High atop the second highest hill in the city, with a curvy street perfect for skating, skaters took to the streets to protest racism.
Plywood lining U.S. city streets is the backdrop for an urgent era of civic art.
"This is a concrete, bold, and immediate step towards true reparations for black people," says Supervisor Shamann Walton.
What to know during the COVID-19 outbreak in the city, from mass transit provisions to major closures.
Part of the "slow streets" program, these closures will add even more safe spaces for essential trips.
But restrictions on open houses and limitations on in-person viewings remain.
"The curve is flat," but so are the odds of a speedy reopening.
The city will also close McLaren Park’s Shelley Drive.
Through vehicular traffic will be banned but local access permitted.
Lack of university support and legal protections leave students high and dry.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera says there’s broad power to commandeer buildings and land during an emergency.
"This legislation will save lives," says Supervisor Hillary Ronen
The SF lawmaker takes a page from Oakland with permanent—but limited—renter shield.
It’s all part of making social distancing easier for everyone
Shelterless people will instead be placed in hotels.
Transit metrics dropped last month, as people listened to public health warnings and stayed home.
Directive expected to go past original April 7 end date.
No playgrounds, picnics, rock walls, or dog parks.
Health crisis "compounding scarcity" as city struggles to find places to put everybody.
Residents discuss how life is changing under the new shelter-in-place restrictions.