The flower only blooms every 3-5 years, so the Conservatory of Flowers has figured out a socially distant way to show it off.
Rec & Park's landscapers have let the (wood) chips fall where they may — sparking concern for some locals.
The high ropes course will be the first city-run structure of its kind in San Francisco.
Closed since March 17, the garden will reduce its hours and limit capacity for its reopening.
You'll also get to see some new faces — five yearlings were added to the herd in March.
The zoo has been losing tens of thousands of dollars a day, due to the non-negotiable cost of feeding and caring for its 2,000 animals.
The new center would provide more space for basketball and community meetings, but funding and temporary relocations are concerns.
A stretch of JFK has now been closed to cars for two months. Advocates are hoping to seize the opportunity to make the change permanent.
The sites identified, mostly Port of San Francisco and school properties, may be converted to use as 'Safe Sleeping Villages' for unhoused residents.
The news is welcome to neighbors, whose streets were overwhelmed in recent weeks with beachgoers seeking parking.
Now permitted to operate at a fourth of its normal capacity, the garden is seeking donations to support a $1 million revenue shortfall from the closure.
While the Rincon Hill dog park is closed to people and pooches, a herd of goats have moved in.
The 37-foot humpback whale was first reported yesterday morning.
Mike Sullivan literally wrote the book on San Francisco trees. Now he's sharing his knowledge at a safe distance, through sidewalk chalk.
The hawk went to the Wildlife Care Center at the Peninsula Humane Society in San Mateo.
"Sadly, we saw a number of areas in our city that were just jam-packed [last weekend]," Mayor Breed said.
Several of the city's signs reminding park patrons to keep their distance have been stolen or torn apart.
Citing uncertainty and a sense of public responsibility, festival organizers now have their sights set on 2021.
With the city's highest number of children per capita — but limited outdoor space — the Tenderloin is dependent on play spaces like the Mini-Park.
The city intervened after parkgoers reported seeing a number of domesticated birds on the loose.
The park was shut down for six months in 2019 to overhaul its drainage system, but its main lawn is still having water problems.
An illuminated, 150-foot-tall Ferris wheel could be headed to Golden Gate Park as soon as April.
Drones are not allowed in any of SF's parks, whether city-owned or federally owned.
SF Rec & Park gave North Beach neighbors an early holiday surprise, completing work a few weeks ahead of schedule.
Residents are reporting close calls with aggressive raccoons. Here's how to protect yourself and your pets.