The city-run tent village opened in May 2020 as a temporary measure to mitigate a spike in encampments during the pandemic.
A new lawsuit is seeking financial compensation from the City and County of San Francisco and disclosures about Zachary McAuliffe’s record as an SFPD officer.
SFPD’s Capt. Chris Canning says the Tenderloin emergency order has “absolutely made a difference.”
Outside a press conference, workers at the Tenderloin Housing Clinic decried low pay and poor working conditions.
The Board of Supervisors is set to vote on an appointee who may need to recuse herself from key votes, raising questions about the city’s many homeless advisory boards.
Surfers are taking full advantage of rare conditions that produced picturesque waves doubling the size of the average human on Thursday morning.
California public libraries are loaning out state park passes to card holders, opening up access to Bay Area favorites.
The two sites contain a total of 274 housing units of varying sizes, including 200 units intended exclusively for families.
The group, called Mothers Against Drug Deaths, says the city should address open-air fentanyl dealing before drawing tourists back downtown.
DPH says it’s filled more than 200 vacant positions spanning behavioral health clinicians, pharmacists and others.