San Francisco Hotel Employs Exterior Sprinklers to Discourage Homeless Encampments on Sidewalks

YouTube player

A hotel in San Francisco’s tenderloin district has found itself in hot waterβ€”literallyβ€”for its unique approach to sidewalk cleanliness. The Best Western Red Coach Inn was reported to have installed exterior sprinklers, allegedly to discourage the homeless from setting up camp on the adjacent sidewalk. Local news outlets jumped on the story after a passerby captured footage of the sprinklers in action, dousing the streetβ€”and anyone on it. The hotel’s management, however, offers a different narrative, insisting that the sprinklers are there for “cleanliness” and to mitigate potential fire hazards. If you’ve ever wondered if cleanliness is truly next to godliness, this hotel seems to think so, even if it gets them tangled in bureaucratic red tape.

Here’s where it gets interesting. After the city issued a notice about the unauthorized sprinklers, they were promptly removed. But not without leaving us questioning, how far can an establishment go to maintain its immediate environment? The hotel manager argues that they’ve followed protocol, using a siren to alert individuals before using a hose to clean the area. However, the hotel’s detractors claim this is nothing but a thinly veiled effort to harass the homeless. At a time when public debate about homelessness is reaching fever pitch, this incident serves as yet another flashpoint illustrating just how far we’ve strayed from viable solutions.

#CleanlinessOrHarassment #SanFranciscoSidewalkSaga #HotelHygieneWars

π—šπ—’ 𝗣π—₯π—˜π— π—œπ—¨π—  π—ͺπ—œπ—§π—› π—₯π—˜π—”π—¦π—’π—‘π—”π—•π—Ÿπ—˜+ 𝗙𝗒π—₯ π—¨π—‘π—–π—˜π—‘π—¦π—’π—₯π—˜π—— π—”π—–π—–π—˜π—¦π—¦ 🌟

π—§π—œπ— π—˜π—¦π—§π—”π— π—£π—¦
00:00 – Introduction and San Francisco Gallery Owner Controversy
01:08 – Best Western Red Coach Hotel in Tenderloin
02:19 – Increasing Homelessness in Different Cities
03:00 – Issues Reaching Remote Areas like Alaska
05:05 – Denver’s Solution: Tiny Homes on Toxic Land
06:00 – City’s Legal Notice to Remove Sprinklers
07:07 – Satirical Take: Free Showers for Homeless?
08:29 – Business Owners Taking Extreme Measures
12:54 – Public Reactions to Sprinkler Use
18:03 – Hostile Tactics Against Homelessness
19:26 – Seattle City Council and Fremont Brewing Barricades

Note: Given the context, please be aware that the timestamps and headlines are for informational purposes and not endorsements of the viewpoints expressed in the video.

πŸ›οΈ π— π—˜π—₯𝗖𝗛 –

πŸ’¬ π—π—’π—œπ—‘ our 𝗙π—₯π—˜π—˜ Discord Community! Share stories, chat with fellow enthusiasts, and stay in the loop:

πŸ‘πŸΌ 𝗦𝗠𝗔𝗦𝗛 that π—Ÿπ—œπ—žπ—˜ button & 𝗦𝗨𝗕𝗦𝗖π—₯π—œπ—•π—˜ for daily videos that dive into the latest news!

𝗦𝗧𝗔𝗬 π—–π—’π—‘π—‘π—˜π—–π—§π—˜π——:
πŸ”— Rumble –
πŸ”— Facebook –
πŸ”— iTunes –
πŸ”— Spotify –


Leave a Reply