Customer Service Center for City and County of SF. For nonemergency information or services. Always open.
SFO offers the most nonstop service from the City and the Bay Area to the rest of the U.S. and the world.
We decide disputes between the Assessor's Office and property owners to equalize the valuation of taxable property in San Francisco.
Regularly audits police officer use of force and how the police department handles claims of officer misconduct.
We are one of the compliance units within the larger SFDPH Office of Compliance & Privacy Affairs (OCPA). We implement a compliance program across Behavioral Health Services to prevent, detect and remediate non-compliance with healthcare laws and regulations.
We provide a final administrative review process for appeals on a range of City determinations. Please contact the Board Office to determine if a permit or determination can be appealed. The Chart of Appealable Determinations can be found in the Resources link at the bottom of this page.
We provide specialized support to address the unique needs of businesses in a variety of key sectors including nonprofits, life sciences, information technology, clean technology, manufacturing, fashion, nightlife, and international commerce.
The mission of the California Academy of Sciences is to explore, explain, and sustain life.
The Cannabis State Legalization Task Force worked to frame cannabis legalization in San Francisco. The Task force last met in 2018.
First 5 designs, implements and funds solutions for the health, well-being and education of young children.
With integrity, the Office of the City Administrator serves all San Franciscans and its visitors.
CityBuild provides comprehensive pre-apprenticeship and construction administration training to San Francisco residents. It is an internationally-recognized model for creating opportunities and careers for residents through local projects.
We maintain a fair system to make sure the City hires the best-qualified people for public service.
COIT is the main governance body that makes decisions regarding the future of the City’s technology.
We provide grants and technical assistance for projects that improve neighborhoods. Our grantees include community groups, merchants associations, CBDs, schools, and nonprofit organizations.
We provide customized support to small businesses, nonprofits, and community organizations in order to strengthen San Francisco neighborhood business corridors, public spaces, and commercial centers.
We work to ensure the City's financial integrity and accountability, making San Francisco a better place to live and work.
DAS coordinates services for older adults, veterans, people with disabilities, and their families.
DEM manages San Francisco's every day and not-so-everyday emergencies. DEM also helps everyone in San Francisco know how to prepare for emergencies, and what to do to be safe during one.
We transform how residents interact with the City by building services designed around the people that use them.
We promote public safety and responsible reform through restoring accountability and consequences to the criminal justice system in San Francisco.
The Emergency Medical Services Agency (EMSA) provides oversight for the Emergency Medical Services System in San Francisco. We direct, plan, monitor, and evaluate the San Francisco EMS System in collaboration with system and community providers.
We permit and regulate entertainment for venues and events in San Francisco.
Improving environments, protecting health, promoting equity. Includes permitting and water and air quality.
We champion filming in San Francisco to support a diversity of storytellers and our thriving production community.
The Fire Commission ensures that the San Francisco Fire Department effectively implements its Mission
We help eligible uninsured transgender adult residents of SF get surgeries and other services.
Grants for the Arts, a division of the City Administrator's Office, provides general operating support for arts and culture organizations, and funds re-granting to individual artists and groups.
We help people living with HIV or AIDS by getting them medical care, support, and resources.
DHR oversees hiring for the City of San Francisco, including special job and careers programs.
The Human Rights Commission advocates for human and civil rights, and works in service of the City’s anti-discrimination laws to further racial solidarity, equity, and healing.
HSA offers food and cash assistance, health insurance, job training, early education, and supportive care.
Inspection Services at the Department of Building Inspection inspects buildings and construction for compliance with code requirements, permit scope, and responds to building complaints.
We provide services to pregnant people and families with children and we collaborate with health professionals to improve care.
We work with cross-sector partners to bring in new tools and ideas for some of the City's biggest impact areas.
The Mayor’s Officer on Disability assists City departments in making all programs, services, benefits, activities, and facilities owned, operated, or funded by the City and County of San Francisco accessible to and useable by individuals with disabilities.
San Francisco’s central point of information for tax-exempt, not-for-profit businesses.
Occupational Health Service, also known as Employee Health Service (EHS), provides a variety of occupational safety centered services to employees of City and County of San Francisco (CCSF). We also provide onboarding medical screenings for new CCSF employees through Human Resource Departments.
We issue cannabis business permits, write cannabis regulations, and foster equity.
OEWD strives to create a thriving and resilient economy, where barriers to economic and workforce opportunities are removed, and prosperity is shared equitably by all.
OHE seeks to address health disparities and workforce inequities to create a culture of equity and inclusion, and allow all San Franciscans to enjoy health and prosperity.
OSTR works with the residents of San Francisco to ensure that short-term rental activity respects neighborhood character, preserves housing supply, and complies with the City’s rules.
We are responsible for the medicolegal investigation and the certification of the cause of death and the manner of death for only those deaths under our jurisdiction (sudden, unexpected, or violent deaths); such as deaths outside a hospital or the care of a physician, accidental drug overdose, or suspected suicides or homicides. Find out more below.
Mayor London Breed is the 45th Mayor of San Francisco and the first African-American woman elected to the position.
The City’s Real Estate Division runs 3 open air markets in San Francisco: the Alemany Farmers Market, Alemany Flea Market, and the UN Plaza Gift Gallery.
Permit Services of the Department of Building Inspection issues building, electrical, plumbing/mechanical, and other construction-related permits to ensure that proposed construction meets all safety requirements.
We manage the acquisition, sale, and leasing of real estate property for City departments.
Protecting tenants from excessive rent increases and unjust evictions while assuring landlords fair and adequate rents.
SFERS administers a pension and a compensation plan for current and retired City workers.
Our health clinics, hospitals, and programs offer low cost health care to San Francisco residents. No insurance or green card needed.
SFHSS administers the health benefits for all City and County of San Francisco, SFUSD, City College of San Francisco, and the San Francisco Superior Court’s employees and retirees.
We offer free legal information resources and services to help you understand the law and protect your legal rights.
We provide free and equal access to information, knowledge, independent learning and the joys of reading.
Protect and Serve the Community, Further Justice, Inspire Change, and Prioritize Racial Equity so that all People May Thrive.
TIDA is a non-profit, public benefit agency dedicated to the economic development of former Naval Station Treasure Island.
Our venues are re-opening gradually in accordance with current San Francisco Health Orders.
We train and connect San Franciscans to sustainable jobs with career growth opportunities and promote prosperity for all residents, including the unemployed, underemployed, and hard-to-employ residents.