It's a plan to provide free Internet access to everyone in the city.
Newsom says the San Francisco Housing Authority will be one of the first to receive universal Wi-Fi.
He says the Internet is the single most important tool for low-income residents to improve the quality of their lives.
"Already five are complete done, 13 more on the way, a total of 18 public housing sites by the end of this calendar year will be completely Wi-Fi and completely integrated into part of this new strategy," said Mayor Gavin Newsom.
The city is working with a company called Meraki to extend free broad-band Wi-Fi to dozens of neighborhoods.
More than 95,000 people in the city are already connected to their network and getting free wi-fi.
Meraki hopes to bring free wi-fi to all San Franciscans by the end of the year.