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San Francisco Demographics

The population of San Francisco is estimated at 808,976
There are 324,119 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $68,023
People who live in San Francisco use the area code 415 (Find any phone number in San Francisco here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in San Francisco

Clint Eastwood, Danny Glover, Alicia Silverstone, Francis Ford Coppola, Cheech Marin, Johnny Mathis, Jello Biafra, Jerry Garcia, Carlos Santana, Barry Bonds, Joe DiMaggio, O.J. Simpson, Joe Montana, Mark Twain, William Randolph-Hearst, Ansel Adams, Robert Frost, Alan Ginsberg, Dianne Feinstein, Nancy Pelosi, and Harvey Milk

San Francisco History - Important Notes

Miners from the Gold Rush era, who were often known as 49ers, needed durable work clothes. This necessity led to the invention of denim jeans.

George Hearst took control of the San Francisco Examiner newspaper in 1880, after accepting it in exchange for wiping out a gambling debt.

Alcatraz, the infamous prison on an island, started off as a military prison and was later used to house federal inmates. Among the famous prisoners who spent time in Alcatraz was the notorious gangster Al Capone.

In 1978 the residents of San Francisco were devastated by the news that Supervisor Dan White had shot and killed Mayor George Moscone and the first openly gay elected official in California, Harvey Milk.

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Things to do in San Francisco

See the local sports teams the San Francisco 49ers (Football), or San Francisco Giants (Baseball)
Enjoy a Tour of San Francisco
Visit the notorious prison, Alcatraz Island
Spend the day at the San Francisco Zoo
Try your luck driving down Lombard Street
Learn about the history of The Presidio
Drive, walk or bike across the magnificent Golden Gate Bridge

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in San Francisco

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San Francisco International Airport
SF Visitor Information Center
San Francisco 49ers Football
San Francisco Giants Baseball
Moscone Center
Concourse Exhibition Center
San Francisco Federal Building
Golden Gate Bridge
Coit Tower
Cow Palace


780 McDonnell Rd, San Francisco, CA 94128
900 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102
490 Jamestown Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
24 Willie Mays Plz, San Francisco, CA 94107
747 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103
635 8th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
90 7th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94129
1 Telegraph Hill Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94133
2600 Geneva Ave, Daly City, CA 94014

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About San Francisco

Spanish explorers first claimed ownership of the San Francisco area during the 16th century, but it wasn't until the 1770's that settlers began to move in. By 1821 all of California was taken over by Mexico, but later the Mexican-American War placed the land into the hands of the United States.

San Francisco was originally known as Yerba Buena until the name was changed in 1848. Later that same year thousands of prospectors rushed into the area when a large amount of gold was discovered. The city grew quickly and was very prosperous, until a major earthquake struck in 1906. Gas lines were ruptured during the quake, and an unstoppable fire raged throughout the city. Most of the buildings were completely destroyed in the tragedy, and thousands of people lost their homes.

Efforts to rebuild San Francisco started immediately, and the city was soon prospering once again. Two major bridges were built – the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge – to better connect San Francisco to nearby Bay Area cities. These overpasses helped bring even more business to the area, and things continued to look up for the city. The economy of San Francisco remained so positive that no banks closed throughout the duration of the Great Depression.

In recent years San Francisco gained a reputation for being a cultural hub. It was known as the home for the Beat Generation in the 1950's, a haven for Hippies during the 1960's and a leader in the gay rights movement. Today San Francisco is a popular tourist destination, a city known for technology and innovation, and an area that attracts new residents from all across the globe.