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
- Freeze Warning remains in effect across Bay Area
- World mourns death of Nelson Mandela 59 min ago
- Audit finds BART police make progress in reforms
- Shelter-in-place advisory lifted for Pittsburg residents
- Speeding driver rear-ends San Jose police officer 1 min ago
- Statewide AMBER Alert for Washington girl
- Bay Area mourns death of Nelson Mandela
- Parents sound off on baby seat with iPad-holder 39 min ago
- 5th day of searching for SJ CEO turns up empty
- Teen arrested in theft of part from Paul Walker crash
- Teens arrested for alleged gang rape near Richmond
- abcnews: 5 unexpected facts about Nelson Mandela
- roundup: Hate crime task force; Suspect fatally shot
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Friday
- Bay Area weather forecast for Friday
12 min ago
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos