The Order is effective as of midnight on Tuesday, March 17th and is effective until April 7th, 2020, or until it is extended.
This plan provides $10 million for businesses to offer an additional five days of sick leave pay to workers beyond their existing policies.
Order will go into effect immediately to prevent evictions of any resident who suffers a loss of income related to COVID-19.
Facilities will be closed to the public and will provide child care to the children of health care workers and low-income families.
The fund allows the City to accept tax-deductible monetary contributions, which can be spent on City efforts to respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
San Francisco urged to get involved in order to help keep foster children connected to their families, schools, and communities.
The services will focus on providing programming and social services for these populations in a supportive and gender-affirming environment.
HSA will be presenting its proposed budget to the public at upcoming commission and committee meetings. Join us to learn more.
Free tax assistance centers are now open to help San Franciscans maximize their refunds and apply for the San Francisco Working Families Credit (WFC).
"The rule is an abusive attack on our immigrant communities designed to make our most vulnerable residents choose between critical services or remaining in the U.S."