San Francisco is a town in love with its food. There's no question that San Francisco is a major foodie destination & haven. The Emmy Award winning QuickBites explores the relationships between San Francisco's love affair with food, the communities it unites and the vehicles used to bring it all together. This is QuickBites... and you'll only find it on SFGovTV.
Women at Work is a series designed to create awareness of the evolving nature of women's roles in the workplace. The goal is to inspire women of all ages and at any stage of their life, to chase their dream career. On a larger scale, the goal of WAW is to even the odds in today's local, national, and world-wide workplaces by shattering the glass-ceiling and balancing the percentages of men and women in occupations that are substantially unbalanced. #WAW
This nationally award-winning series looks behind the simple act of voting to learn about the Department of Elections and explore the mechanics of holding an election in San Francisco. Each short episode explores a different facet of a very complex process, covering subjects such as ballot simplification, poll worker trainings and responsibilities, security, data management, accessibility, and election day management.
Shop + Dine in the 49 promotes local businesses and challenges residents to do their shopping and dining within the 49 square miles of San Francisco. By shopping, eating, drinking, playing, and utilizing local services within our neighborhoods, we help San Francisco’s corridors and local businesses to remain unique, successful, and vibrant.
You can help keep San Franciscans employed by buying local. 57 jobs are created for every $10 million spent locally, while online spending leads to less than a quarter the amount of job creation.
Locally owned businesses build strong communities. Supporting your friends and neighbors by investing in our community, helps to sustain our vibrant merchant corridors, healthier communities, and local institutions.
Dining locally stimulates economic activity. San Francisco’s 3,300+ restaurants, bars, clubs, and fairs generate $5.2 billion in economic activity annually, employing over 54,000 people.
Shopping locally reduces our environmental impact. Local stores help to sustain healthy, compact, and walkable neighborhoods-which reduce automobile use, and air and water pollution.
Buying local helps preserve the character and prosperity of the city we all love. San Francisco is unlike any other city in the world. By choosing to support locally owned businesses, we help maintain San Francisco’s diversity and distinctive flair and flavor.
Justice Matters, hosted by SF Public Defender Jeff Adachi, takes on the most pressing justice issues facing San Franciscans today. We'll explore topics such as racial profiling, police body cameras, and sky high bails. It's a necessary conversation because fairness matters, accountability matters and Justice Matters.