Police Blotter – May 5, 2016

SFPD Richmond District Police Station Weekly Update 05-05-2016 From Captain Paul Yep: Great News! As I am writing this newsletter, your Richmond Police Station officers have just made an outstanding arrest of a Burglary/Hot Prowl suspect! The officers are now… Continue Reading

Saturday’s Richmond Community Health Festival offers free screenings, cultural performances, kid’s activities & more

This Saturday, the Richmond Recreation Center (251 18th Avenue) will host the annual Richmond Community Health Festival. Every year, the festival brings local health services, practitioners and cultural groups to the neighborhood for a free informational event. Saturday’s event runs… Continue Reading


Hulu’s “Chance” TV series to film on 4th Avenue this Thursday. Possible Hugh Laurie sighting?

A new television series will be filming some scenes in the neighborhood this Thursday. Hulu’s upcoming series entitled Chance stars British actor Hugh Laurie as a neuropsychiatrist living in San Francisco: Based on Kem Nunn’s novel, Chance is described as… Continue Reading


Something finally happening at The Alexandria (parking lot)

Fencing is now up along the Alexandria Theater’s back lot on the 18th Avenue side. The lot was previously used for paid parking and for YMCA members. It was also a favorite for homeless campers for awhile. An ownership group… Continue Reading


Saturday: Healthy Kids Day at Argonne Playground

Tomorrow, the Richmond District YMCA will host Healthy Kids Day, a national, free event full of activities designed to entertain and remind kids how fun it is to be active and healthy. The event takes place at Argonne Playground (18th… Continue Reading


Police Blotter – April 28, 2016

SFPD Richmond District Police Station Weekly Update 04-28-2016 Here are some of the incidents that occurred in the Richmond Police District this week: STOLEN VEHICLE 04/20/2016 3:40 PM Geary Blvd. & Broderick St. The victims went to get in their… Continue Reading


Dog owners beware: Coyote sightings & interactions on the rise in Presidio

It’s pup season for San Francisco’s coyote population (March through October), and that means coyote parents are on high alert and ready to defend their dens. As a result, there’s been an alarming increase this month in coyote sightings and… Continue Reading