The City

Spin hourly workers ratify first-ever collective bargaining agreement

Union contract awards e-scooter workers with higher pay, additional benefits and more paid-time-off

Critics blast proposed decades-long lease with gas station on public land

Proposal moves to full Board of Supervisors for vote despite objections

After weeks of delay, SFMTA emergency response projects can continue

Board of Supervisors denies five appeals against CEQA exemptions

Fare inspectors returning to Muni with new uniform, different approach

Absent thus far during the pandemic, Muni fare operators will be back…

Limited indoor dining, church services to begin in SF

San Francisco will move ahead Wednesday with indoor dining and church services…

Playgrounds set to reopen in October

For the first time since March, San Francisco’s outdoor playgrounds will reopen…

Attorneys call on city to honor ‘forged’ settlement with Black transit worker

Lawsuit at center of scandal filed by SFMTA employee over alleged discrimination, retaliation

Program busing homeless out of SF sees sharp decline

City to reopen in-person Homeward Bound office to boost participation

New law makes sustainable transit easier, faster and cheaper to implement

SB 288 will add a number of climate-friendly infrastructure projects to CEQA exemption list

Man clings to life after violent Mission District robbery

A 25-year-old man is clinging to life after being attacked by a…

North Bay fires spreading rapidly, prompting evacuations

Wildfires prompt extended Spare the Air Alert; heat advisory, red flag warnings in effect

Family, friends and police search for missing veteran with head injury

Abraham Isaac Siliezar, 56, is an at-risk missing person with multiple medical conditions

Tenderloin merchants, residents come together over street closures

Parts of Larkin, Golden Gate to close four days a week to promote outdoor business, dining

Fire danger high in North and East Bay as region enters another hot, dry weekend

Spare the Air Alert issued for Sunday as heat, smoke and fumes expected to increase

Twin Peaks closure leads to complaints from neighbors

Twin Peaks Boulevard will no longer be entirely closed to motor vehicles…

Breed nominates Palo Alto city planner Rachael Tanner to the Planning Commission

Mayor London Breed has named Rachael Tanner to serve on the Planning…

U.S. Attorney threatens legal action against SF over limits on indoor church services

Federal authorities threatened to take action on Friday if San Francisco did…

City to offer free permit for outdoor live music, amplified sound

San Francisco will make it easier for businesses to have outdoor live…

City announces $28 million for Latino community to combat COVID-19

The city will provide $28.5 million to support the city’s Latino community,…

SoMa supportive housing project on former federal property breaks ground

San Francisco city officials on Thursday broke ground on a new supportive…