Anyway that's all private property under contract, not land open for public use.
San Francisco is a hop, skip, and a jump from the Santa Clara Valley. Plenty of tech-savvy members of the 1% have homes in the area. So I find it ironic (and farcical) that the city is resisting these technologies with all of its might.This week, the fight has taken a turn for the worse in San Francisco: The city is considering a bill that would allow the city to give financial rewards to people who snoop on their neighbors and report whether and how their are hosting people through Airbnb.
Airbnb versus San Francisco: The Fight Continues | National Review Online