City Hall: Golf fees to change, pets to get free chips 

The Recreation and Park Department will discuss changing fees for the Resident Golf Card as well as Harding Park fees during its Thursday meeting, held at 2 p.m. in room 416 of City Hall. See a copy of the department’s agenda online.

Planning Department gets new office

The San Francisco Planning Department is relocating to a new space at 1650 Mission St., Suite 400, as of May 1. As a result, current offices at 30 Van Ness will be closed April 20 and 23, and all Planning Department offices will be closed April 27 and 30. More information about the move is available online.

Affordable housing plan outlined, may be adopted

The Mayor’s Office of Housing will give an information-only presentation on The City’s affordable housing policies and strategies Thursday at 10 a.m. in Room 416 of City Hall. At 1:30 p.m. in Room 400, the Planning Commission will consider adopting General Plan, Planning Code, Zoning Map amendments and approve other actions related to the Market and Octavia Plan. More information on this six-year planning process is available online. 

Free microchips available for city residents’ pets

Friends of San Francisco Animal Care and Control department will host a free microchipping clinic for pets April 15 from 1 p.m. to 4 a.m. at 1200 15th St. Pets should be properly leashed or in a carrier; nonresidents ofSan Francisco should expect to pay a fee of $15 per pet. For more information call (415) 822-5566.



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