Last chance to stop AT&T box on Scott Street

The City Hall hearing to object to AT&T’s proposed placement of a new electrical box on the sidewalk in front of 410 Scott Street at Oak (near the dry cleaner).
DPW Hearing
Wednesday, December 11
9 a.m., City Hall, Room 400
 This will be our one and only opportunity to convince the City to reject AT&T’s plan for our block.
Please mark your calendar to join us at the hearing.  If you are unable to make it, please send the City your objection in writing.

Persons unable to attend the public hearing may submit written comments regarding the subject matter to the Bureau of Street Use and Mapping, 1155 Market Street, 3rd Floor, SF CA 94103.

These comments will be brought to the attention of the hearing officer and made a part of the official public record.

Tour Bus hearing Tuesday Nov 19

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors will hold a hearing on Tuesday, November 19 regarding proposed Tour Bus Restrictions in the Alamo Square neighborhood.  The meeting will be held in City Hall, Room 400 and will begin at 1 p.m.

Two variations of tour bus restrictions will be presented for Board action.  Option 1 would prohibit commercial vehicles with nine or more seats on all streets north of Fell Street, east of Divisadero Street, south of Golden Gate Avenue and west of Webster Street, except employer shuttle buses.  Commercial vehicles with nine or more seats would be allowed on the boundary streets.  The existing tour bus loading zone on the north side of Fell Street just west of Divisadero Street would be removed and relocated to the north side of Fell Street just east of Pierce Street.  Option 2 is the same as Option 1 except it would allow enclosed tour buses to operate on Hayes Street between Divisadero and Webster streets.

Public testimony will be taken at the meeting.  Written comments should be addressed to:

The full agenda for the November 19 meeting will be posted a few days prior to November 19 at:   Board of Directors | SFMTA

For questions on this matter, please contact Jerry Robbins of SFMTA at