Paid Parklet Permit System Hits Application Deadline, Most SF Businesses Intend To Keep Their Parklets
The free ride is over for San Francisco parklets, but now that businesses must pay $2,000 a year for each parking space their parklet occupies, nearly 80% of current parklet owners are still opting to keep them.
Breed Picks Fight With Chronicle Over Alleged ‘Misinformation’ in Shared Spaces Red Tape Exposé
After the Chronicle ran a report noting that 90% of the city’s Shared Spaces parklets “will need to be removed or significantly changed” under new regulations, Breed ran to rant on Medium and called the report “misinformation.”
SF Restaurant and Bar Parklets Could Become Permanent, But Supervisors Are Keen on Imposing More Rules
The 2,100 new Shared Spaces and parklet platforms around San Francisco are potentially becoming permanent fixtures, but if the Board of Supervisors has their way there will likely be a host of new restrictions and regulations.
Breed Vows to Make ‘Shared Spaces’ Parklets Permanent, Threatens Parklet Ballot Measure
After a Board of Supervisors subcommittee recommended a two-week delay to fine-tune parklet legislation, Breed went nuclear saying they wanted to “butcher my legislation” and threatened to override them with a ballot measure.