Most towed vehicles in San Francisco go to the City and County of San Francisco Impound on 7th Street, between Harrison Street and Bryant Street, which is open 24 hours a day.
The facility is operated by the City’s contractor, Auto Return, and confirmation that a vehicle is there can be made online at autoreturn.com or by calling 415-865-8200.
To release your towed vehicle you must appear in person at the impound and pay all fees. To claim a vehicle towed by order of the San Francisco Police Department, you must first obtain a release form by taking your driver’s license and proof of ownership to a police station.
The 2019 season Super Bowl LIV was played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on February 2nd, 2020, between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. The Kansas City Chiefs won, defeating the 49ers 31–20, and Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP.
McCovey Cove is named in honor of former San Francisco Giants baseball player Willie McCovey.
The body of water in San Francisco Bay is officially called China Basin, but the section alongside Oracle Park, the Giants’ ballpark, that lies outside right field is widely known as McCovey Cove. Credit for suggesting the name originally is given to sportswriters Mark Purdy and Leonard Koppett.
Splash hits are recorded when Giants players hit home runs that land in the Cove on the fly and an electronic counter on the right field wall keeps a tally of the total since the ballpark opened in 2000. Barry Bonds was the first to hit a home run that landed in the water on May 1st, 2000.
The 2013 season Super Bowl XLVIII was played at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on February 2nd, 2014 between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks won, defeating the Broncos 43-8, and giving them their first ever Super Bowl victory. Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith was named Super Bowl MVP.
The fifteen digit clock on the building facade above Best Buy at 1 Union Square South in New York measures the time from midnight and the time remaining in the day as follows:
From the left side the first seven digits show the time in 24-hour format as hours, minutes, seconds and tenths of a second.
The last seven digits, from right to left, display the time remaining in the day as hours, minutes, seconds and tenths of a second.
The eighth digit in the center represents hundredths of a second.
For example, if the clock shows 120510911495411, the time is 12:05 and 10.9 seconds, and there are 11 hours, 54 minutes, and 49.1 seconds left in the day.
The clock display is called The Passage and is part of larger art installation on the building, called Metronome by Kristin Jones and Andrew Ginzel.