Castro/Upper Market Assessment Information
The assessment fees are listed below by year. Click on any year to find the assessment fee for your parcel. To find your parcel number go to: https://sfplanninggis.org/pim/ and put in your property’s address. For more information about your assessment fees see the Castro CBD’s Management Plan.
Emergency and Non-Emergencies
For emergency police, fire or medical services, dial 911. For all other non-emergency calls (to report parking violations, sit-lie violations, etc.) call 415-553-0123, police non-emergency.
The City’s telephone Customer Service Center is available 24/7/365 by dialing “311.” It provides information on City Departments and other services throughout San Francisco.
Castro/Upper Market Community Benefit District Assessment Fee
The Castro/Upper Market Community Benefit District is funded through an assessment on property within the Community Benefit District’s boundaries. Assessments are based on linear frontage, lot size, building square footage and building use. The formula for determining individual assessment fees can be found in the CBD’s Management Plan. The CBD receives its information on linear frontage, lot size, building size and building use from the San Francisco Office of Assessor-Recorder. This information for each assessed property within the CBD’s boundaries is provided, by APN, here. It is the responsibility of each property owner to ensure that the information provided to the Castro/Upper Market CBD, from the Assessor’s office is correct. To correct information on your property contact the Office of Assessor-Recorder directly. The contact information for this office is provided below.
City Information and Contact Info
Several Departments and Agencies of the City and County of San Francisco provide services to Property Owners, Businesses and Residents in the District. Most City Departments can be accessed through the City’s main website at www.SFGov.org
Office of the Assessor-Recorder
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl #190
San Francisco, CA 94102
Updates from the Office of the Assessor-Recorder can be found here. (please check back)
Office of Small Business
Small Business Assistance Center
City Hall, Room 110
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 554-6134 Tel
(415) 558-7844 Fax
Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services
City Hall, Room 160
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 554-7111 Main
(415) 554-6474 Fax
The Small Business Assistance Center is a “one-stop” City Department designed to coordinate starting a new business with the various City Services involved, and to provide liaison and assistance for existing businesses as well.
Departments Providing Major Services to Property Owners and Businesses
S.F. Department of Public Works | www.SFDPW.org | 415-554-6920
Administers work in a number of areas, including streets and sidewalks, graffiti control, litter control and pickup (see also the link below to Sunset Scavenger), street trees, sidewalk news racks, special event permits. See the SFDPW Resource List which describes many of their programs. Resource List of Other Community Programs (PDF) (please check back)
S.F. Assessor-Recorder Office | http://www.sfassessor.org | 415-554-5596
S.F. Treasurer and Tax Collector’s Office | http://www.sftreasurer.org | 415-554-4400
Property and Business Owners and residents in the Castro-Upper Market Community Benefit District are represented by District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener | scott.wiener@SFGov.org | 415-554-6968
Garbage, waste, recycling and other trash collection for commercial and residential customers in the District is done by Sunset Scavenger Company, a division of NorCal Waste Systems, Inc. For information on services (both routine and special pickups) http://www.sunsetscavenger.com | 415-330-1300
Loitering and Camping Information
San Francisco Municipal Police Code 25 “No Trespassing” signs are required for police and other law enforcement officers to take action regarding loitering, sleeping, panhandling, etc. on your premises when an owner’s representative is not present, such as late at night. To be fully enforceable and effective and in compliance with City rules, the signs must be signed and bear a current-period date. They must be replaced every six months, at the beginning of January for the first half of the year (use a yellow sign), and at the beginning of July for the second half of the year, (use a green sign). Copies of the signs are available from the CBD Dispatch service, call 415-471-7536 or the CBD office 415-500-1181. You can also pick up signs from P.O. Plus (584 Castro St.), or SFPD Mission Station (630 Valencia at 17th St.).
If you have questions, please contact the CBD by using our contact page.