San Francisco News
SF nannies can now get residential parking permits
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco nannies are now eligible for residential parking permits.
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency voted Tuesday to give nannies a break when it comes to parking.
Under the new program the nanny's employer will have to prove they have a young child and get half of their neighbors on the block to sign a petition.
Previously nannies had to move their car every two hours or face getting tickets.
A coalition of families fought for the change.
SFMTA, san francisco news
- Bay Area man survives avalanche on Mount Everest 30 min ago
- San Francisco officer injured in crash after pursuit
- Confirmed death toll in ferry disaster climbs to 33
- Strong earthquake strikes off Papua New Guinea
- Crews search for person after boat accident in Brentwood 13 min ago
- CHP officer struck by hit-and-run driver on Highway 101
- Brother of man killed by drunk driver throws first pitch 6 min ago
- Young Oakland woman dies at Coachella music fest
- Scratch lotto ticket bought in Milpitas worth $1.3M
- Counties tell Brown they need money for his law
- Brentwood police investigate armed robbery spree
- California regulators propose coyote-killing ban
- Minimalists find happiness living with less
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Saturday