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The Re-Opening of San Francisco’s Economy, February Report

The Re-Opening of San Francisco’s Economy, February Report

Having dropped back under 20 percent in January, driven by the Omicron surge, the weekly attendance rate for office workers in San Francisco, which was nearing 30 percent in mid-December, has since ticked back up to around 25 percent, according to the City’s latest Re-Opening report. At the same... Read More »

Omicron’s Impact on the Reopening of San Francisco

Omicron’s Impact on the Reopening of San Francisco

While muddled by a typical holiday slowdown at the end of the year, the impact of the Omicron variant on return to office plans (as measured by office attendance, which dropped back under 20 percent) and tourism in San Francisco (as measured by hotel occupancy, which dropped back under... Read More »

Re-Opening of San Francisco’s Economy, November Report

Re-Opening of San Francisco’s Economy, November Report

While local bridge traffic is back to around 90 percent of its pre-Covid volume, BART ridership is still down by nearly 80 percent and weekly office attendance within the San Francisco Metropolitan area – which includes Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties – is still... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Inches Up, Still Down Over 300K

Bay Area Employment Inches Up, Still Down Over 300K

Having increased by 5,700 in May, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 4,700 in June to 521,400, representing the most employed residents in San Francisco since the pandemic hit and 33,100 more employed residents in the city than there were at the... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Rebounding, But…

Bay Area Employment Rebounding, But…

Having slipped in April, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 5,300 in May to 516,300, representing the most employed residents in the city since the pandemic hit and 37,500 more employed residents than at the same time last year. That being said,... Read More »

San Francisco Reopened, Unscheduled Open Houses Allowed

For the first time since early 2020, real estate Open Houses and showings can once again be held in San Francisco without any capacity, distancing or scheduling requirements in place, as all pandemic related business and activity restrictions, other than for “mega-events” events with more than 5,000 people indoors,... Read More »

San Francisco’s City Hall Will Reopen in June

San Francisco’s City Hall Will Reopen in June

Having closed to the public in March of last year, San Francisco’s City Hall will reopen for in-person services, such as applying for marriage licenses, obtaining birth and death certificates, recording and researching documents, registering businesses, and the processing of property and business taxes and fees, along with general... Read More »

Bars Can Reopen in San Francisco, Plus… [UPDATED]

Bars Can Reopen in San Francisco, Plus… [UPDATED]

With the COVID-19 case rate for San Francisco having dropped to an average of under 30 new cases per day, or under 3 new cases per 100,000 residents, and the testing positivity rate having inched back down to 0.6 percent, the assessed risk level for San Francisco County has... Read More »

Indoor Venues Can Reopen in San Francisco, Plus…

As of Thursday, April 15, 2021, indoor live-audience events, performances and private events (such as conferences and receptions) will be allowed to resume in San Francisco, albeit at reduced capacities, and existing restrictions on other activities and gatherings will be further relaxed. Indoor ticketed and seated events will be... Read More »

COVID Case Rate Inching Back Up in San Francisco

COVID Case Rate Inching Back Up in San Francisco

Having dropped to pandemic low of 0.78 percent three weeks ago, the 7-day average positivity rate for those who are tested for COVID-19, which effectively peaked at 5.36 percent in early January, has inched back up to 0.94 percent. And as such, the average number of daily new COVID-19... Read More »