haight's unhoused have found safe shelter at the Stanyan Street tent village. But there appears to be no plan for hundreds of others sleeping on the street.
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As a citywide effort to expand open air business gains traction, merchants prepare for a new way of life.
The city's parks and real estate departments have two weeks to identify land where homeless people can camp at a social distance.
The McDonald's at 730 Stanyan has officially been demolished. But during its two-year wait to become affordable housing, it's unclear if the lot will get a temporary use.
As Mayor Breed continues to defy hotel room legislation, many city supervisors are hunting for vacant properties to use as tent camps.
Starting this week, some streets will be closed to through vehicle traffic in order to prioritize walking and biking as well as to provide more space for social distancing.