- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2019-09-06T01:39:52.000Z
Donations to the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-09-24T15:26:55.000Z
This dataset includes all itemized monetary contributions ($100 or more) e-filed on Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) Form 460 Schedule "A" Monetary Contributions from 1998 to the present. The data is current as of the last modified date on this dataset. See the data key for column definitions: https://data.sfgov.org/Ethics/Campaign-Finance-Data-Key/wygs-cc76
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-09-24T19:16:47.000Z
Candidates for City elective office and their treasurer/assistant treasurer must complete a training developed by Ethics Commission staff prior to each election in which the candidate will appear on the ballot. An individual who serves as the treasurer for more than one committee is not required to complete a training if that individual has completed such a training within the previous 12 months. This dataset lists candidates and treasurers that have completed the requirement and filed the required SFEC Form 107 since February 26, 2020.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2019-09-06T00:44:16.000Z
Average quarterly park evaluation scores from Q3 FY2005 to Q4 FY2014. These scores are collected and reported pursuant to 2003's Prop C, which requires city agencies to establish and publish standards for street, sidewalk, and park maintenance. Beginning FY2015 a new methodology was developed to evaluate parks, therefore these scores should not form the basis of direct comparisons with scores reported in FY2015 and onward. FY2015 data onward is published and maintained by the SF Controller's Office.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-06-08T18:46:21.000Z
[Deprecation warning] As of December 2018, Please visit https://sfethics.org/disclosures/city-officer-disclosure/payments-made-at-the-behest-of-an-elected-officer to view new Form 803 filings --- In accordance with the California Government Code section 82015, payments made at the behest of elected officials are presumed not to be contributions if they meet the following guidelines:(a) the payments are made principally for legislative, governmental, or charitable purposes, and(b) the payments are made principally for purposes unrelated to the official's candidacy for elected office.Although such payments are not contributions, they MUST BE REPORTED on the Report of Payments Made at the Behest of an Elected Officer form to the elected officer's agency within 30 days after the total payments made by a single source equal to or exceed $5,000 in a calendar year. The agency must forward a copy of the report to the Ethics Commission within 30 days of its receipt.After the $5,000 threshold is met for a particular calendar year, all subsequent payments made by the same source during the calendar year must be reported by the elected officer within 30 days after the date the payment is made.These reports are public records. The table includes all FPPC 803 forms filed with the Ethics Commission from April 20, 2015 to March 2018.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-09-04T18:08:27.000Z
<div>The Existing Buildings Energy Performance Ordinance (Environment Code Chapter 20) requires that each non-residential building with at least 10,000 square feet of conditioned (heated or cooled) space <span style="color: rgb(94, 94, 94); font-family: "Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">and each residential building with at least 50,000 square feet of conditioned space must be benchmarked using Energy Star Portfolio Manager annually. Each non-residential building specified above is also required to undergo an energy audit or retrocommissioning at least once every 5 years. </span>More information: <a href="http://www.sfenvironment.org/ecb" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">www.sfenvironment.org/ebo</a>. This dataset lists compliance status for private-sector (non-municipal) properties where the owner has been notified a building is subject to the ordinance. Fields reported have expand as of early October 2015 to include energy use intensity, the 1-100 Portfolio Manager rating, and estimated greenhouse gas emissions from annual energy consumption.<br></div>
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-09-21T08:07:32.000Z
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.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-09-21T10:01:07.000Z
The San Francisco Controller's Office maintains a database of budgetary data that appears in summarized form in each Annual Appropriation Ordinance (AAO). This data is presented on the Budget report hosted at http://openbook.sfgov.org, and is also available in this dataset in CSV format. New data is added on an annual basis when the AAO is published for each new fiscal year. Data is available from fiscal year 2010 forward.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-06-23T12:19:01.000Z
Affordable rental housing developed in partnership with non-profit and private developers and financed through the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) and the Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) through City Funding Agreements, Ground Leases, Disposition & Participation Agreements and Conduit Mortgage Revenue Bond Financing, as of December 31, 2015.
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2020-05-11T17:34:48.000Z
Effective January 1, 2015, an individual who qualifies as a permit consultant under San Francisco law must register and file quarterly reports with the Ethics Commission. A permit consultant is an individual who receives or is promised compensation to provide permit consulting services on a "major project" or a "minor project", including any employee who receives compensation for time spent on permit consulting services. "Permit consulting services" means any contact with the Department of Building Inspection, the Entertainment Commission, the Planning Department, or the Department of Public Works to help a permit applicant obtain a permit. "Permit consulting services" do not include simple requests for information which do not otherwise include attempts to help obtain a permit. 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 and which requires a permit issued by the Department of Building Inspection or the Planning Department. Estimated constructions costs are to be calculated in the same manner used to determine building permit fees under the Building Code. A "minor project" is a project located in the City and County of San Francisco which requires a permit issued by the Entertainment Commission. The following individuals are not permit consultants and thus are not required to register or report: -a licensed architect or engineer of record for construction activity allowed or contemplated by the permit, or an employee of that architect or engineer; -a contractor who will be responsible for all construction activity associated with the requested permit, or an employee of that contractor; or -an employee or agent of an organization with tax exempt status under 26 United States Code Section 501(c)(3) communicating on behalf of that organization regarding the development of a project for that organization. Each permit consultant must register with the Ethics Commission no later than five business days after providing permit consulting services. Quarterly disclosure reports must subsequently be filed with the Ethics Commission