Tag: homeless

Tent encampments cleared out in Mission District

San Francisco Public Works crews and San Francisco Police Department officers began clearing streets of tents and their residents throughout…

5 months ago

SF officials support expansion of conservatorships to address homelessness, drug addiction

By next year, San Francisco could have broader conservatorship powers to force those who are homeless and struggling with mental…

8 months ago

Man leaves flyers at Mission tent encampment threatening to ‘burn’ and ‘beat’ homeless

A man allegedly distributed flyers at a Mission District homeless encampment Friday threatening to beat and burn those living there…

8 months ago

Uber’s security guards displace homeless near self-driving car storage facility

Ride-hail company Uber has been making headlines recently after releasing (and then removing) a fleet of driverless cars onto San…

2 years ago

Lava Mae seeks safe home for shower buses after multiple break-ins affect service

Mobile shower nonprofit Lava Mae is struggling with an issue many face in San Francisco: safe, secure parking. The mobile…

2 years ago

Top stories of the week: driverless Ubers, funding for homeless, Twitter surveillance

Had a busy week? Here are our top local news stories from the past few days. SF stretched to the limit by…

2 years ago

More than 1,000 people on waitlist for City’s shelter beds

The Coalition on Homelessness has announced that the waitlist for San Francisco's shelter beds has exceeded 1,000 people. 1 ,009 people…

2 years ago

SF planning director calls gentrification ‘undeniable, and of serious concern’

The head of the Planning Department acknowledged in a letter Friday the severity of gentrification occurring in San Francisco amid…

2 years ago