San Francisco is banning the sale of upholstered furniture and children’s products that contain flame retardant chemicals.
Autonomous delivery robots now have a chance to use some of San Francisco’s sidewalks under a new revised proposed ordinance.
The Van Ness Improvement Project has fallen behind schedule by nearly six months.
San Francisco is a step closer in banning the sales of upholstery furniture and children’s products with flame retardant chemicals.
San Francisco supervisors Tuesday put the approval of most new medical cannabis dispensaries on hold.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will hold a hearing in November on whether to rescind the controversial sale of a private street.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved compromise legislation seeking to curb fraudulent owner move-in evictions.
Funding to further look into implementing a toll and reservation system on the crookedest part of Lombard Street was put on hold Tuesday.
Two pieces of legislation were introduced to the Board of Supervisors aiming to make it harder for landlords to fraudulently evict tenants by falsely claiming they plan to live in the property.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority board approved further study of a reservation and toll system for Lombard Street driver.
San Francisco could have a citywide workforce policy that includes guaranteeing work on public works projects over $1 million for skilled labor workers,
Proponents of a proposed tax on technology companies in San Francisco Tuesday said that they plan to collect signatures to place it on a future ballot.
A measure headed for the November ballot would make it easier for police to remove homeless tent encampments.
San Francisco supervisors continued to debate who should foot the bill for costs related to Super Bowl 50 events.
San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell Tuesday introduced an ordinance that would require firearms dealers to videotape all gun and ammunition sales.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell Tuesday introduced an ordinance that would give developers more flexibility in satisfying city affordable housing laws.
Supervisor Mark Farrell announced plans to introduce a measure on the June 2016 ballot creating a dedicated source of revenue for city parks.
David Campos said that if his measure were voted down after the one-month continuance he would work to take it to the voters in November.