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 provide mental health and substance use services.
CSS helps parents and legal guardians ensure children and families receive court-ordered financial and medical support.
DCYF creates and facilitates innovative citywide policy and projects in support of children, youth and families.
We establish a fair system to make sure we hire the best qualified people for public service.
We provide grants and technical assistance for projects that improve neighborhoods. Our grantees include community groups, businesses, community benefit districts, schools, and nonprofit organizations.
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 and prepares for everyday and not-so-everyday emergencies.
We transform how residents interact with the City by building services designed around the people that use them.
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 provide permitting for films, photography, and television series to ensure a successful shoot.
SFFD protects San Franciscans from fires and natural disasters, through education and emergency services.
HSH works to make homelessness in San Francisco rare, brief, and one time.
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.
We provide access to justice with free legal resources and research assistance to everyone.
MOHCD supports residents with affordable housing opportunities and essential services to build strong communities.
The SFMTA manages Muni, walking, bicycling, parking, driving, paratransit, and taxis.
OHS, 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.
The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) supports San Francisco’s businesses and workforce.
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.
The OCME provides forensic death investigation services for the public and City agencies.
Mayor London Breed is the 45th Mayor of San Francisco and the first African-American woman elected.
Information about our team at the Department of Police Accountability and how we educate the community about police oversight.
Our team makes policy recommendations to align police policies with the law, best practices, and community values.
SFERS administers a pension and a compensation plan for current and retired City workers.
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 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.
We work with the public, the criminal justice system, and community stakeholders to safeguard the lives, rights, and property of all people we serve.
TIDA is a non-profit, public benefit agency dedicated to the economic development of former Naval Station Treasure Island.