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How do I report a broken building elevator in San Francisco?

If an elevator is broken in a San Francisco building of 7 or more stories, you can submit a report by calling 311, and they will notify the San Francisco Building Inspection Department. You can also submit a notice online. The city will inspect within 1 business day.

How do I report an electrical hazard in a San Francisco building?

You can report electrical hazards in San Francisco buildings by calling 311. You can also report electrical-related issues that are in violation of building code such as built-in electrical appliances or lights or switches not working online.

 

How do I report improper ventilation on a San Francisco building?

You can report improper ventilation on San Francisco buildings by calling 311.

Ventilation issues can include a ventilation or vent system that is not maintained or missing, lack of adequate ventilation for dryers, garages, garbage rooms, or any room with a gas appliance. You can also submit a notice online.

How do I track the status of a building permit in San Francisco?

You can track the status of your building permit with the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection online.

How do I register a vacant building as now being occupied in San Francisco?

If you recently acquired a vacant building in San Francisco and it is now being occupied, you must notify the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection.

You need to provide proof of occupancy in order for San Francisco Department of Building Inspection to deregister your property from the vacant or abandoned list.

You can prove occupancy by submitting at least two of the following documents:

How much does it cost to seal a record with the San Francisco Juvenile Probation department?

The San Francisco Probation Department seals juvenile records for free. However, attorney fees may apply and will vary.

 

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Where can I park during visiting hours of Juvenile Hall in San Francisco?

San Francisco Juvenile Hall is located at:

75 Woodside Avenue 
San Francisco, CA 94127

There is no  parking lot at San Francisco Juvenile Hall. Street parking is available. There is also a parking lot to the right of the San Francisco Juvenile Hall building.

 

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I recently sold a vacant property in San Francisco. How do I remove my name as the owner of record?

If you recently sold or transferred interest in a vacant property in San Francisco, you can notify the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection to have your name removed as the listed agent on the vacant property list.

Once you’ve contacted the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection, they will send all vacant or abandoned building annual application renewal packages to the new owner of record.

 

Can I bring food during visiting hours of Juvenile Hall in San Francisco?

Yes, snacks are permitted at San Francisco Juvenile Hall on Saturdays. Only sealed and pre-packaged foods are allowed. Soft drinks are allowed only if they are in plastic or cardboard containers. Soft drinks in metal or glass containers are not allowed. Snacks brought for Saturday visits must be eaten during the visit.

What are the visiting hours of Juvenile Hall in San Francisco?

To visit a juvenile at San Francisco Juvenile Hall parents or legal guardians must obtain a "visiting permit" from a probation officer before visiting.

The visiting hours are 4:30 PM to 5:15 PM Sunday through Friday and 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Saturday.

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