San Francisco


Opposing California State Senate Bill No. 50 (Wiener) - Housing Development: Incentives - Unless Amended

Resolution opposing California State Senate Bill No. 50, authored by Senator Scott Wiener, which would undermine community participation in planning for the well-being of the environment and the public good, prevent the public from recapturing an equitable portion of the economic benefits conferred to private interests, and significantly restrict San Francisco’s ability to protect vulnerable communities from displacement and gentrification, unless further amended.

Five-Year Information and Communication Technology Plan - FYs 2020-2024

Resolution adopting the City’s five-year information and communication technology plan for FYs 2020-2024 pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 22A.6.

Ten-Year Capital Expenditure Plan - FYs 2020-2029

Resolution adopting the City's ten-year capital expenditure plan for FYs 2020-2029, pursuant to Administrative Code, Section 3.20.

Resolution of Intention - Street Name Change - Gilbert Street to Jeff Adachi Way

Resolution declaring the intention of the Board of Supervisors to rename Gilbert Street, which runs parallel to 6th and 7th Streets and perpendicular to Bryant and Brannan Streets, to Jeff Adachi Way.

Urging the Trump Administration - Stop Mass Deportation - Rehabilitated Formerly Incarcerated Southeast Asian Nationals

Resolution respectfully urging the Trump Administration to stop the massive deportation of rehabilitated formerly incarcerated Southeast Asian nationals.

Building, Business and Tax Regulations Codes - Temporary Homeless Shelter Provisions During Shelter Crisis

Ordinance amending the Building Code to adopt standards for constructing homeless shelters, and to create an alternative approval procedure for homeless shelters, during a shelter crisis, pursuant to California Government Code, Section 8698.4; amending the Business and Tax Regulations Code to provide for an expedited permit appeals process for homeless shelters during a shelter crisis; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and directi...

Administrative, Planning Codes - Streamlined Contracting for Homeless Services and Siting for Homeless Shelters

Ordinance amending the Administrative Code and Planning Code to streamline contracting for homeless shelters, and siting of homeless shelters by, among other things, authorizing the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) to enter into and amend contracts without requiring competitive bidding for professional and other services relating to sites and programs for people experiencing homelessness (Projects Addressing Homelessness); authorizing Public Works to enter into and amend c...

Police Code - Acceptance of Cash by Brick-and-Mortar Businesses

Ordinance amending the Police Code to require, in general, that brick-and-mortar businesses accept payment in cash in connection with the purchase of goods and services other than professional services.

Environment Code - Existing Buildings Energy Performance and Benchmarking

Ordinance amending the Environment Code to require owners of certain nonresidential and residential buildings to annually measure and disclose energy performance; to require the Department of the Environment to collect and make public summary statistics about the energy performance of such buildings; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.

Contract Amendment - Leaders in Community Alternatives, Inc. - Home Detention and Electronic Monitoring Program Rules and Regulations and Program Administrator’s Evidence of Financial Responsibility - 2019 Calendar Year - Not to Exceed $2,465,000

Resolution authorizing the Sheriff’s Department to enter into a third amendment to the existing contract with Leaders in Community Alternatives, Inc. (“LCA”) to administer the Sheriff’s Department’s home detention and electronic monitoring program; extending the term by three months for a total contract term of May 1, 2014, through July 31, 2019, and increasing the amount by $465,000 for a total amount not to exceed $2,465,000; approving the Sheriff Department’s home detention and el...