Preserving existing affordable housing and encouraging new affordable housing are two key strategies for addressing San Francisco’s housing affordability crisis. On Thursday, the Planning Commission will hold a hearing on an ordinance that advances both strategies.
The March 3rd primary election includes several San Francisco ballot measures. Livable City urges you to vote, and support San Francisco Propositions A, B, C, and D.
This week, the Planning Commission will consider replacing the car-free block of Natoma Street, which is currently the longest pedestrianized block in SoMa.
As San Francisco’s housing affordability and homelessness crises continue to worsen, the need for rethinking our approach to housing is clear. “Gentle density” allows more housing in low-density areas of the City with new, small-scaled buildings.
Private cars and light trucks are the largest source of carbon emissions in California. Parking reform is part of the solution.
At 5:04 pm on October 17, 1989, deep under the Santa Cruz Mountains, a 25-mile section San Andreas fault ruptured. Powerful shockwaves rippled…