By: Sarah Jackson
In a big city like San Francisco, there’s often one person in a group who says “call me when you get home so I know you made it … Read More
By: Sean Godlewski
If you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard by now, California is in a major drought, yet according to the San Jose Mercury News, California … Read More
By: Daniel Burt
Few stadiums have been serenaded to in the way Candlestick Park was last week as Paul McCartney performed the final show at the iconic ‘Stick to a … Read More
By: Isabella Jaye Here at Reset San Francisco we’re always excited to hear what innovative approaches other cities are taking to Government 2.0, especially when it comes to making sure … Read More
By: Liz Medrano
Have you ever wondered how San Francisco’s public transit system compares to other systems in other cities nationwide? FiveThirtyEight published a review of the ridership data of … Read More
By: Julia Rowe
Tired of trying to make sense of Muni’s confusing and sometimes frustrating bus and metro map? As part of the new “Muni Forward Project” Muni is rolling … Read More
Like a Candle in the Wind
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SF Gets New Chief Information Officer
San Francisco 49ers to Face Atlanta Falcons Sunday
How do I pay for my San Francisco parking ticket online?
Look To Your Neighbor, SF: Cafeteria Composting Helps Oakland Students Go Green
Kitestring, The (Non) App That Can Save Your Life
August 22, 2014
California Drought: 1.0 and 2.0 Solutions
New York City’s Green Cart Program Combats Food Deserts
August 21, 2014
How is your city’s public transit doing?
A Better Muni Map Coming Soon
August 20, 2014
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