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Name of DatasetWhere does it live (URL)?Official Dataset DescriptionAlternate Dataset DescriptionIs the data machine readable? (Yes/No/Unsure)Is the data available in bulk? (Yes/No/Unsure)Is the data openly licensed? (Yes/No/Unsure)Approx. how long did it take to find?How often is it updated?When was the last time it was updated?Does the dataset reflect a particular time period? (Provide any date restrictions that may effect the validity of the data)What dept "owns" this dataset? Who is responsible for maintaining it? (name/title/email)
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Monthly Rent Board Statistics (Petitions, Appeals, Evictions)http://www.sfrb.org/index.aspx?page=47These monthly statistics are published in a report format (PDF) showing things like number of appeals, evictions, etc. NoNoNo5 minMonthlyDecember 20132001 - PresentRent BoardUnclear
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Restaurant Inspectionshttps://data.sfgov.org/Public-Health/Restaurant-Scores/stya-26ebThe Health Department has developed an inspection report and scoring system. After conducting an inspection of the facility, the Health Inspector calculates a score based on the violations observed.Yes (CVS)YesYes - http://www6.sfgov.org/index.aspx?page=2205 minDecember 2013UnclearPublic HealthUnclear
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Available Below Market Rate for purchase (BMR units)http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=299The following units are currently available for sale under the oversight of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. Each unit has a link to detailed description tableNoNounsure5 mindaily? updates available as email newsletter: http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=267currentMayor's Office of Housing and Community DevelopmentUnclear
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BMR rental unitshttp://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=299The following units are currently available for sale under the oversight of the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. Each unit has a link to detailed description tableNoNounsure5 mindaily? updates available as email newsletter: http://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=267currentMayor's Office of Housing and Community DevelopmentUnclear
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Lender Listhttp://sf-moh.org/index.aspx?page=792Banks/lenders that assist with BMR Unitsyesnoyes10minunsureunsureMayor's Office of Housing and Community Development
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SF Gov Data (misc)https://data.sfgov.org/browse?category=Construction+and+Housing+&limitTo=datasets&q=housing&sortBy=relevance&utf8=%E2%9C%93&view_type=tableResults for "housing", matching type of Datasets and category of Construction and Housing YesYesYes5 minutes or lessMiscMiscMiscMiscMisc
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SF Gov Data (misc)https://data.sfgov.org/browse?category=Construction+and+Housing+&limitTo=href&q=housing&sortBy=relevance&utf8=%E2%9C%93&view_type=tableResults for "housing", matching type of External Datasets and category of Construction and Housing YesYesYes5 minutes or lessMiscMiscMiscMiscMisc
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Affordable Housing Accepting Applicationshttp://www.chinatowncdc.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=62&Itemid=73#indevelopmentThis is a list of open wait lists as well as links to applications and other documents. This list is up-to-date as of October 2013.Real Estate data related to each building, number of units is sublinked from each listingNoNounsure1 minas new properties availableOctober 2013CurrentChinatown Community Development CenterChinatown Community Developement Center staff
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722 - Ellis Petitions Sorted by Datehttp://www.sftu.org/Ellis100407.pdfThis is a list of Ellis petitions from 2000 to mid 2007.NoUnsureUnsure1 minnot updated anymore4/30/20071/1/2000 to 4/30/2007SF Tenants UnionResidential Rent Stabilization
and Arbitration Board, City and County of San Francisco
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Bridge Housing, units available for rent in the Bay Areahttp://www.bridgehousing.com/properties/rental-opportunitiesfilter BRIDGE properties by type, county and/or citydetailed description sublinked from each listingNoNono5minas new properties availableunsurecurrentBridge HousingBridge Housing staff
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Bridge Housing, units actually accepting appicationshttp://www.bridgehousing.com/properties/rental-opportunitiesaffordable appartment units in the Bay Area available for rent, or available soondetailed description sublinked from each listingNoNono5 minas new properties availableunsurecurrentBridge HousingBridge Housing staff
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map of AIDS-available housing and eviction patternshttp://www.ahasf.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=86&Itemid=219map of available HOPWA beds, and evictions of people with AIDSNoNono5minnot updated20052000–2005AIDS Housing AllianceAIDS Housing Alliance
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Mercy Housinghttp://www.mercyhousing.org/file/CA-Waiting-List.pdfCalifornia properties that are currently accepting applications or have open waiting lists. NoYesunsure5minmonthly2/3/2014currentMercy HousingMercy Housing staff
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Tenderloin Neighborhood Development (TNDC) Strategic Plan 2013http://www.tndc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013SP_FINAL_Web.pdfStrategic Plancontains snippets of data throughout report. demographic data, housing numbers, income distributionNoUnsureUnsure3 min on TNDC websiteone-off documentunsure2010 census data, other sources not referencedTNDCTNDC
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Property Assessments - North of Market Tenderloin Community Benefit Districthttp://www.nom-tlcbd.org/images/documents/fy12-13%20assessment%20payments%20display.pdfProperty AssessmentsNoUnsureUnsure5 min on TLCBD websiteannual reportunsurenone mentionedTLCBDTLCBD
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All homes available for BMR purchase in SFhttp://www.homeownershipsf.org/homesSearch tool for mapping and filtering available affordable homesnono, filteredunsure15 min, linked from MOH siteunsureunsurecurrenthomeownership SF or the cityunsure
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Property Information Maphttp://propertymap.sfplanning.org/?dept=planningPublic access to useful property data and resources at the click-of-a-mouse.Interactive map that allows users to query by parcel, getting comprehensive project and permit info.Somewhat unclear- seems like something could crawl the site, if it knows the addresses to query on.Most data available in data.sfgov.orgUnsure1 minEvery nightPresentPlanningMike Wynne (mike.wynne@sfgov.org)
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Housing Inventoryhttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=1663The Housing Inventory is the Planning Department’s annual survey of housing production trends in San Francisco. It has reported changes in the City’s housing stock, including housing construction, demolition, and alterations, since 1967.No - there are great summary tables, but they're in PDF form, and interspersed with narrative text and diagramsNoUnsure5 minYearly2012 (for 2011)2001-2011Planning Unsure
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Pipeline Reporthttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=1691SF consolidated pipeline consists of development projects that would add residential units or commercial space, applications for which have been formally submitted to the Planning Department or the Department of Building Inspection (DBI).Yes -- The latest report (Q3 2013 includes machine readable data in an Excel spreadsheet), but previous reports include tables of data in PDFsYesUnsureone second, when I searched "dataset" in the search bar of the homepage. alternate navigation: "plans & programs" in menu bar > citywide planning > information & analysis group > link to pipeline report pageEvery quarterQ3 2013machine readable data: q3 2013; non-machine readable data: 2007-2013Planning Department and the Department of Building InspectionAksel Olsen - Project Manager aksel.olsen@sfgov.org ; Teresa Ojeda - Program Lead teresa.ojeda@sfgov.org
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Pipleline Quarterly Reporthttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=1691map of current pipeline and archive of past pdf reports with analysisnonoyesdays, burried in planning websitequarterlyQ4 2013Q4 2013PlanningAksel Olsen
Project Manager
415.558.6616
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Map Libraryhttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=2426This page includes a range of mapping produced by the San Francisco Planning Department. Much of the data used to create these maps is available in Shapefile format through Data.SFGov.org. For more information please contact Mike Wynne.No, meta data setPartiallyYesdays, burried in planning websitesome static, some updated dailysome static, some updated dailyPlanningMike Wynne
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Market & Octavia Plan Monitoring Report 2005-2009http://www.sf-planning.org/ftp/files/Citywide/MO2005-2009.pdfThe Market & Octavia Five-Year Monitoring Report covers office and retail development and employment trends; housing production and conversion trends; affordable housing; and project entitlement requirements and fees.No - there are housing summary tables, but they're in PDF form, and interspersed with narrative text and diagramsNoUnsure10 minUnclear20092005-2009Planning
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Building Permitshttps://data.sfgov.org/Permitting/Department-of-Building-Inspection/nbyd-udscReport of building permits filed and issued All building permits, but you can sort by housing typesYes - Excel formatNo - divided up by monthUnsure - data.sfgov.org lists it as "public"10 minMonthly (on the 15th)1/20142004-presentBuilding Inspection"AndyM"
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Planning Department Projects, Entitlements, Caseshttps://data.sfgov.org/Permitting/Planning-Department-Projects-Entitlements-Cases/ip6z-2cphThis dataset includes all cases reviewed by the Planning Department. Many cases are related to Building Permits. A Building Permit may produce a number of cases with the Planning Department, for example a single Building Permit may require a Transportation Study case and an Environmental Review case. Some cases are not related to Building Permits, e.g Variances or Conditional Use Authorizations. The type of case can be seen in the CaseType_Desc field. Additional information can be found in the dataset's metadata (the .xml file within the .zip). It is important to note that older cases (prior to 1 January 1999) were not consistently recorded in this database. Should you wish to analyze trends within this data it is advisable to remove these older cases (those where the entry in the 'FileDate' field is older than 1 Jan, 1999). This dataset is in a GIS Shapefile format. This format can be read and mapped by most Geographical Information Systems. The .DBF file can be loaded into MS Access, Excel or other database/spreadsheet programs. Data is updated every night.Unsure - is a ZIP file that unpacks into a GIS shapefileYesUnsure - data.sfgov.org lists it as "public"10 minDaily2/21/2014OngoingPlanningMike Wynne
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Monthly Rent Board Statistics (Petitions, Appeals, Evictions)http://www.sfrb.org/index.aspx?page=47These monthly statistics are published in a report format (PDF) showing things like number of appeals, evictions, etc. NoNoNo5 minMonthlyDecember 20132001 - PresentRent BoardUnclear
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Housing Study Databookhttp://www.sfrb.org/index.aspx?page=137NoNoNo5 minNever20022000Rent BoardUnclear
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Annual Statistics Reporthttp://www.sfrb.org/index.aspx?page=48The following pages reflect the filings and activities at the Rent Board for the past fiscal year ending June 30, 2013. Overall, the number of petitions filed with the Board increased by 17% from 1,389 in FY11-12 to 1,522 in FY12-13. Excluding utility passthrough petitions, the total number of petitions filed in FY12-13 increased to 1,416, the highest number of petitions since FY01-02.NoNoNo5 minAnnual20132003-2013Rent BoardSan Francisco Residential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Board
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Annual Eviction Reporthttp://www.sfrb.org/index.aspx?page=46NoNoNo5 minAnnual20131998-2013Rent BoardResidential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Board
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Property Assessment Roll, 2013 Q4https://data.sfgov.org/Property/Secured_Roll_FY2013_Q4/e6sm-rankSan Francisco Property Assessment Roll 4th Quarter Fiscal Year 2012 - 2013-YesYesYes1 MinQuarterly?9/27/2014FY 2013 Q4Assessor / RecorderUploaded by Jeff Johnson,not ssure who in the Assesor / Recorder's Office is Responsible
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Property Assessment Roll FY 2011-12 Q3https://data.sfgov.org/dataset/San-Francisco-Property-Assessment-Roll-FY1112-Q3/d5pu-ci4gRevenue and Taxation Code Definition of Local Roll - Fiscal Year 2011-2012, Third Quarter Assessed value of all SF properties divided into land, improvements, fixtures and personal property and identified by address, APN and District.Yes (zipped xlsx excel spreadsheet, 3 tabs)YesUnsure5 minQuarterly?5/10/2012FY 2011-2012 Q3Assessor / RecorderExcel spreadsheet created by Blair L. Adams and last saved by Alan Nguyen
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Property Taxation Rates FAQhttp://www.sftreasurer.org/index.aspx?page=66#taxamountNot Official - Annual Property Tax RatesN/ANo (html table)NoUnsure10 minUnsure10/4/2013N/AOffice of Treasurer
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Assessor-Recorder Annual Reportshttp://www.sfassessor.org/index.aspx?page=82Assessor-Recorder Annual ReportsGlossy annual report with miscellaneous tables & charts some housing related (2006-2012).No (pdf)NoUnsure5 minAnnualUnsureSF Fiscal Year (7/1-6/30)Assessor / RecorderUnsure
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Recorded Documents Searchhttp://criis.com/cgi-bin/doc_search.cgi?COUNTY=sanfrancisco&YEARSEGMENT=current&TAB=1Recorded Documents SearchSearchable index recorded docs by person/business name, APN, number and type (no other doc contents)No (html table)NoUnsure15 minDaily with a few days delay2/19/2014No - reflects events such as sale of propertyAssessor / RecorderUnsure
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San Francisco Property Information Maphttp://propertymap.sfplanning.org/San Francisco Property Information MapSearchable map with links to many other sources (assessor, permit...)No (html table)NoUnsure10 minUnsureUnsureUnsureAssessor / RecorderUnsure
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NEW CONSTRUCTION BUILDING PERMIT

http://www.sfdbi.org/ftp/uploadedfiles/dbi/Table1AA1NewConstruction.pdfThe following building permit fees apply to all building permits issued on and after September 2, 2008.
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ALTERATION BUILDING PERMIThttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3773The Alteration Building Permit Fee Schedule applies to alterations, repairs, additions or other work
on an existing building or structure, or to the modification of the scope of an approved permit as
nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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No Plans Permithttp://www.sfdbi.org/ftp/uploadedfiles/dbi/Table1AA3No%20Plans.pdfNo Permit fee tables that were amended per Ordinance 122-08nonono5minn/aAugust 2008SFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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OTHER BUILDING PERMIT AND PLAN REVIEW FEEShttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3792OTHER BUILDING PERMIT AND PLAN REVIEW FEES that are apply to all building permits issued on and after September 2, 2008nonono5minn/aAugust 2008SFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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PLUMBING/MECHANICAL ISSUANCE AND INSPECTION FEES http://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3791Additional plumbing and mechanical inspections may be purchased on existing active
plumbing/mechanical permits issued before September 2, 2008 at the old rate of $80.00/hour. A permit is
considered active for a period of 90 calendar days after issuance. A maximum of two additional
inspections may be purchased on active permits before December 2, 2008, at the old rate of $80.00/hour.

nonono5minn/aAugust 2008SFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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Standard Hourly Rateshttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3790STANDARD HOURLY RATES for Plan Review, Inspection and Administration
nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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ELECTRICAL PERMIT ISSUANCE AND INSPECTIONhttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3789Additional inspections may be purchased on active electrical permits issued before September 2, 2008 at
the old rate of $80.00/hour. A permit is considered active for a period of 90 calendar days after issuance. A maximum of two additional inspections may be purchased on active permits before December 2, 2008, at the old rate of $80.00/hour.

nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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SPECIALTY PERMIThttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3788Specialty permit fees effective on and after September 2, 2008nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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INSPECTIONS, SURVEYS AND REPORTS http://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3787INSPECTIONS, SURVEYS AND REPORT fees effective on and after September 2, 2008nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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MISCELLANEOUS FEES http://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3786Miscellaneous Fees fees effective on and after September 2, 2008nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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Penalties, Hearings, Code Enforcement Assessments*INCORRECT LINK duplicate of Inspections, Surveys and reports*
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PUBLIC INFORMATION NOTIFICATIONShttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3799Public notification and record keeping fees: nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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Public Information (Reproduction and Dissemenation)http://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3798Reproduction and dissemination of public information feesnonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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BOILER FEES http://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3785BOILER FEES nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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HOTEL CONVERSION ORDINANCE FEES http://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3800HOTEL CONVERSION ORDINANCE FEES nonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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REFUNDShttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3801REFUNDSnonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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Unreinforced Masonry Bearing Wall Building Retrofithttp://www.sfdbi.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=3784Unreinforced Masonry Bearing Wall Building Retrofitnonono5minn/aAugust 2008Sep 2, 2008 - PresentSFDBIDBICustomerService@sfgov.org

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Development Impact Feeshttp://www.sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=617Development Impact Fees collected on or after January 1, 2014 (including applications that were filed before January 1st for which fees have not been paid by January 1st) . The Controller’s Office annually adjusts the applicable fees based on the Annual Infrastructure Construction Cost Inflation Estimate (AICCIE) published by Office of the City Administrator's Capital Planning Group and approved by the Capital Planning Committee. These rate adjustments will occur annually on January 1st, with a few exceptions noted on the impact fee register.nonono5minn/aJan 2014Jan 1, 2014 - PresentCapital Planning GroupKaitlyn Connors of the Capital Planning Group at (415) 558-4515 or Kaitlyn.Connors@sfgov.org.
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Cost Schedule of Building Valuation Guidehttp://www.sfdbi.org/ftp/uploadedfiles/dbi/Services/PlanReview/Cost%20Schedule.pdfCost Schedule of Building Valuation Data for use in calculating a building’s valuation for Building Permits in the City and County of San Francisco. A valuation based on this table represents the valuation at the completion of all construction work authorized by a building permit. Permit fees are based on a percentage of this valuation. These valuations are not to be used as accurate guides to the actual cost of construction; for actual construction cost estimates for any project please consult a contractor, a design professional or a cost estimator.nonono5minn/aMarch 20092009Technical Services Division - Marshall and Swift’s Marshall Valuation Service

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Inspection Services
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Inspection Divisionshttp://www.sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=227nspection Services inspects buildings for compliance with code requirements, scope of work in accordance with building permits, and responds to complaints on residential and commercial buildings. Provides public safety by enforcing Municipal and State regulations and codes relative to construction, alteration, and installation of electrical and plumbing equipment and systems. Inspects buildings for code compliance in residential housing under building permits or as a result of complaints and inspects apartments and hotels. Addresses complaints and conducts inspections associated with interior/exterior lead-based paint disturbance/removal. Responsible for abatement of code violation cases referred from the building, electrical, and plumbing inspection divisions.yesnono5minn/a12/4/2013SFDBISFDBI
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Certified Energy and Water Conservation Inspectorshttp://www.sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=564This is the latest listing of Certified Private Residential Energy and Water Inspectors, as certified by the Department of Building Inspection. These persons are private Inspectors certified by the City and County of San Francisco to perform energy inspections, as required by Chapters 12 and 12A of the San Francisco Housing Code.yesnono5minn/a11/18/2013SFDBISFDBI
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Inspection Divisionshttp://www.sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=227#chartsInspection Services inspects buildings for compliance with code requirements, scope of work in accordance with building permits, and responds to complaints on residential and commercial buildings. Provides public safety by enforcing Municipal and State regulations and codes relative to construction, alteration, and installation of electrical and plumbing equipment and systems. Inspects buildings for code compliance in residential housing under building permits or as a result of complaints and inspects apartments and hotels. Addresses complaints and conducts inspections associated with interior/exterior lead-based paint disturbance/removal. Responsible for abatement of code violation cases referred from the building, electrical, and plumbing inspection divisions.

yesnono5minn/a12/4/2013SFDBISFDBI
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Department of Building Inspection complaint processhttp://www.sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=266To expedite the filing of complaint or to receive information on the Department of Building Inspection complaint process, please contact one of the following divisions by phone during normal business hours. The staff will be able to provide you with written documentation (Complaint Data Sheet) of your complaint. Once your complaint is in the system, you may track it online through our Online Permit and Complaint Tracking System.yesnono5minn/a11/13/2013SFDBISFDBI
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Most Requested
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Building Permits Issuedhttp://sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=218These reports are generated on the 15th of the month for the previous month’s activity. These reports are a data extract from the Department’s Permit Tracking System. DBI does not perform customized queries; therefore, the information has been put into a Microsoft Excel Format so you can create your own sorts, filters and queries.yesnono5minmonthly reports 2/11/2014Jan 2004 - PresentSFDBISFDBI
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Building Permits Filed and Issuedhttp://sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=219These reports are generated on the 15th of the month for the previous month’s activity. These reports are a data extract from the Department’s Permit Tracking System. DBI does not perform customized queries; therefore, the information has been put into a Microsoft Excel Format so you can create your own sorts, filters and queries.yesnono5minmonthly reports 2/11/2014Jan 2004 - PresentSFDBISFDBI
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Demolition Permits Filed and Issuedhttp://sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=220These reports are generated on the 15th of the month for the previous month’s activity. These reports are a data extract from the Department’s Permit Tracking System. DBI does not perform customized queries; therefore, the information has been put into a Microsoft Excel Format so you can create your own sorts, filters and queries.yesnono5minmonthly reports 2/11/2014Jan 2004 - PresentSFDBISFDBI
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Electrical Permitshttp://sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=821These reports are generated on the 15th of the month for the previous month’s activity. These reports are a data extract from the Department’s Permit Tracking System. DBI does not perform customized queries; therefore, the information has been put into a Microsoft Excel Format so you can create your own sorts, filters and queries.yesnono5minmonthly reports 2/11/2014Jan 2004 - PresentSFDBISFDBI
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Plumbing Permitshttp://sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=822These reports are generated on the 15th of the month for the previous month’s activity. These reports are a data extract from the Department’s Permit Tracking System. DBI does not perform customized queries; therefore, the information has been put into a Microsoft Excel Format so you can create your own sorts, filters and queries.yesnono5minmonthly reports 2/11/2014Jan 2011 - PresentSFDBISFDBI
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Inclusionary Housinghttp://sfdbi.org/index.aspx?page=1040These reports are generated on the 15th of the month for the previous month’s activity. These reports are a data extract from the Department’s Permit Tracking System. DBI does not perform customized queries; therefore, the information has been put into a Microsoft Excel Format so you can create your own sorts, filters and queries.yesnono5minmonthly reports 2/11/2014Jan 2009 - Jan 2014SFDBISFDBI
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Bay Area Snapshothttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/the-original-nph-toolkit/Each year we also prepare the Bay Area Housing Snapshot covering housing costs and common incomes in the Bay Area. You can download the most current versions below. A new version is available every Spring.No - pdfNo - links currently brokenNo2 minAnnuallySpring 2014One yearUnclearUnclear
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Fair Housing Toolkithttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/fair-housing-toolkit/the latest rules and best practices for complying with Fair Housing Law. The attorneys at the National Housing Law Project prepared this toolkit to help. Included are updates concerning managing applications and tenants who may have disabilities, criminal records or may be victims of domestic violence.No - pdfNo - links currently brokenNo2 minUnclearUnclearNoUnclearUnclear
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Guide to Affordable Housinghttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/finding-affordable-housing/ownload our guide for searching for affordable housing and a list of state funded affordable housing by California counties. You must contact the individual housing developments on the list about available units or to get on their waiting lists.No - pdfNo - links currently brokenNo5 minUnclearUnclearNoUnclearUnclear
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Bay Area Legal Aids Advice Hotlinehttp://baylegal.org/get-help/client-services/a contact list by county for Bay Area Legal Aid’s Advice HotlineNo - htmlUnsureUnsure2 minUnclearUnclearNoUnclearUnclear
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2013 Annual Reporthttp://nonprofithousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/NPH_AR2013.pdfAs we ramp up for NPH’s thirty-fifth year, we’re looking forward to not only celebrating our history, but also some big wins and much-needed reversals in the affordable housing fieldNo - pdfNo No2 minAnnuallySpring 2014One yearFinanceFinance
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Moving Silicon Valley Forwardhttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/moving-silicon-valley-forward/The research authored by NPH and Urban Habitat found that over 67 percent of Silicon Valley’s projected job growth, and its largest workforce, is not in high-paying technology sectors but in sectors paying less than $50,000 annually, yet, regional plans for housing and transportation do not meet the needs of this workforce. No - pdfNoUnsure2 minUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclear
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Bay Area Affordable Housing Survey Reporthttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/bay-area-affordable-housing-survey-report/The poll assesses how the economic crisis affected our Bay Area neighbors, and their own housing situations, as well as popular support for affordable housing.No - pdfNoUnsure2 minUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclear
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Resident Services in Subsidized Housinghttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/resident-services-in-subsidized-housing/This report examines the effectiveness of resident services across a number of outcomes and using a variety of methods, including interviews, case studies, surveys of property owners, and analysis of data on police service calls.No - pdfNoUnsure2 minUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclear
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Progress Report on Proposition 1 Chttp://nonprofithousing.org/resources/making-the-bay-area-a-more-affordable-place-to-live-progress-report-on-proposition-1c/As with Proposition 46, NPH is tracking Bay Area awards from Proposition 1C, California’s largest single investment in affordable housing to date. NPH’s latest report compares the programs of Proposition 46 and 1C to show amounts awarded by county and program.No- pdfNoUnsure2 minUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclearUnclear
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Housing Choice Voucher Payment Standard​

http://www.sfha.org/Copy_of_2014_FMR__Payment_Standard_Chart.pdfThe housing choice voucher program is the federal government's major program for assisting low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market.
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Housing Choice Voucher Utility Allowancehttp://sfha.org/Copy_of_Utility_Allowance_HUD_S8_Form_52667_-__2013_4.pdfThe housing choice voucher program is the federal government's major program for assisting low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market.

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Public Housing Operationshttp://sfha.org/PUBLIC-HOUSING-contact-us-.htmlList of publlic housing properties which all link to futher information on each of the properties. Property information includes full address, property manager contact information, description, affordibility information, facilities and amenities.YesNoUnsure
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http://www.sfha.org/Pay-Plan.htmlhttp://www.sfha.org/Public-Housing-Information.htmlIncome Limits for Affordable Housing in City and County of San Francisco
Area Median Income

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Variance Analysis to Budgethttp://www.sfha.org/Variance_Analysis_to_Budget_-_FY14__ALL.pdfBudget vs Actual Spending for The Various Public Housing Operations
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Commision Archiveshttp://www.sfha.org/Commission-Archive--Agency-information.htmlEach Archive contains commision books which contains a wealth of information regarding to specific properties, occupancy percentages, incomes, and other information regarding residences
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Low Income Tenant Demographicshttp://sfha.org/SFHA_Demographics.pdfSan Francisco Housing Authority Demographics Demographics information on city level, by programs, by developmentNoNo
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Pay Planshttp://www.sfha.org/Pay-Plan.htmlPay plans for various jobs such as Electrician, Carpenters, and Custodians
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Audit Reportshttp://www.sfha.org/Audit-Reports.html
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Administration Planhttp://sfha.org/SFHA_Admin_Plan_2011.pdfAdministration plan for the year. Includes details of how the Housing Authority will operate over the year.NoNo
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Addresses with Unitshttps://data.sfgov.org/Facilities-and-Structures/Addresses-with-Units-Enterprise-Addressing-System-/kvej-w5kb?All active addresses from the City's Enterprise Addressing System, including sub-addresses, such as units. Includes references to parcel and street centerline data. Updated nightly. See EAS Base Addresses for base addresses not including units.YesYesYesNightlyPresentCity and County of San Francisco - City's Enterprise Addressing SystemJeff Johnson updated page
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San Francisco Assessor Blockshttps://data.sfgov.org/Geography/San-Francisco-Assessor-Blocks/xdtu-tgdy?This dataset is a representation of each Assessor Block in the City. Each block is comprised of one or more subdivision lots.YesYesYesAnnuallyAssessorJeff Johnson updated page
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Building Footprintshttps://data.sfgov.org/Facilities-and-Structures/Building-Footprints-Zipped-Shapefile-Format-/jezr-5bxm?This data layer shows building footprints for the City and County of San Francisco as of June 2011. The layer was created using the ArcGIS 3D Analyst conversion tool, "MultiPatch Footprint," converting the 3D building model data the City licensed from PIctometry, Inc.YesYesYesUnclearJune 2011Jeff Johnson updated page
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