San Francisco property tax can be paid in person at The Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector in City Hall Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 8 am to 5 pm. Wait times at the office are longer around delinquency dates.
Property taxes are payable in two equal installments, the first is due November 1st and delinquent after December 10th, and the second is due on March 1st and delinquent after April 10th.
Blue Bottle Coffee opened its first cafe in January 2005 in a garage at 315 Linden Street, in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley.
Located in an alley off Gough Street, between Hayes and Fell Streets, the kiosk cafe is still open today. Blue Bottle Coffee has since expanded, opening more locations in San Francisco, and other cities including New York, LA, and Tokyo.
There are no BART stations by the Chase Center in San Francisco’s Mission Bay.
The most convenient BART stop is 16th Street Mission station, from where Muni bus Route 55 runs along 16th and stops at the Chase Center. For game days and concerts Muni also operates the 78X 16th Street Arena Express from the same stop to the Chase Center approximately 2.5 hours before the start of Chase Center events and 30 minutes afterwards back to the 16th St BART station.
Muni services are free during games and concerts with your Chase Center event ticket.
The Golden State Warriors NBA basketball team relocated in 2019 to the Chase Center in San Francisco from their previous home arena across the bay in Oakland.
The San Francisco Dons NCAA men’s college basketball team also plays some games at the Chase Center when not playing at the Sobrato Center.
Classifieds website Craigslist was started in 1995 from founder Craig Newmark’s ground floor apartment at 1010 Cole Street in San Francisco.
Craigslist operated from here until 2000 when it moved to offices in the Sunset District.