Isn’t This Kind of Chalk-On-The-Sidewalk Ad Seen on Haight Street Illegal in San Francisco? The Answer Will Amaze You!

Or rather, the answer will amaze the owner of this cafe in the Upper Haight area.

That’s ’cause, yes, this kind of thing isn’t permitted in the City & County.

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4 Responses to “Isn’t This Kind of Chalk-On-The-Sidewalk Ad Seen on Haight Street Illegal in San Francisco? The Answer Will Amaze You!”

  1. Einstein says:

    So, children playing hopscotch on the sidewalk risk being tasered, clubbed and cuffed?

  2. sfcitizen says:

    I think its gotta be an ad….

  3. Einstein says:

    Test: Let’s give little Madison and Jackson a box of chalk and film the arrival of a SWAT team, helicopters, and a K-9 unit converge on them.
    They’ll probably be cited for helmet-less hopping on a public street; endangering the safety of pedestrians, contributing to urban blight and disorderly conduct.
    I say the All-knowing Council of the Wise, the Board of Supervisors should raise the age for chalk purchasing to 21.

  4. Justin Alan Ryan says:

    Joke all you want, but SFPD, Oakland PD, and others have in fact gotten pretty violent with occupy activists over the use of chalk in front of places like the Federal Reserve in SF and Oakland City Hall.