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.
We help parents and legal guardians get financial and medical support for their children.
DCYF creates and facilitates innovative citywide policy and projects in support of children, youth and families.
We provide legal services to the Mayor, Board of Supervisors, elected officials, and agencies of the City and County of San Francisco.
We maintain a fair system to make sure the City hires the best-qualified people for public service.
We oversee the City's contracting process to ensure economic justice for all.
We are responsible for management and operations of the Moscone Center.
DBI approves plans and issues permits for all construction in the City. We make sure buildings are safe and comply with building and housing codes.
We provide access to voting and election-related services. We help conduct elections that are free and fair.
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 investigate complaints about police officers and recommend policy changes.
We provide innovative technology services that are resilient and secure, and play a key role in the equitable delivery of public services.
We protect public health through clinics, Public Health Laboratory, and our chronic disease prevention team.
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 provide solutions that advance climate protection and enhance quality of life for all San Franciscans.
We educate about and enforce governmental ethics laws, including audits, investigations and enforcement.
The de Young and the Legion of Honor are the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Together, they are the City's largest public arts institution.
SFFD protects San Franciscans from fires and natural disasters, through education and emergency 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 advise the City on San Francisco historic preservation goals, policies and programs.
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.
We promote community safety by helping juvenile justice-involved young people and their families to thrive.
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.
The SFMTA manages Muni, walking, bicycling, parking, driving, paratransit, and taxis.
Ofrecemos y financiamos programas que ayudan a los inmigrantes. También ayudamos a la Ciudad a cumplir la Ordenanza de Acceso a Idiomas.
We help the City procure goods and services to provide residents with essential government services.
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.
We work to strengthen the economic security and mobility of all San Franciscans.
El punto de información central de San Francisco para pequeñas empresas.
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.
We issue marriage, birth and death certificates, fictitious business names, City IDs, notary services, environmental filings, and professional registrations.
OTI works with community and the City to advance equity for transgender and gender nonconforming people.
We're honored to serve our extraordinary city, building a police force that mirrors San Francisco's traditions, talent and diversity.
We protect and defend the rights of our indigent clients accused of crimes, through legal advocacy.
We are one of the largest and most complex municipal operations in the City, with a 1,600-member workforce and a $384 million annual operating budget.
We establish the policies by which the Recreation and Park Department operates.
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.
We provide every student the quality instruction and equitable support required to thrive in the 21st century.
A non-profit, public benefit agency dedicated to the economic development of former Naval Station Treasure Island.