San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that The City has cleared its application backlog of 919 accessory dwelling units.
San Francisco’s Public Library officials could soon decide to eliminate fines for overdue materials.
The mayors of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose joined Tuesday in urging the California Public Utilities Commission to delay voting on a proposal that they say could “disrupt the state’s clean energy programs and increase energy fees for utility customers.”
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to waive fees on accessory dwelling units to ease a housing shortage crisis, county officials said.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco struck down a California law imposing a fee on railroads transporting oil and other hazardous materials Thursday.
The public health department for Santa Clara County has launched a new data portal that offers hundreds of numbers and visualizations regarding public safety in the South Bay.
The Berkeley City Council at its meeting Tuesday will consider a proposal to ask City Manager Dee Williams-Ridley to develop a plan to create a “vehicle dweller park” for homeless people that would be similar to an RV park.
A yachtsman who illegally anchored his trimaran in Aquatic Park Cove in the City was ordered during his sentencing in federal court Thursday not to sail any boat of any kind into the cove in the next five years.
Santa Cruz County will accept tires at no cost under an amnesty program to reduce environmental impacts of illegal dumping and the spread of infectious diseases, according to county officials.
AAA is offering its free Tipsy Tow service this Saturday, St. Patrick’s Day, to make sure celebrants who consume too much green beer get home safely, a company spokesman said.
Teachers, nurses, transit workers and politicians rallied at San Francisco City Hall in response to a U.S. Supreme Court case that could decrease funding and participation in unions.
The SFMTA has been working with San Francisco police to conduct sting enforcement operations of disabled placard abuse.
BART’s Board of Directors mulled options for managing the parking facilities available at stations throughout the system.
The cities of San Jose and Santa Clara have reached a settlement over disputes related to proposed large developments.
Camping at Bicentennial campground in the Marin Headlands, which was free, will now cost $20.
All vehicles and shuttle passengers will be subject to the reservation system, but not visitors on foot or on bicycle.
Improved parking and pedestrian and visitor access at Muir Woods National Monument took a step closer this week.
A deal reached late Wednesday on the amount of affordable housing developers are required to provide sets stiffer requirements for some neighborhoods.
The University of California at Berkeley is the nation’s top best-value college in 2017 for the second year in a row according to a Forbes magazine ranking.
Twelve people were rescued last year in a notable elevator rescue on Facebook’s Menlo Park campus as rescues climbed in the U.S. because of urban growth.