Small business owners in San Francisco are happy to welcome back some customers even if it is only curb side service.
Mayor London Breed discusses how San Francisco is lifting some shelter-in-place restrictions and addressing the coronavirus pandemic.
All retail businesses in San Francisco will be allowed to reopen on Monday for pickup and delivery, Mayor London Breed said.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed said that the city is moving forward with gradually reopening certain businesses as early as next Monday to jumpstart the economy.
Long before the crisis, the Tenderloin neighborhood faced many challenges, but COVID-19 has led to a renewed focus on how to support unsheltered residents.
Clad in black and holding red flowers, more than 50 people laid on the street in front of San Francisco Mayor London Breed's home Thursday evening to call attention to the potential fate of the city's unhoused amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of San Francisco supervisors say the mayor's excuses for not housing the homeless in empty hotel rooms during the pandemic are wearing thin. They say she still has a chance to work with them on an emergency ordinance that passed. If not, they may seek legal options.
San Francisco city supervisors and homeless advocates on Tuesday denounced Mayor London Breed's refusal to acquire more than 8,000 hotel rooms to protect the city's homeless from the coronavirus as part of an emergency ordinance approved unanimously by supervisors earlier this month.
The extension of stay-at-home orders in six Bay Area counties is not what most residents wanted to hear, although many said they agreed it's the safest thing to do.
San Francisco residents have been told to obey social distancing guidelines and warned that the shelter-in-place order will likely be extended.
San Francisco's shelter-in-place order will "very likely" be extended for several weeks or a month later than its current May 3 expiration date, Mayor London Breed said.
The remarks were made early in the afternoon on Friday, April 24, 2020.
Monday is April 20th and traditionally that means thousands of cannabis fans show up to Golden Gate Park celebrate all things marijuana. City leaders are saying cannabis celebrants are not welcome this year. Cannabis culture will have to be on hold this 4/20 due to COVID-19.
Among the speakers on Friday, April 17, 2020, were Mayor London Breed, Dr. Grant Colfax, SFMTA Director Jeffrey Turkin, and SFPD Chief Bill Scott.
The MSC-South homeless shelter, located at 525 5th Street, is currently housing 100 people.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and other city officials held the briefing at 1 p.m. on Friday, April 20, 2020.
San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an emergency ordinance requiring paid sick leave for essential workers like grocery clerks, janitors, and delivery people working for large companies during the coronavirus public health crisis.
Local leaders are working with state and federal officials on issues of public health, economic recovery and proper equipment for first responders, just to name a few.
KTVU Political Reporter sat down with Mayors from San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco for a digital forum amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Friday responded to calls from supervisors and housing activists that the city house all of its 8,000 homeless residents in hotel rooms, in the wake of a confirmed novel coronavirus case at a homeless shelter.