Tag: Planning Commission

SF’s shrinking population of children raises concern for city planners

An educational presentation on San Francisco's low population of children took place during a Planning Commission meeting Thursday, launching a…

2 years ago

Public comment period nears end for massive One Oak development

A large mixed-use development planned for the corner of Market and Oak Streets is nearing the end of its public…

2 years ago

Natural Areas Plan draws opposition over golf course redevelopment, tree removal, off-leash dogs

A hearing today on an ambitious 20-year plan to manage San Francisco's natural areas drew opposition from dog owners, urban…

2 years ago

SF’s inclusionary housing rates look for ‘sweet spot’

San Francisco needs more affordable housing, but how much should be mandated from developers remains up for debate. Months after…

2 years ago

New SoMa plan could produce $2B for SF

San Francisco hopes to change city rules for part of the South of Market neighborhood to build up to 7,500…

2 years ago

Planning Commission will have two vacancies come next week

The Planning Commission is set to have two vacancies this month following the departure of Cindy Wu on Thursday and…

2 years ago

Amid housing crisis, net new housing drops in SF for first time in four years

For the first time in four years, the number of new homes built in San Francisco decreased in 2015 amid…

2 years ago

SF looks to better manage transit plans for new development

Managing transportation options for new development projects in San Francisco could become more streamlined under a proposal set to go…

2 years ago