- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2017-08-14T18:46:04.000Z
This dataset tracks the status of departments as they move through the inventory process. The dataset will be maintained until all departments are complete, at which point tracking of departmental publishing can be done in the companion dataset inventory.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2016-08-24T18:14:12.000Z
Parcels that may be eligible for adding at least one accessory dwelling unit. More information can be found here: http://sf-planning.org/accessory-dwelling-units.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2018-10-01T02:23:06.000Z
| A. PURPOSE | Parking regulations by blockface for the City of San Francisco. Includes the following regulations: Residential Parking Permits, Time limits, Government Permit, No overnight, Oversized Vehicle. Not thoroughly vetted for accuracy. | B. METHODOLOGY | Mix of manual updates and data compilation. | C. UPDATE FREQUENCY | Updated as MTA Board resolutions are passed that impact parking regulations. | D. OTHER CRITICAL INFO | This dataset has not been comprehesively updated or vetted for accuracy. Dataset does not include color curb regulations such as loading zones or blue zones. Does not include detailed information for metered parking such as cap color or operating hours, which is contained in a separate relational database maintained by SFpark. No parking any time blockfaces were verified using Google Streetview, and only for Mission Bay blockfaces (Feburary 2017). | E. ATTRIBUTES |Agency: The agency for which a Government Permit is allowed on that blockface;Regulation: Primary parking regulation applied to that blockface - Government permit, No overnight parking, RPP, Time limited, No parking any time, Unregulated. In the case of Residential Parking Permit areas, there is also a time limit for non-RPP holders, specified in the "HrLimit" field;Days: Days for which regulation is in effect;Hours: Hours for which regulation is in effect;HrLimit: Max number of hours allowed for parking on that blockface (unless RPP holder);PermitArea: Name of the RPP area, where appropriate;name: Either blockface number; street name; or for Oversized Vehicle regulations, street name, cross streets, and blockface direction;enacted: Month and year of MTA Board resolution passed
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2018-12-13T18:04:56.000Z
Snapshot of San Francisco Development Pipeline. Tracking of construction and entitlement activity based on data from Department of Building Inspection's Permit Tracking and the Planning Department's Project & Permit Tracking System, processed quarterly. For more information please see http://sf-planning.org/pipeline-report A data dictionary can be downloaded from here:http://layers.sfplanning.org/PipelineDataDictionary.xlsx
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2019-04-11T15:37:36.000Z
Effective July 26, 2014, City law impose reporting requirements on developers of certain City real estate projects with an estimated construction cost of more than $1,000,000. Developers must file five forms with the Ethics Commission over the course of about a year disclosing donations to nonprofit organizations that have contacted City officials about their project. The first form is due within 30 days of certification of an Environmental Impact Report ("EIR") by a local agency or, if the project relies on a program EIR, within 30 days of the adoption of a final environmental determination under the California Environmental Quality Act. Disclosure is not required for a residential development project with four or fewer dwelling units. A disclosure report must be completed and filed by the developer of any "major project." A major project is a real estate development project located in the City and County of San Francisco with estimated construction costs exceeding $1,000,000 where either: The Planning Commission or any other local lead agency certifies an Environmental Impact Review ("EIR") for the project under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"); or The project relies on a program EIR and the Planning Department, Planning Commission, or any other local lead agency adopts any final environmental determination under CEQA. (See below to determine when a final environmental determination is adopted.)A major project does not include a residential development project with four or fewer dwelling units. For purposes of this filing requirement, a "developer" includes the individual or entity that is the project sponsor responsible for filing a completed Environmental Evaluation Application ("EEA") with the Planning Department (or other lead agency) under CEQA. However, if an individual who signs and submits the EEA will not be responsible for obtaining the entitlements or developing the major project, the developer is instead the individual or entity that is responsible for obtaining such entitlements. A developer must use the SFEC 3500 form to file a total of five reports with the Ethics Commission with respect to each major project. The first (or initial) report must be filed within 30 days of the date the Planning Commission or any other local lead agency certifies the EIR for that project or, for a major project relying on a program EIR, within 30 days of the date that the Planning Department, Planning Commission, or any other local lead agency adopts a final environmental determination under CEQA. 1The developer must also use this form to file four subsequent quarterly reports, beginning with the quarter in which in the initial report is filed. The due dates for the quarterly reports are: April 15 for the period starting January 1 and ending March 31; July 15 for the period starting April 1 and ending June 30;October 15 for the period starting July 1 and ending September 30; and January 15 for the period starting October 1 and ending December 31.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2016-08-28T21:33:47.000Z
his layer is the data feeding into the San Francisco Green Roofs web map. This map and further information about green roofs in San Francisco can be found at the Planning Department's Green Roofs website: http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=3839. If you know of any other green roofs in San Francisco please contact Andrew Perry (Andrew.Perry@sfgov.org) and he will add it to the map.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2016-04-19T18:07:16.000Z
This dataset was provided to the San Francisco Planning Department from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) in March 2016. The Transportation Authority uses the San Francisco Chained Activity Model Process (SF-CHAMP) to estimate vehicle miles traveled (VMT) by private automobiles and taxis for different land use types. Travel behavior in SF-CHAMP is calibrated based on observed behavior from the California Household Travel Survey 2010-2012, Census data regarding automobile ownership rates and county-to-county worker flows, and observed vehicle counts and transit boardings. SF-CHAMP uses a synthetic population, which is a set of individual actors that represents the Bay Area’s actual population, who make simulated travel decisions for a complete day. VMT estimates are provided for existing (2012) and future (2040) for three land use types: office, residential, and retail. For these estimates, Transportation Authority used tour-based analysis for office and residential uses and a trip-based analysis for retail uses. The aforementioned VMT estimates are provided for each transportation analysis zone within San Francisco and compared to regional averages. Refer to March 3, 2016 San Francisco Planning Commission <a target='_blank' href='http://sf-planning.org/transportation-sustainability-program'>Transportation Sustainability Program</a> staff report for further details. The data is in a zipped file geodatabase (GIS) format. Geographic boundaries are Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ's).
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2019-02-13T20:22:45.000Z
Counts of airline operations that incur noise exceeding threshold by airline and by month. The Aircraft Noise Abatement Office collects this data using an Airport Noise and Operations Management System. It is collected using remote noise monitor sites in the communities surrounding SFO. This data is collected to monitor and grade airlines' performance as part of SFO's Fly Quiet Program.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2019-02-13T20:11:39.000Z
Counts of aircraft noise complaints by community and by month. The Aircraft Noise Abatement Office collects this data via the Complaint Hotline, Online Complaint Form, emails, letters and telephone calls to our office. This information is collected and published in a monthly report which is presented at the SFO Airport Community Roundtable meetings. It is used to understand community's aircraft noise concerns, to collaborate with stakeholders in an effort to reduce and manage aircraft noise.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2019-06-24T08:00:14.000Z
The San Francisco Controller's Office maintains a database of payments made to vendors from fiscal year 2007 forward. This data is presented on the Vendor Payments report hosted at http://openbook.sfgov.org, and is also available in this dataset in CSV format, which represents summary data by purchase order. We have removed sensitive information from this data – this is intended to show payments made to entities providing goods and services to the City and County and to protect individuals. For example, we have removed payments to employees (reimbursements, garnishments) and jury members, revenue refunds, payments for judgments and claims, witnesses, relocation and rehousing, and a variety of human services payments. New data is added on a weekly basis.