Due to COVID-19, City departments and community partners collaborated to safely distribute turkeys at public housing locations and non-profit organizations.
SF Botanical Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, and the Japanese Tea Garden offer free admission to those receiving government food assistance and Medi-Cal benefits.
The We Will Recover campaign promotes actions that San Franciscans can take to support the City’s recovery from COVID-19.
The first phase begins of the plan to eventually move 2,300 people out of hotels and into stable housing solutions.
The delay impacts those activities and businesses scheduled to reopen on November 3rd. Those already open may continue operating.
JobsNOW! program grows by over $7 million to support 3,600 subsidized employment placements by hundreds of local employers.
The City is partnering with the nonprofit Shanti Project to provide personalized ballot pick-up and drop-off services to those who request assistance.
Reopening offices and expanding capacity at businesses such as fitness studios, restaurants, places of worship, personal services, recreation facilities, and more.
This reopening phase includes indoor restaurants and places of worship, and plans for outdoor playgrounds, and indoor movie theaters.
The COVID-related funding expansion includes support for health, housing, food access, workforce, and small businesses.