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The Union Square Business Improvement District started its small six-camera program in 2012 but have since expanded to more than 350 with the help of grant funding.
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A network of security cameras in San Francisco is getting bigger.
San Francisco is on the verge of banning fur sales despite business leaders decrying the prohibition and warning of job and tax revenue loss.
As the steward of San Francisco’s most iconic area, Union Square Business Improvement District members know what it’s like to work to address San Francisco’s No. 1 and seemingly most intractable issue — homelessness.
Food vendors, entertainers and puppies will once again replace jackhammers and wooden walls as one of San Francisco’s newest holiday traditions transforms two blocks of Stockton Street from a cacophonous construction zone into a pop-up pedestrian plaza.
Businesses in San Francisco's Union Square neighborhood say they're seeing an increase in the homeless in the area.