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    Castro Street Cam Presented by Cliff’s Variety with Support from Orphan Andy’s and Castro Smoke House

    Castro Street Cam is produced by the San Francisco Bay Times as an educational service in celebration of the Rainbow Flag at Harvey Milk Plaza and other points of interest such as the Rainbow Crosswalks. A goal of the Castro Street Cam is to help those who are isolated for any reason to be able to see the vibrant Castro neighborhood and enjoy the views. Visit the cams 24/7 to see what’s going on or how’s the weather and the traffic. Check out the views up and down Castro Street, in Harvey Milk Plaza and Jane Warner Plaza. It’s all there for you.

    Castro Street Cam is not a security camera nor affiliated with a security system. Its four cameras do not zoom or turn and they are carefully positioned. Occasionally the cameras may go offline. If you have questions, please contact Publisher@sfbaytimes.com

    Castro Street Cam #2 was damaged in a recent rain storm and will be replaced soon. Thanks to our viewers who have expressed concern and let us know that they are regular viewers of the Castro Street Cam system. Occasionally a camera may go offline and we apologize for the inconvenience. The cameras are rebooted once daily.