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Yes, free blood pressure screenings are available to the public at all San Francisco fire stations on a drop-in basis on:
- Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
- Weekends from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
You can find the San Francisco fire station closest to you by viewing a list of all San Francisco Fire Station Locations.
To file an extension for an active issued building permit, you must file an extension form and submit it to the Department of Building Inspection, Inspection Services - Building Inspection Division at 1660 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. You may also call (415) 558-6570.
The San Francisco Fire Department does not do child safety seats. The San Francisco Police Department website maintains a website with child seat safety information.
San Francisco Fire Department encourage children to learn about fire safety. Accordingly, San Francisco public and private school teachers can request a visit to a San Francisco Fire Department.
To be eligible for a visit to a San Francisco Fire Department, schools must be:
The San Francisco Fire Department allows visits to neighborhood San Francisco Fire Stations. All visits to fire stations have to first be processed and approved through the Office of the Chief of Department. Visitors interested in group visits first need to complete the Fire Station Visit Request Form.
If you received a fee for a highrise inspection from the San Francisco Fire Department, you can pay the fee online. You can pay your Highrise Inspection Payment online with a credit card or an electronic check. A processing fee is charged when you use the online payment feature.
How do I find out if there are any building complaints against my apartment building in San Francisco?
You can find out if there is a complaint against a San Francisco apartment building by calling the Department of Building Inspection at (415) 558-6088.
You can call to check if there are any abated and current complaints/violations against your apartment building.
If you have a current complaints/violations, you can track the complaint online.
Yes, the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection does offer Pre-Application review.
You must submit a request for a Pre-Application review in writing, along with payment, to the Department of Building Inspection. Additional fees may apply if more time is needed for review.
June 19, 2012
By: Bernadette Samson
Building construction in San Francisco is allowed from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, seven days a week, including holidays. If you have a construction noise complaints you can call the Department of Building Inspection, Inspection Services at (415) 558-6570.
Construction related complaints that occur outside of the allowed hours should be directed to your local police station.