City Hall Identifies 2 Ingleside Sites For Potential Safe Sleeping Villages

The Balboa Reservoir

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — At the request of the Board of Supervisors, San Francisco’s Real Estate Division and Recreation and Parks Department submitted a list of 42 potential sites that could serve as emergency shelter, including two located in Ingleside, during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Campus and the San … Read more

Despite Budget Crisis, Balboa Park Station Housing Project Funding Intact

A rendering of the Upper Yard housing development project slated for Balboa Park station. Image courtesy of Mithun.

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — Mayor London Breed submitted a revised budget to the Board of Supervisors last week that closed a $246 million deficit for the current fiscal year caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 that preserves funding for the housing development at Balboa Park station. “Proud to announce despite the overwhelming challenges we face … Read more

After Anti-Black Incident On Broad Street, Community Convenes To Discuss Path Forward

A community breakfast on Broad Street in May sparked a conversation about the neighborhood and race. Courtesy photo/OMICPP

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — It was the sort of incident that could have made national news. The leader of a community-based organization called the police on a gathering of young men, most of whom were Black, for having a cookout on the sidewalk. The complaint drew outrage, spurring a community-wide discussion about anti-Blackness in the Ocean … Read more

Ingleside Business Targeted By Looters Five Times Over The Weekend

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — A small business burglarized multiple times, more boarded up storefronts and a raided cash register discarded on a sidestreet were Ingleside’s remnants Monday morning of the vandalism and theft following the peaceful George Floyd police killing protests. Bay Area Gold and Silver Buyers, the neighborhood’s lone pawn shop on the 1900 block … Read more

#GuerillaHistorians Post Historic Photographs Around Ingleside

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — They struck with paper printouts and scotch tape. Historians and volunteers from the Western Neighborhoods Project’s OpenSFHistory program taped several historic pictures of Ocean Avenue along the corridor last week. “Using the hashtag #GuerrillaHistorian, posters have appeared in less-celebrated San Francisco neighborhoods, including Ingleside, Sunnyside, Corona Heights and Presidio Terrace,” according … Read more

Mayor London Breed: Adjusting To Our New Normal

By Mayor London Breed San Francisco has come together in an incredible way to slow the spread of COVID-19 in San Francisco, and I’m proud of the progress we’ve made. I know we’re all looking forward to the time when we can visit with friends and family, go out to a restaurant, get a haircut, … Read more

BREAKING: Police Make Multiple Arrests In Connection to Ingleside Shoot-Out

Neighbors and workers gave first aid to a passerby wounded during a shooting on Ocean Avenue.

The San Francisco Police Department announced five arrests made in connection to three gang-related shoot-outs, including the May 12 incident in Ingleside when the occupants of two vehicles shot more than forty rounds at one another and hit a passerby. “The SFPD Gang Task Force worked with officers from the Patrol and Investigations Bureaus to … Read more