San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has appointed a longtime HIV and AIDS activist as District 8 supervisor, the mayor’s office announced this morning. Jeff Sheehy …
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener appears to have defeated Supervisor Jane Kim in a hard-fought campaign for District 11 state Senate.
The balance of power on San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors shifted toward the center following Tuesday’s election.
City officials Thursday cut the ribbon on a new park in Noe Valley that will provide a home for a weekly farmers’ market and other community events.
Officials looked at a projection of population density by 2040 to determine future ridership demand.
A group leading an effort to recall Mayor Ed Lee announced their plans Friday morning on the steps of City Hall.
A measure headed for the November ballot would make it easier for police to remove homeless tent encampments.
A November ballot measure would create a dedicated police unit targeting crimes such as home burglaries, automobile break-ins and automobile thefts.
Scott Wiener held a narrower than expected lead over Jane Kim in the hotly contested State Senate primary Tuesday.
San Francisco supervisors are set to consider legislation extending rent control protections to residents receiving federal housing subsidies for people with HIV/AIDS.
Following public outcry, officials suspended a permit program that allowed people to reserve lawn areas at Dolores Park.
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener today introduced a ballot measure that would require the city to take responsibility for all street trees and create a dedicated fund and parcel tax to pay for their maintenance.
San Francisco today became the first major city in the country to approve legislation requiring solar panels on new buildings.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to make The City the first in the country to require most employers to provide six weeks of fully paid parental leave.
Legislation that would require San Francisco companies to provide fully paid parental leave to employees will go before the full Board of Supervisors in April.
A group of San Francisco supervisors announced their opposition to proposed regulations that would sharply reduce off-leash areas within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
New legislation introduced Tuesday by San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener would require all new construction within the city, including residential and commercial buildings, to have solar panels installed.
Legislation that would increase the legal age to buy tobacco in San Francisco from 18 to 21 was moved forward to the full Board of Supervisors.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board Tuesday voted to move ahead with revisions to a controversial commuter shuttle program.
Supervisor Scott Wiener introduced a resolution that would direct tax revenue toward supportive housing options