San Francisco’s roughly $13 billion budget hangs in the balance as the city crawls back from a pandemic-induced economic slump.
The city’s 311 system processes 20,000 requests for street cleanup per month, but inefficiencies abound between city crews and private neighborhood efforts. A recent push hopes to change that.
Office workers are staying home for now, but record levels of investment in S.F. suggest a brighter long-term outlook for downtown.
With the Delta variant spreading, Breed and the City Attorney aim to broaden vaccine mandates beyond the city’s own workforce of 37,000.
A new city ordinance will require greater oversight of the billions in grants that San Francisco departments award each year.
About $28 million in funds for service contracts went unspent in fiscal 2021, according to city budget analyst.
Police chief Bill Scott said SFPD is losing officers and needs to hire to continue enacting reforms. As the city rolls out more non-police services, some Supervisors questioned the department’s desired $661M budget.
Last month, Mayor London Breed issued a sweeping announcement about the city’s commitment to a…
Supervisors held the first in a series of hearings that will determine how San Francisco’s money is spent over the next two years.
Breed’s budget includes funding for housing, addiction and mental health, public safety, and economic recovery.