Would the government work better if you had more say?
At Reset San Francisco – we think the answer to that question is absolutely yes, which is why we were … Read More
San Francisco’s besieged crime lab is back in the news once again.
And while the scandal involving Deborah Madden, stolen cocaine and nearly 700 dropped cases may be behind us, … Read More
Do you have time for a celebration this Wednesday evening?
We’ve been working so hard to Reset San Francisco and we shouldn’t forget to celebrate our success. Thanks to our … Read More
Since one of the fundamental principles of Government 2.0 is responding to data and facts, Reset San Francisco is always tracking how governments are gathering and using information. Here’s what … Read More
A new report out today shows closing the Amazon.com tax loophole would mean up to $1 billion in new state revenue, while helping to level the playing field for California’s … Read More
It’s not a coincidence that parking in San Francisco is always a hot topic on Reset San Francisco. Whether it’s our unfair ticket plan petition or our latest post on … Read More
SF Giants vs. KC Royals: World Series 2014 tickets, times and locations
Resilience Is A Team Sport
SF Supes Vote to Lace City with New Fiber Optic Networks
California Aquifers Contaminated With Billions of Gallons of Fracking Waste
Bridging the Digital Divide … at SF Jails?
CHINA IS BUILDING THE FIRST SELF-SUSTAINABLE, ECO-FRIENDLY CITY
Friday Morning News Roundup
October 31, 2014
Thursday Morning News Roundup
October 30, 2014
Wednesday Morning News Roundup
October 29, 2014
The Bay Bridge Lights May Soon Go Dark
October 28, 2014
Tuesday Morning News Roundup
October 27, 2014
Reset San Francisco is California Assemblymember Phil Ting’s online community that’s engaging residents around ideas, solutions and our love for our great city.