Housing, Public Safety Among SF Mayor’s Priorities in $11B City Budget

San Francisco Mayor London Breed Wednesday signed the city’s budget for the next two fiscal years, pledging to invest in housing, street cleaning and public safety, among other things.

Breed signed the $11 billion budget for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 fiscal years this morning, after the Board of Supervisors approved it at their Tuesday meeting.

“This budget will address our most pressing issues while also making a number of critical investments in our future,” Breed said. “What we see on our streets is unacceptable and these budget investments are a key step to ensuring that San Franciscans see and feel a difference in all of our neighborhoods.”