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ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CODES
PREFACE TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
CHAPTER 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 2: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
CHAPTER 2A: EXECUTIVE BRANCH
CHAPTER 2B: ASSESSMENT APPEALS BOARDS (TAX APPEAL BOARDS)
CHAPTER 3: BUDGET PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 4: CITY BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT, AND VEHICLES
CHAPTER 5: COMMITTEES
CHAPTER 6: PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 7: DISASTER COUNCIL
CHAPTER 8: DOCUMENTS, RECORDS AND PUBLICATIONS
CHAPTER 9A: FARMERS' MARKET
CHAPTER 9B: FLEA MARKET
CHAPTER 10: FINANCE, TAXATION, AND OTHER FISCAL MATTERS
CHAPTER 10B: SPECIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS SERVICES
CHAPTER 10C: REIMBURSEMENT FOR TOWING AND STORAGE OF VEHICLES
CHAPTER 10E: PLANNING MONITORING
CHAPTER 10F: 1660 MISSION STREET SURCHARGE
CHAPTER 10G: BOARD OF APPEALS SURCHARGE FOR PERMITS AND FEES
CHAPTER 10H: RECOVERY OF COSTS OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE
CHAPTER 11: FRANCHISES
CHAPTER 12: HOUSING AUTHORITY
CHAPTER 12A: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
CHAPTER 12B: NONDISCRIMINATION IN CONTRACTS
CHAPTER 12C: NONDISCRIMINATION IN PROPERTY CONTRACTS
CHAPTER 12D: MINORITY/WOMEN/LOCAL BUSINESS UTILIZATION
CHAPTER 12E: CITY EMPLOYEE'S SEXUAL PRIVACY ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 12F: IMPLEMENTING THE MACBRIDE PRINCIPLES - NORTHERN IRELAND
CHAPTER 12G: PROHIBITION ON USE OF PUBLIC FUNDS FOR POLITICAL ACTIVITY BY RECIPIENTS OF CITY CONTRACTS, GRANTS, AND LOANS
CHAPTER 12H: IMMIGRATION STATUS
CHAPTER 12I: CIVIL IMMIGRATION DETAINERS
CHAPTER 12J: CITY BUSINESS WITH BURMA PROHIBITED
CHAPTER 12K: SALARY HISTORY*
CHAPTER 12L: PUBLIC ACCESS TO RECORDS AND MEETINGS OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
CHAPTER 12M: PROTECTION OF PRIVATE INFORMATION*
CHAPTER 12N: LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, QUEER, AND QUESTIONING YOUTH: YOUTH SERVICES SENSITIVITY TRAINING
CHAPTER 12O: EARNED INCOME CREDIT INFORMATION
CHAPTER 12P: MINIMUM COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 12Q: HEALTH CARE ACCOUNTABILITY
CHAPTER 12R: MINIMUM WAGE
CHAPTER 12S: WORKING FAMILIES CREDIT PROGRAM
CHAPTER 12T: CITY CONTRACTOR/SUBCONTRACTOR CONSIDERATION OF CRIMINAL HISTORY IN HIRING AND EMPLOYMENT DECISIONS
CHAPTER 12U: SWEATFREE CONTRACTING
CHAPTER 12V: PERSONAL SERVICES MINIMUM CONTRACTUAL RATE ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 12W: SICK LEAVE*
CHAPTER 12X: PROHIBITING CITY TRAVEL AND CONTRACTING IN STATES THAT ALLOW DISCRIMINATION*
CHAPTER 12Y: SAN FRANCISCO SLAVERY DISCLOSURE ORDINANCE*
CHAPTER 12Z: SAN FRANCISCO FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKPLACE ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 13: JAILS AND PRISONERS
CHAPTER 14: SAN FRANCISCO HEALTH CARE SECURITY ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 14A: DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM
CHAPTER 14B: LOCAL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE UTILIZATION AND NON-DISCRIMINATION IN CONTRACTING ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 14C: [EXPIRED]
CHAPTER 15: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE
CHAPTER 16: OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES GENERALLY
CHAPTER 17: PUBLIC OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES
CHAPTER 18: PAYROLL PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 19. COMMUNITY SAFETY CAMERA ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 19A: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER 19B: ACQUISITION OF SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY
CHAPTER 20: SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER 21: ACQUISITION OF COMMODITIES AND SERVICES
CHAPTER 21A: HEALTH-RELATED COMMODITIES AND SERVICES
CHAPTER 21B: COMMODITIES AND SERVICES RELATING TO PROJECTS ADDRESSING HOMELESSNESS
CHAPTER 21C: MISCELLANEOUS PREVAILING WAGE REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER 21D: FOOD PURCHASES AT HOSPITALS OPERATED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND JAILS OPERATED BY THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER 21E: GOODS OR SERVICES CONTRACTS FOR INCARCERATED PERSONS
CHAPTER 21F: [RESERVED]
CHAPTER 21G: [RESERVED]
CHAPTER 22: RADIO COMMUNICATION FACILITIES
CHAPTER 22A: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
CHAPTER 22B: TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES
CHAPTER 22C: PUBLIC INTERNET ACCESS
CHAPTER 22D: OPEN DATA POLICY
CHAPTER 22E: CITY-OWNED FIBER-OPTIC FACILITIES
CHAPTER 22G: OFFICE OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGY
CHAPTER 22H: DESIGNATION UNDER HEALTH INSURANCE PORTABILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT (HIPAA)
CHAPTER 23: REAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 23A: SURPLUS PUBLIC LANDS ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 24: REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
CHAPTER 24A: ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM IN THE OFFICE OF MAYOR
CHAPTER 24B: RELOCATION APPEALS BOARD
CHAPTER 25: STREET LIGHTING
CHAPTER 26. DEEMED APPROVED OFF-STREET ALCOHOL USE NUISANCE REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 27: HEALTHY NAIL SALON RECOGNITION PROGRAM
CHAPTER 28: ADMINISTRATIVE DEBARMENT PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 29: FINDINGS OF FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND FEASIBILITY
CHAPTER 29A: APPROVAL OF POWER PLANT; PLANNING CODE SEC. 303(q) CRITERIA
CHAPTER 29B: CHILD CARE FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR CITY AND CITY-FUNDED PROJECTS
CHAPTER 30: CENTRALIZATION OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER 31: CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT PROCEDURES AND FEES
CHAPTER 32: RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION LOAN PROGRAM
CHAPTER 33: COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN
CHAPTER 33A: LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN (CEDAW)*
CHAPTER 34: NOTIFICATION TO ASSESSOR CONCERNING ZONING RECLASSIFICATIONS OF PROPERTY, CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS AND VARIANCES
CHAPTER 35: RESIDENTIAL, HOTEL, AND PDR COMPATIBILITY AND PROTECTION
CHAPTER 36: COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENTS AREA PLANS AND PROGRAMS
CHAPTER 37: RESIDENTIAL RENT STABILIZATION AND ARBITRATION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 37A: RENT STABILIZATION AND ARBITRATION FEE
CHAPTER 37B: MIDTOWN PARK APARTMENTS
CHAPTER 37C: EVICTION PROTECTIONS FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
CHAPTER 38: COMMERCIAL LANDLORDS; ACCESS IMPROVEMENT OBLIGATIONS AND NOTICE TO SMALL BUSINESS TENANTS REGARDING DISABILITY ACCESS
CHAPTER 39: [RIGHT TO RETURN TO REVITALIZED PUBLIC HOUSING]
CHAPTER 40: HOUSING CODE ENFORCEMENT LOAN PROGRAM
CHAPTER 41: RESIDENTIAL HOTEL UNIT CONVERSION AND DEMOLITION
CHAPTER 41A: RESIDENTIAL UNIT CONVERSION AND DEMOLITION
CHAPTER 41B: COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE ACT
CHAPTER 41C: TIME-SHARE CONVERSION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 41D: RESIDENTIAL HOTEL VISITOR POLICIES
CHAPTER 41E. RESIDENTIAL HOTEL MAIL RECEPTACLE ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 41F: TOURIST HOTEL CONVERSION*
CHAPTER 41G: RESIDENTIAL HOTEL COVID-19 PROTECTIONS
CHAPTER 42: INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
CHAPTER 43: MUNICIPAL FINANCE LAW
CHAPTER 44: ADULT DAY HEALTH CARE PLANNING COUNCIL
CHAPTER 45: JURY FEES
CHAPTER 47: PREFERENCE IN CITY AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAMS
CHAPTER 48: RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES
CHAPTER 49: SECURITY DEPOSITS FOR RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROPERTY
CHAPTER 49A: RESIDENTIAL TENANT COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER 49B: RESIDENTIAL RENTAL UNITS: LOCK REPLACEMENTS BY LANDLORD WHEN TENANTS VACATE
CHAPTER 50: NONPROFIT PERFORMING ARTS LOAN PROGRAM
CHAPTER 51: VOLUNTARY ARTS CONTRIBUTIONS PROGRAM
CHAPTER 52: SAN FRANCISCO CARBON MITIGATION PROGRAM
CHAPTER 53: URBAN AGRICULTURE
CHAPTER 53A: URBAN AGRICULTURE INCENTIVE ZONES ACT PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 54: SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY FACILITY COMMISSION
CHAPTER 56: DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS
CHAPTER 57: FILM COMMISSION
CHAPTER 58: RIGHT TO COUNSEL IN CIVIL MATTERS
CHAPTER 59: HEALTHY FOOD RETAILER ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 60: ASSISTED HOUSING PRESERVATION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 61: WATERFRONT LAND USE
CHAPTER 62: DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS
CHAPTER 63: WATER EFFICIENT IRRIGATION ORDINANCE*
CHAPTER 64: CITY EMPLOYEE AND CITY CONTRACTOR SAFETY AND HEALTH
CHAPTER 65: RENT REDUCTION AND RELOCATION PLAN FOR TENANTS INCONVENIENCED BY SEISMIC WORK PERFORMED PURSUANT TO CHAPTERS 14 AND 15 OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING CODE
CHAPTER 65A: COMPENSATION, OR SUBSTITUTE HOUSING SERVICE, FOR TENANTS AFFECTED BY TEMPORARY SEVERANCE OF SPECIFIED HOUSING SERVICES DURING MANDATORY SEISMIC WORK REQUIRED BY BUILDING CODE CHAPTER 34B
CHAPTER 66: SEISMIC SAFETY RETROFIT PROGRAM
CHAPTER 67: THE SAN FRANCISCO SUNSHINE ORDINANCE OF 1999
CHAPTER 67A: CELL PHONES, PAGERS AND SIMILAR SOUND-PRODUCING ELECTRICAL DEVICES
CHAPTER 68: CULTURAL EQUITY ENDOWMENT FUND
CHAPTER 69: SAN FRANCISCO HEALTH AUTHORITY
CHAPTER 70: IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PUBLIC AUTHORITY
CHAPTER 71: MILLS ACT CONTRACT PROCEDURES
CHAPTER 72: RELOCATION ASSISTANCE FOR LEAD HAZARD REMEDIATION
CHAPTER 74: RENT ESCROW ACCOUNT PROGRAM
CHAPTER 77: BUILDING INSPECTION COMMISSION APPEALS
CHAPTER 78: DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING INSPECTION PERMIT TRACKING SYSTEM
CHAPTER 79: PREAPPROVAL NOTICE FOR CERTAIN CITY PROJECTS
CHAPTER 79A: ADDITIONAL PREAPPROVAL NOTICE FOR CERTAIN CITY PROJECTS
CHAPTER 80: ANTI-BLIGHT ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 80A: ORDERS TO VACATE DUE TO HAZARDOUS HOUSING CONDITIONS
CHAPTER 82: LOCAL HIRING POLICY FOR CONSTRUCTION
CHAPTER 83: FIRST SOURCE HIRING PROGRAM
CHAPTER 84: SAN FRANCISCO RESIDENTIAL RENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR PERSONS DISQUALIFIED FROM FEDERAL RENT SUBSIDY PROGRAMS BY THE FEDERAL QUALITY HOUSING AND WORK RESPONSIBILITY ACT OF 1998 (QHWRA)
CHAPTER 86: CHILDREN AND FAMILIES FIRST COMMISSION
CHAPTER 87: FAIR HOUSING IMPLEMENTATION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 88: PERFORMANCE AND REVIEW ORDINANCE OF 1999
CHAPTER 89: DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES
CHAPTER 90: ENTERTAINMENT COMMISSION
CHAPTER 90A: PROMOTING AND SUSTAINING MUSIC AND CULTURE
CHAPTER 91: LANGUAGE ACCESS
CHAPTER 92: REAL ESTATE LOAN COUNSELING AND EDUCATION
CHAPTER 93: PREGNANCY INFORMATION DISCLOSURE AND PROTECTION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 94: THE SAN FRANCISCO PLAZA PROGRAM
CHAPTER 94A: THE SAN FRANCISCO PLACES FOR PEOPLE PROGRAM
CHAPTER 95: IDENTIFICATION CARDS
CHAPTER 96: COORDINATION BETWEEN THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY
CHAPTER 96A: LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER 96B: POLICY MAKING MARIJUANA OFFENSES THE LOWEST LAW ENFORCEMENT PRIORITY
CHAPTER 96C: POLICE INTERROGATION OF YOUTH - JEFF ADACHI YOUTH RIGHTS ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 97: HEALTHCARE IMPACT REPORTS
CHAPTER 98: THE BETTER STREETS POLICY
CHAPTER 99: PUBLIC POWER IN NEW CITY DEVELOPMENTS
CHAPTER 100: PROCEDURES GOVERNING THE IMPOSITION OF ADMINISTRATIVE FINES
CHAPTER 101: RESTRICTING THE PURCHASE, SALE, OR DISTRIBUTION OF SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGES BY OR FOR THE CITY
CHAPTER 102: OUR CHILDREN, OUR FAMILIES COUNCIL
CHAPTER 103: NON-COOPERATION WITH IDENTITY-BASED REGISTRY ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 104: COLLECTION OF SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY DATA
CHAPTER 105: CIGARETTE LITTER ABATEMENT FEE ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 106: CITY NAVIGATION CENTERS
CHAPTER 107: CULTURAL DISTRICTS
CHAPTER 107A: AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTS AND CULTURAL DISTRICT
CHAPTER 107B: CASTRO LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER, AND QUEER (LGBTQ) CULTURAL DISTRICT
CHAPTER 107C: AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURAL DISTRICT
CHAPTER 109: PRIORITIZING 100% AFFORDABLE HOUSING
CHAPTER 111: HOUSING REPORTS FOR SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
CHAPTER 115: AUTOMATED POINT OF SALE STATION REGISTRATION AND INSPECTION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 116: COMPATIBILITY AND PROTECTION FOR RESIDENTIAL USES AND PLACES OF ENTERTAINMENT
CHAPTER 117: COOPERATIVE LIVING OPPORTUNITIES FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM
CHAPTER 119: SAFE PARKING PROGRAMS
CHAPTER 120: ADMINISTRATION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUNDS
CHAPTER 121: CLOSURE OF JUVENILE HALL
CHAPTER 122: CLOSURE OF COUNTY JAIL 4
APPENDIX: Table of Initiative Ordinances and Policy Declarations
References to Ordinances
San Francisco Business and Tax Regulations Code
BUSINESS AND TAX REGULATIONS CODE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CODES
PREFACE TO THE BUSINESS AND TAX REGULATIONS CODE
ARTICLE 1: PERMIT PROCEDURES
ARTICLE 2: LICENSE FEES
ARTICLE 3: [REPEALED]
ARTICLE 4: [RESERVED]
ARTICLE 5: ELECTRICAL MUSICAL DEVICES
ARTICLE 6: COMMON ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 7: TAX ON TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY OF HOTEL ROOMS
ARTICLE 8: SUGARY DRINKS DISTRIBUTOR TAX ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 9: TAX ON OCCUPANCY OF PARKING SPACE IN PARKING STATIONS
ARTICLE 10: UTILITY USERS TAX
ARTICLE 10B: ACCESS LINE TAX
ARTICLE 11: STADIUM OPERATOR ADMISSION TAX
ARTICLE 12: BUSINESS REGISTRATION
ARTICLE 12-A: [REPEALED]
ARTICLE 12-A-1: GROSS RECEIPTS TAX ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 12-B: BUSINESS TAX REFUND
ARTICLE 12B-1: NEIGHBORHOOD BEAUTIFICATION AND GRAFFITI CLEAN-UP FUND TAX OPTION
ARTICLE 12-C: REAL PROPERTY TRANSFER TAX
ARTICLE 12-D: UNIFORM LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX
ARTICLE 13: CONNECTIONS TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TERMINAL ALARM PANEL
ARTICLE 14: TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
ARTICLE 15: BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS PROCEDURE CODE
ARTICLE 15A: PUBLIC REALM LANDSCAPING, IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS ("GREEN BENEFIT DISTRICTS")
ARTICLE 16: LIVING WAGE FOR EDUCATORS PARCEL TAX
ARTICLE 17: [REPEALED]
ARTICLE 20: FINANCIAL INFORMATION PRIVACY ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 21: EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION COMMERCIAL RENTS TAX ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 22: PARKING STATIONS; REVENUE CONTROL EQUIPMENT
ARTICLE 23: VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEE EXPENDITURE PLAN
ARTICLE 28: HOMELESSNESS GROSS RECEIPTS TAX ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 29: VACANCY TAX ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 30: CANNABIS BUSINESS TAX
ARTICLE 32: TRAFFIC CONGESTION MITIGATION TAX
ARTICLE 36: COMMERCIAL RENTS TAX
References to Ordinances
San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code
San Francisco Environment Code
ENVIRONMENT CODE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CODES
PREFACE TO THE ENVIRONMENT CODE
CHAPTER 1: PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE POLICY STATEMENT
CHAPTER 2: ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE PURCHASING ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 3: INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
CHAPTER 4: HEALTHY AIR AND CLEAN TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
CHAPTER 5: RESOURCE CONSERVATION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 7: GREEN BUILDING REQUIREMENTS FOR CITY BUILDINGS
CHAPTER 8: TROPICAL HARDWOOD AND VIRGIN REDWOOD BAN
CHAPTER 9: GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS TARGETS AND DEPARTMENTAL ACTION PLANS
CHAPTER 10: TRANSPORTATION OF AGGREGATE MATERIALS
CHAPTER 11: CELL PHONE DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER 12: URBAN FORESTRY COUNCIL
CHAPTER 13: ARSENIC-TREATED WOOD
CHAPTER 14: CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS RECOVERY ORDINANCE*
CHAPTER 15: GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM
CHAPTER 16: FOOD SERVICE AND PACKAGING WASTE REDUCTION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 17: PLASTIC BAG REDUCTION ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 18: SOLAR ENERGY INCENTIVE PROGRAM
CHAPTER 19: MANDATORY RECYCLING AND COMPOSTING
CHAPTER 20: EXISTING BUILDINGS ENERGY PERFORMANCE
CHAPTER 21: CLEAN ENERGY FULL DISCLOSURE ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 22: SAFE DRUG DISPOSAL
CHAPTER 23: DRINK TAP ORDINANCE
CHAPTER 24: BOTTLED DRINKING WATER
CHAPTER 25: CLEAN CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC WORKS
CHAPTER 26: BETTER ROOF REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER 27: ANTIBIOTIC USE IN FOOD ANIMALS
CHAPTER 28: FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS IN UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE AND JUVENILE PRODUCTS
CHAPTER 29: ELECTRIC VEHICLE READINESS IMPLEMENTATION*
CHAPTER 30: RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
CHAPTER 31: ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND CHARGING IN COMMERCIAL PARKING LOTS AND GARAGES*
References to Ordinances
San Francisco Fire Code
San Francisco Health Code
HEALTH CODE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CODES
PREFACE TO THE HEALTH CODE
ARTICLE 1: ANIMALS
ARTICLE 1A: ANIMAL SACRIFICE
ARTICLE 1B: PERFORMANCE OF WILD OR EXOTIC ANIMALS FOR PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT OR AMUSEMENT
ARTICLE 1C: SALE OF ANIMALS
ARTICLE 1D: ANIMAL FUR PRODUCTS
ARTICLE 2: COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
ARTICLE 3: HOSPITALS
ARTICLE 4: DECEASED PERSONS
ARTICLE 5: PUBLIC HEALTH - GENERAL
ARTICLE 6: GARBAGE AND REFUSE
ARTICLE 7: LAUNDRIES
ARTICLE 8: FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS
ARTICLE 8A: CANNABIS CONSUMPTION PERMITS
ARTICLE 9: DAIRY AND MILK CODE
ARTICLE 10: MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS
ARTICLE 11: NUISANCES
ARTICLE 11A: BED BUG INFESTATION PREVENTION, TREATMENT, DISCLOSURE, AND REPORTING
ARTICLE 11B: HEALTHY BUILDINGS
ARTICLE 12: SANITATION - GENERAL
ARTICLE 12A: BACKFLOW PREVENTION
ARTICLE 12B: SOIL BORING AND WELL REGULATIONS
ARTICLE 12C: ALTERNATE WATER SOURCES FOR NON-POTABLE APPLICATIONS
ARTICLE 14: AMBULANCES AND ROUTINE MEDICAL TRANSPORT VEHICLES
ARTICLE 15: PUBLIC SWIMMING POOLS
ARTICLE 16: REGULATING THE USE OF 'ECONOMIC POISONS'
ARTICLE 17: DISPOSAL OF UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY AT SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL
ARTICLE 18: PROVIDING FOR ISSUANCE OF CITATIONS TO VIOLATORS
ARTICLE 19: SMOKING POLLUTION CONTROL
ARTICLE 19A: REGULATING SMOKING IN EATING ESTABLISHMENTS [SUSPENDED]
ARTICLE 19B: REGULATING SMOKING IN SHARED OFFICE WORKPLACE [SUSPENDED]
ARTICLE 19C: REGULATING SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES AND IN HEALTH, EDUCATIONAL AND CHILD CARE FACILITIES [SUSPENDED]
ARTICLE 19D: PROHIBITING CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINES
ARTICLE 19E: PROHIBITING SMOKING IN PLACES OF EMPLOYMENT AND CERTAIN SPORTS ARENAS [SUSPENDED]
ARTICLE 19F: PROHIBITING SMOKING IN ENCLOSED AREAS, CERTAIN UNENCLOSED AREAS, AND SPORTS STADIUMS
ARTICLE 19G: ENFORCEMENT OF SMOKING PROHIBITIONS
ARTICLE 19H: PERMITS FOR THE SALE OF TOBACCO
ARTICLE 19I: PROHIBITING SMOKING IN CITY PARK AND RECREATIONAL AREAS AND FARMERS' MARKETS
ARTICLE 19J: PROHIBITING PHARMACIES FROM SELLING TOBACCO PRODUCTS
ARTICLE 19K: PROHIBITING SALES OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS ON PROPERTY OWNED BY OR UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
ARTICLE 19L: PROHIBITING SMOKING AT CERTAIN OUTDOOR EVENTS
ARTICLE 19M: DISCLOSURE TO PROSPECTIVE RESIDENTIAL TENANTS OF WHETHER A UNIT IS SMOKE FREE OR SMOKING OPTIONAL, AND INFORMING EXISTING RESIDENTIAL TENANTS WHERE SMOKING IS OPTIONAL
ARTICLE 19N: ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES - RESTRICTIONS ON SALE AND USE
ARTICLE 19O: [SMOKELESS TOBACCO - USE PROHIBITED AT ATHLETIC VENUES]
ARTICLE 19P: PROHIBITING THE SALE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS TO PERSONS AGED 18, 19, OR 20
ARTICLE 19Q: PROHIBITING THE SALE OF FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS
ARTICLE 19R: PROHIBITING THE SALE OF ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES LACKING FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION PREMARKET APPROVAL
ARTICLE 19S: PROHIBITING THE SALE AND DISTRIBUTION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS IN SAN FRANCISCO
ARTICLE 20: ALKYL NITRITES
ARTICLE 21: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
ARTICLE 21A: RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
ARTICLE 22: HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
ARTICLE 22A: ANALYZING SOILS FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE
ARTICLE 22B: CONSTRUCTION DUST CONTROL REQUIREMENTS
ARTICLE 23: VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINAL WORKER SAFETY
ARTICLE 24: CHLOROFLUOROCARBON RECOVERY AND RECYCLING
ARTICLE 25: MEDICAL WASTE GENERATOR REGISTRATION, PERMITTING, INSPECTIONS AND FEES
ARTICLE 26: COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL LEAD POISONING INVESTIGATION, MANAGEMENT AND ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
ARTICLE 27: HEALTH SERVICE SYSTEM AGREEMENT
ARTICLE 28: MEDICAL CANNABIS USER AND PRIMARY CAREGIVER IDENTIFICATION CARDS
ARTICLE 29: LICENSING AND REGULATION OF MASSAGE PRACTITIONERS AND MASSAGE BUSINESSES
ARTICLE 30: REGULATION OF DIESEL BACKUP GENERATORS
ARTICLE 31: HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD
ARTICLE 32: DISEASE PREVENTION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
ARTICLE 33: MEDICAL CANNABIS ACT
ARTICLE 34: HEALTHY PRODUCTS, HEALTHY CHILDREN ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 35: BIOLOGICAL AGENT DETECTORS
ARTICLE 36: CHILD COUGH AND COLD MEDICINE WARNING ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 37: TRANS FAT FREE RESTAURANT PROGRAM ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 38: ENHANCED VENTILATION REQUIRED FOR URBAN INFILL SENSITIVE USE DEVELOPMENTS
ARTICLE 39: COMMERCIAL DOG WALKING
ARTICLE 40: SAFE BODY ART
ARTICLE 41: MENTAL HEALTH
ARTICLE 42: SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGES
ARTICLE 43: SURPLUS MEDICATION REPOSITORY AND DISTRIBUTION
ARTICLE 45: CITY-OPERATED ADULT RESIDENTIAL FACILITY
ARTICLE 46: OVERDOSE PREVENTION PROGRAMS
ARTICLE 47: ADULT SEX VENUES
References to Ordinances
San Francisco Municipal Elections Code
San Francisco Park Code
San Francisco Planning Code
San Francisco Zoning Maps
San Francisco Police Code
POLICE CODE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CODES
PREFACE TO THE POLICE CODE
ARTICLE 1: PUBLIC NUISANCES
ARTICLE 1.1: REGULATING THE USE OF VEHICLES FOR HUMAN HABITATION
ARTICLE 1.2 DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING AGAINST FAMILIES WITH MINOR CHILDREN
ARTICLE 1.3: TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON RENTAL INCREASES RENT ROLLBACK BASED UPON APRIL 15, 1979, RENTAL RATES AND REFUNDING ANY RENT INCREASES
ARTICLE 1.5: DISPLAY OF LIFE AND PROPERTY CONSERVATION DECALS
ARTICLE 2: DISORDERLY CONDUCT
ARTICLE 3: GAMES OF CHANCE
ARTICLE 4: PARADES
ARTICLE 4.5: FUNERAL PROCESSION ESCORTS
ARTICLE 5: OFFENSIVE POWDERS
ARTICLE 6: FRAUD AND DECEIT
ARTICLE 7: ANIMALS AND BIRDS
ARTICLE 7.1: HORSE-DRAWN VEHICLES
ARTICLE 8: MINORS
ARTICLE 9: MISCELLANEOUS CONDUCT REGULATIONS
ARTICLE 9.5: PROHIBITING OF PROFESSIONAL STRIKEBREAKERS
ARTICLE 9.6: REGULATIONS FOR SOLICITATION FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES
ARTICLE 10: REGULATIONS FOR ADVERTISING
ARTICLE 10.1: REGULATING EXPOSURE OF PHOTOGRAPHS, CARTOONS OR DRAWINGS ON NEWSRACKS
ARTICLE 10.2: REGULATION OF COMPUTER RENTAL BUSINESSES
ARTICLE 11: REGULATIONS FOR AMUSEMENTS
ARTICLE 11.1: COMMERCIAL DISPLAY OF DEAD HUMAN BODIES
ARTICLE 11.2: REGULATIONS FOR ADULT THEATERS AND ADULT BOOKSTORES PERMIT AND LICENSE PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 12: REGULATIONS FOR AUTOMOBILES
ARTICLE 13: MISCELLANEOUS REGULATIONS FOR PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
ARTICLE 13.1: JUNK DEALERS - PERMIT AND REGULATION
ARTICLE 13.2 BICYCLE MESSENGER BUSINESSES
ARTICLE 13.3: CAR RENTAL BUSINESSES
ARTICLE 13.4: REDUCING RENTAL-CAR BURGLARIES
ARTICLE 14: LICENSES FOR ADVERTISING
ARTICLE 15: LICENSES FOR AMUSEMENTS
ARTICLE 15.1: ENTERTAINMENT REGULATIONS PERMIT AND LICENSE PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 15.2: ENTERTAINMENT REGULATIONS FOR EXTENDED-HOURS PREMISES
ARTICLE 15.3: PROHIBITING NUDE PERFORMERS, WAITERS AND WAITRESSES
ARTICLE 15.4: ENCOUNTER STUDIOS
ARTICLE 15.5: NUDE MODELS IN PUBLIC PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIOS
ARTICLE 15.6: ESCORT SERVICES
ARTICLE 15.7: EVENT PROMOTERS
ARTICLE 16: REGULATION OF CANNABIS
ARTICLE 17: MISCELLANEOUS LICENSE REGULATIONS
ARTICLE 17.1: REGULATIONS FOR FORTUNETELLING; PERMIT AND LICENSE PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 18: SAN FRANCISCO POLICE PISTOL RANGE
ARTICLE 19: DISPOSAL OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
ARTICLE 20: REPRODUCING AND FURNISHING REPORTS
ARTICLE 22: CITATIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE HEALTH CODE AND POLICE CODE
ARTICLE 23: REGULATIONS FOR PORT AREA*
ARTICLE 24: REGULATING STREET ARTISTS*
ARTICLE 25: REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE PROTECTION AND SECURITY SERVICES*
ARTICLE 26: REGULATIONS FOR PUBLIC BATH HOUSES
ARTICLE 27: REGULATIONS FOR MORTGAGE MODIFICATION CONSULTANTS
ARTICLE 28: REGULATIONS FOR PAWNBROKERS PERMIT AND LICENSE PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 29: REGULATION OF NOISE
ARTICLE 30: PERMITS FOR TOW CAR DRIVERS
ARTICLE 30.1: PERMITS FOR TOW CAR FIRMS
ARTICLE 31: REGULATIONS FOR TEMPORARY HELIPORTS AND PERMIT PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 32: REGULATIONS FOR CONDUCTING BINGO GAMES
ARTICLE 32A: REGULATIONS FOR CONDUCTING POKER GAMES
ARTICLE 33: PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION BASED ON RACE, COLOR, ANCESTRY, NATIONAL ORIGIN, PLACE OF BIRTH, SEX, AGE, RELIGION, CREED, DISABILITY, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, WEIGHT, OR HEIGHT
ARTICLE 33A: PROHIBITION OF EMPLOYER INTERFERENCE WITH EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES AND REGULATIONS OF EMPLOYER DRUG TESTING OF EMPLOYEES
ARTICLE 33B: PROHIBITION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION BY CLUBS OR ORGANIZATIONS WHICH ARE NOT DISTINCTLY PRIVATE
ARTICLE 33C: DISPLACED WORKER PROTECTION
ARTICLE 33D: GROCERY WORKER RETENTION
ARTICLE 33E: HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY WORKER RETENTION
ARTICLE 33F: HOURS AND RETENTION PROTECTIONS FOR FORMULA RETAIL EMPLOYEES
ARTICLE 33G: PREDICTABLE SCHEDULING AND FAIR TREATMENT FOR FORMULA RETAIL EMPLOYEES
ARTICLE 33H: PAID PARENTAL LEAVE
ARTICLE 33I: LACTATION IN THE WORKPLACE
ARTICLE 33J: PARITY IN PAY
ARTICLE 33K: RIGHT TO REEMPLOYMENT FOLLOWING LAYOFF DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
ARTICLE 33L: PROHIBITING EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF COVID-19 STATUS
ARTICLE 33M: GROCERY STORE, DRUG STORE, RESTAURANT, AND ON-DEMAND DELIVERY SERVICE WORKER PROTECTIONS
ARTICLE 34: REGULATIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS - PERMIT AND LICENSE PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 35: FIREARM STRICT LIABILITY ACT
ARTICLE 36: PROHIBITING THE CARRYING OF A FIREARM WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE OR DRUG, OR POSSESSION OF A FIREARM WHILE UPON PUBLIC PREMISES SELLING OR SERVING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
ARTICLE 36A: [SALE, MANUFACTURE, AND DISTRIBUTION OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION; POSSESSION OF HANDGUNS]
ARTICLE 36B: STORAGE OF FIREARMS IN MOTOR VEHICLES
ARTICLE 36C: PROHIBITION OF FIREARMS AT PUBLIC GATHERINGS
ARTICLE 36D: GUN VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDERS
ARTICLE 37: POLICE EMERGENCY ALARM ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 38: PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF AIDS AND ASSOCIATED CONDITIONS
ARTICLE 39: PEDICABS
ARTICLE 40: DRUG FREE WORKPLACE ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 41: PROHIBITING THE SALE OR POSSESSION OF REPLICA HYPODERMIC NEEDLES OR SYRINGES
ARTICLE 42: SALE AND DISPLAY OF AEROSOL PAINT CONTAINERS AND MARKER PENS
ARTICLE 42A: COLOR TIRES
ARTICLE 42B: MERCURY THERMOMETERS
ARTICLE 42D: SALE AND DISPLAY OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING HYDROFLUORIC ACID
ARTICLE 43: ACCESS TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
ARTICLE 44: CLOSED CAPTIONS ACTIVATION REQUIREMENT ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 45: FIREARMS AND WEAPONS VIOLENCE PREVENTION ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 46: PROHIBITING SELF-SERVICE MERCHANDISING OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCEPT IN PLACES TO WHICH MINORS HAVE NO ACCESS
ARTICLE 47: PERSONAL WATERCRAFT
ARTICLE 48: LASER POINTERS
ARTICLE 49: PROCEDURES FOR CONSIDERING ARRESTS AND CONVICTIONS AND RELATED INFORMATION IN EMPLOYMENT AND HOUSING DECISIONS
ARTICLE 50: CRIMINAL HISTORY IN ADMISSION TO POST-SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
ARTICLE 51: STORMWATER FLOOD RISK DISCLOSURE
ARTICLE 52: OCCUPANT'S RIGHT TO CHOOSE A COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES PROVIDER
ARTICLE 53: REGULATION OF THIRD-PARTY FOOD DELIVERY SERVICES
ARTICLE 55: ACCEPTANCE OF CASH BY BRICK-AND-MORTAR BUSINESSES
ARTICLE 56: MOTOR VEHICLE STUNT DRIVING
References to Ordinances
San Francisco Port Code
San Francisco Public Works Code
PUBLIC WORKS CODE
THE SAN FRANCISCO CODES
PREFACE TO THE PUBLIC WORKS CODE
ARTICLE 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
ARTICLE 2: PUBLIC CONTRACT PROCEDURE
ARTICLE 2.1: PERMIT FEES AND OCCUPANCY ASSESSMENTS
ARTICLE 2.3: HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD
ARTICLE 2.4: EXCAVATION IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY
ARTICLE 3: REGULATIONS IN REGARD TO WORKING CONDITIONS
ARTICLE 4: SEWERS
ARTICLE 4.1: INDUSTRIAL WASTE
ARTICLE 4.2. SEWER SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
ARTICLE 4.3: SEWERS
ARTICLE 5: STREET FLOWER MARKETS
ARTICLE 5.1: ANTI-LITTER RECEPTACLES
ARTICLE 5.2: TABLES AND CHAIRS IN PUBLIC SIDEWALK OR ROADWAY AREAS
ARTICLE 5.3: DISPLAY OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OR NONFOOD MERCHANDISE ON PUBLIC SIDEWALKS
ARTICLE 5.4: REGULATION OF NEWSRACKS
ARTICLE 5.5: DISTRIBUTION OF FREE SAMPLE MERCHANDISE ON PUBLIC PROPERTY
ARTICLE 5.6: POSTING OF SIGNS ON CITY-OWNED LAMP POSTS OR UTILITY POLES
ARTICLE 5.7: HANDBILL DISTRIBUTION ON PRIVATE PREMISES; DISPLAY OF BANNERS
ARTICLE 5.8: PERMIT REGULATIONS FOR MOBILE FOOD FACILITIES CONCERNING PRODUCTS FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
ARTICLE 6: STREET IMPROVEMENT PROCEDURE
ARTICLE 6.1: IMPROVEMENT PROCEDURE CODE
ARTICLE 7: MAINTENANCE DISTRICTS
ARTICLE 9: UNACCEPTED STREETS
ARTICLE 11: SPUR TRACKS
ARTICLE 13: ENGINEERING INSPECTION
ARTICLE 14: UNDERGROUND PIPES, WIRES AND CONDUITS
ARTICLE 15: MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLE 16: URBAN FORESTRY ORDINANCE
ARTICLE 16.1: TREE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
ARTICLE 17: CONTROL OF DUMPS DISPOSING OF MATERIALS FROM CONSTRUCTION OR DEMOLITION
ARTICLE 18: UTILITY FACILITIES
ARTICLE 19: PUBLIC TELEPHONE BOOTHS ON PUBLIC SIDEWALKS
ARTICLE 20: PROHIBITED BICYCLE ACTIONS AND TRANSACTIONS
ARTICLE 21: RESTRICTION OF USE OF POTABLE WATER FOR SOIL COMPACTION AND DUST CONTROL ACTIVITIES
ARTICLE 22: RECLAIMED WATER USE
ARTICLE 23: GRAFFITI REMOVAL AND ABATEMENT
ARTICLE 24: SHOPPING CARTS
ARTICLE 25: PERSONAL WIRELESS SERVICE FACILITIES
ARTICLE 26*: ILLEGAL DUMPING
ARTICLE 27: SURFACE-MOUNTED FACILITIES
References to Ordinances
San Francisco Subdivision Code
San Francisco Transportation Code
Comprehensive Ordinance List
San Francisco Building Inspection Commission (BIC) Codes
SEC. 249.52.  TREASURE ISLAND/YERBA BUENA ISLAND SPECIAL USE DISTRICT.
   (a)   Purpose and Boundaries. In order to give effect to the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Project as approved by the Board of Supervisors (File Nos. 110226 and 110291), there shall be a Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Special Use District as designated on Sectional Map SU14 of the Zoning Maps of the City and County of San Francisco. The boundaries of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Special Use District include all areas of Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island as shown on Sectional Map ZN14. Any property within the Special Use District owned by the United States Department of Labor, United States Coast Guard, Federal Highway Administration or California Department of Transportation is hereby declared to be in a P (Public Use) District unless reclassified in accordance with the provisions of this Code. The purpose of this Special Use District is to facilitate the City's long-term goal of implementing the creation of a new City neighborhood on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island, which will provide benefits to the City such as significant amounts of new affordable housing, increased public access and open space, transportation improvements, extensive infrastructure improvements, and recreational and entertainment opportunities, while creating jobs and a vibrant, sustainable community. This Special Use District shall supersede, in its entirety, all other provisions of this Planning Code that would otherwise be applicable to Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island except with respect to (1) Planning Code sections adopted by ballot proposition prior the effective date of the Ordinance adopting this Special Use District, which consist of the sections of the Planning Code adopted or amended by Proposition M (1986) (Section 101.1 [General Plan Consistency and Implementation], Section 164, and Sections 320-325); Proposition K (1984) (Shadow Ban) (Section 295); Proposition G (2002) (General Advertising Signs Prohibited) (Sections 602.7 and 611); and Proposition G (2006) (Limitation on Formula Retail in NC Districts) (Section 703.4); (2) any Planning Code sections adopted or amended in connection with this Special Use District, including Sections 105 (Zoning Map); 201 (Use Districts); 263.26 (Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Height and Bulk District) and 249.52 (Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Special Use District), and (3) any other section of the Planning Code referenced herein (but only to the extent and for the purposes stated herein).
   (b)   Jurisdiction. Within this Special Use District, property subject to the public trust for commerce, navigation and fisheries and governed by the Treasure Island Conversion Act of 1997 (the "Tidelands Trust") is designated on Figures 1 and 2 as the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone. The Treasure Island Development Authority ("TIDA"), as public trust grantee under the Treasure Island Conversion Act of 1997 ("Conversion Act"), has jurisdiction over any Vertical Development or uses in the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone and any other tidelands or submerged lands within its jurisdiction pursuant to its authority under the Conversion Act, as well as Horizontal Development. The Planning Commission has jurisdiction over any Vertical Development or use of property that is not subject to Tidelands Trust, designated on Figure 1 as outside the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone, and reserves review and approval rights over certain Vertical Development of property subject to the Tidelands Trust as more specifically set forth in this Special Use District.
   (c)   Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone. The Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone shown on Figures 1 and 2 illustrates the areas of the Islands subject to the Tidelands Trust after completion of all of the Tidelands Trust exchanges contemplated under the Treasure Island Public Trust Exchange Act (SB 543, as amended by SB 815 and SB 833, the "Exchange Act"), which is State legislation authorizing an exchange of Public Trust lands between Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island, consistent with the proposed development program. To the extent that property not included in the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone would be subject to the Tidelands Trust prior to the applicable exchange implemented under the Exchange Act, the restrictions of the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone apply until the exchange is effected. To the extent property shown in the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone would not be subject to the Tidelands Trust prior to the applicable exchange, the restrictions of the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone do not apply until the exchange is effected.
   (d)   Relationship to Design for Development. The Treasure Island + Yerba Buena Island Design for Development ("Design for Development"), adopted by the Planning Commission (Motion No. 18330) and approved by the Board of Supervisors as part of this Special Use District, and as may be amended from time to time as provided herein, sets forth development and use Standards and Guidelines applicable within this Special Use District. Said Design for Development is hereby incorporated by reference. Any term used in this Special Use District and not otherwise defined shall have the meaning ascribed to it in the Design for Development. TIDA shall have exclusive jurisdiction and approval rights over amendments to the Design for Development that affect only horizontal development. Other than as specified above, the Planning Commission may initiate and adopt amendments to the Design for Development, or may approve amendments to the Design for Development upon application by TIDA or an owner or lessee of property (or his or her authorized agent) within this Special Use District, provided, however, that prior to taking any action to amend the Design for Development, the Planning Commission shall refer the matter to the TIDA Board for review and the TIDA Board shall have 30 days to submit its recommendation to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission shall approve, conditionally approve or disapprove the proposed amendment within 30 days of receipt of the TIDA Board's recommendation or, if the TIDA Board fails to submit a recommendation, within 30 days of the expiration of the TIDA Board's 30 day review period. The Planning Commission may not approve an amendment to the Design for Development if it finds that the amendment is inconsistent with this Special Use District, the General Plan, and the approved Development Agreement by and between the City and County of San Francisco and Treasure Island Community Development, LLC relative to the development of Naval Station Treasure Island (File No. 110226) (the "Development Agreement").
   (e)   Development Controls. Development and uses of property within this Special Use District shall be regulated by the controls contained herein and in the Design for Development, provided, however, that if there is any inconsistency between this Special Use District and the Design for Development, this Special Use District shall control.
      (1)   Zoning Designation. The applicable zoning designations shall be as set forth on Figure 1, consisting of the following zoning districts: Treasure Island Residential (TI-R), Treasure Island Mixed Use (TI-MU), Treasure Island Open Space (TI-OS), and Treasure Island Public/Civic/Institutional (TI-PCI). The applicable zoning designation shall be as set forth on Figure 2, consisting of the following zoning districts: Yerba Buena Island Residential (YBI-R), Yerba Buena Island Mixed Use (YBI-MU), Yerba Buena Island Open Space (YBI-OS), and Yerba Buena Island Public Services/Civic/Institutional (YBI-PCI), each as defined in the Design for Development. In addition, portions of this Special Use District shall be subject to a Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone as set forth on Figures 1 and 2 and further defined in the Design for Development.
Figure 1:  Treasure Island Zoning Designations.
 
Figure 2:  Yerba Buena Island Zoning Designations
 
      (2)   Uses. The uses listed in Figure 3are permitted in this Special Use District as indicated by the following symbols in the respective column for each district: (i) P – permitted as a Principal Use in this zoning designation; (ii) IC – subject to approval as an Island Conditional Use pursuant to the procedures set forth in subsection (h) below; (iii) blank – not permitted in this zoning designation.

Figure 3:  Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Permitted Uses
 
TI-R
TI-MU
TI-OS
TI-PCI
P=Permitted Use;
IC= Island Conditional Use Permit Required;
* and/or † = See Comments
Land Use
Zone
 
Residential
1. Dwelling Units
P
P
 
2. Group Housing*
P
P
*Within any residential structures owned or controlled by the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative or its successor.
3. Live/Work Units
P
P
 
4. Senior or Assisted Living
P
P
 
5. Supportive Housing*
P
P
*Within any residential structures owned or controlled by the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative or its successor
Retail Sales and Services
6. Acupuncture, Acupressure, or Chiropractor Establishment
IC*
P
*Not to exceed 10,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
7. Animal Services, Enclosed Building
IC
IC
8. Automobile Rental
P*
P
*Not to exceed 2,500 SF, including any exterior space used for automobile storage, per single tenant;
Service counter limited to ground floor only. Rental vehicles may be stored in multilevel structure. Above ground structures, will be governed by the standards and guidelines for such structures in T5 of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Design for Development document.
9. Automobile Services (Gas and Service Stations and Wash)
IC
IC
IC
Limited to ground floor only
10. Bars
IC*
IC
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
11. Beauty or Cosmetology Salon
P*
P
*Not to exceed 10,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first floor, with direct entries from ground floor
12. Cafes, Delicatessens, and Bakeries
P
P
IC
Limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
13. Farmer's Market
P
P
P
P
14. Financial Service
P
P
15. Financial Services (Limited)
P
P
16. Full-service, Counter-service and Self-service Restaurants
P*
P
IC
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF
17. Grocery Store
P*
P
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF for any single tenant.
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
18. Health Club, Private Resident Accessory Use
P
P
19. Home Occupation
P
P
20. Tourist Hotel
P
IC
21. Health Clubs, Fitness Centers, Gyms and Athletic Clubs
P (IC*)
P
IC*
P
*Island Conditional Use Permit required if facility is greater than 15,000 SF;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
22. Laundromat
P
P
Limited to ground floor only
23. Dry Cleaning Facility
P (IC*)
P(IC*)
*Island Conditional Use Permit required if dry cleaning facility has an on-site plant;
limited to ground floor only
24. Liquor Stores
IC
IC
25. Massage Establishments
IC
IC
26. Offices, Professional, Medical, and Business
P*
P
P
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
27. Pharmacy
IC*
P
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
28. Medical Cannabis Dispensary
IC
Not permitted within the immediate proximity of schools, childcare and similar facilities
29. Radio Broadcasting Facility
IC
30. Retail Sales and Services, Local-Serving
P*
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
31. Retail Sales and Services, Visitor Serving
P
IC
32. Retail, Restaurants, Kiosks, Pushcarts, and other uses*
P
P
*Uses accessory to and supportive of recreation and open space uses, consistent with the Open Space Area standards and guidelines set forth in Chapter Y1 of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Design for Development document
33. Walk-Up Facilities
P
P
Limited to ground floor only
Assembly and Entertainment
34. Amusement Enterprises
P
35. Live Telecast and Filming
P
36. Nighttime Entertainment
P (IC*)
*Special permit required if establishment operates after-hours (2-6 am)
37. Recreation Buildings, including pool halls, skating, indoor sports or bowling facilities
P
P (IC*)
Not including Health Clubs, Fitness Centers, Gyms and Athletic Clubs covered under "Retail Sales & Services";
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF for any single tenant
38. Theaters (movie or live performance)
P
IC*
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF for any single tenant
Institutional, Educational and Arts Activities
39. Arts activities in commercial, community, or live/work spaces
IC
P
IC
P
40. Child Care, Family Facility
P
P
P
41. Child Care Center
P*
P
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on ground floor only
42. Community Clubhouse, Neighborhood Center, Community Cultural Center, or other community resource not publicly owned but open for public use.
IC
P
IC
P
43. Institutional and Educational Facilities, 15,000 SF or less
IC
P
IC
P
44. Institutional and Educational Facilities, more than 15,000 SF
P
P
45. Mortuary
IC
46. Museums, Interpretive Centers and Cultural Facilities
P
IC
P
47. Outpatient Medical Clinics
P
48. Private Club
IC*
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location only above ground floor
49. Religious Institutions
IC*
IC
IC
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant
50. Sailing and Water Sport Educational Activity
P
P
51. Small residential/senior care facility licensed by the State
P*
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant
52. Social service/ philanthropic enterprises
IC*
(P*†)
IC*
(P*†)
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant.
Permitted use for TIHDI
53. Vocational/Job Training Facility
IC*
(P*†)
IC*
(P*†)
IC*
IC*
(P*†)
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant.
Permitted use for TIHDI
Parking
54. Bicycle Storage
P
P
P
P
55. Community garages
P
P
P
Limited to the storage of private passenger automobiles belonging to Treasure Island residents, visitors, and workers, and meeting the siting and design requirements, car-share requirements, and otherwise complying with the provisions of Chapter Y6 of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Design for Development document
56. Accessory Parking Facilities
P
P
P
Off-street parking, either surface or structured, that is accessory to a permitted or special use, subject to the requirements of Chapter Y6 of the Design for Development document, in terms of location and quantity
57. Parking accessory to use of open space and sports fields
P
P
P
Surface or structured
Manufacturing and Processing/Industrial/Laboratory Uses
58. Life Sciences
IC
Limited to administrative office and research and development facilities not requiring any additional regulatory approvals for emissions or hazards not otherwise required of general office use
59. Laboratory
IC
Limited to administrative office and research and development facilities not requiring any additional regulatory approvals for emissions or hazards not otherwise required of general office use
60. PDR (Production, Distribution and Repair)
IC
61. Small scale food manufacturing and processing
P*
IC*
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF for any single tenant
Civic, Public, Open Space, and Public Service Uses
62. Ambulance
IC
63. Civic Use
P
P
64. Community Recycling Collection Center
IC
IC
P
P
65. Composting Facilities
P
P
66. Corporation Yard
P*
P*
*Not to exceed 2 acres in size
67. Fire/police Stations
P
P
P
68. Greenhouse or Plant Nursery
P*
P
P
For propagation of plants for landscaping, accessory to urban farm or for educational purposes;
*Permitted when attached to food production or with retail establishment
69. Hiking and Walking Trails
P
P
P
P
70. Library
P*
P*
P
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF
71. Micro-Utilities
P
P
P
P
72. Open lots or enclosed storage for public service use
IC
P
73. Open space Maintenance Facility
P
IC
For support of open space program on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island, and compliant to the standards and guidelines for each specific open space area listed in Chapter Y1 of the Design for Development document
74. Playground
P*
P
P
P
*See Open Space Chapter Y1 of Design for Development document for programming and size standards
75. Public Parks
P*
P
P
P
*See Open Space Chapter Y1 of Design for Development document for
programming and size standards
76. Sports Fields
P
77. Stormwater and Wastewater Treatment Wetlands
P
P
78. Low Impact Development for Stormwater (e.g. Water Garden, Bioswales, Cisterns or Similar Features)
P
P
P
P
79. Renewable Energy Generation Facilities, Building Integrated*
P
P
IC
P
* Including, but not limited to, PV and wind power generation
80. Renewable Energy Generation Facilities, Distributed*
IC
IC
* Including, but not limited to, PV and wind power generation
81. Wireless Telecommunications Services Facility
P
P
P
P
See Building Design Chapter Y5 of the Design for Development document for placement standards
82. Transit Facilities
P
P
P
P
83. Urban Farm
P*
P
*Permitted when associated with retail in Block B2
84. Wastewater Treatment Plant and related facilities
IC
IC
IC
P
Temporary Uses
85. Booths for charitable, patriotic, or welfare purposes
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
86. Exhibitions, Festivals, Circuses, Concerts, or Neighborhood Carnivals
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
87. Open-air sales of agriculturally produced seasonal decorations including, but not necessarily limited to, Christmas trees and Halloween pumpkins
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
88. Meeting Rooms and Event Staging
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
89. Automobile and truck parking and loading accessory to an authorized temporary use
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
Interim Uses
90. Rental or sales offices incidental to a given new development, provided that it be located in the development or a temporary structure
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
91. Structures and uses incidental to environmental cleanup and staging
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
92. Temporary structures and uses incidental to the demolition, deconstruction or construction of a structure, building, infrastructure, group of buildings, or open space, including but not limited to staging of construction materials and equipment
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
93. Storage
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
94. Automobile and truck parking and loading related to construction activities related to Horizontal
Development and Vertical Development
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
 
YBI-R
YBI-
MU
YBI-OS
YBI-
PCI
P=Permitted Use;
IC= Island Conditional Use Permit Required;
* and/or † = See Comments
Land Use
Zone
 
Residential
1. Dwelling Units
P
P
 
2. Group Housing*
P
P
*Within any residential structures owned or controlled by the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative or its successor.
3. Live/Work Units
P
P
 
4. Senior or Assisted Living
P
P
 
5. Supportive Housing*
P
P
*Within any residential structures owned or controlled by the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative or its successor
Retail Sales and Services
6. Acupuncture, Acupressure, or Chiropractor Establishment
IC*
P
*Not to exceed 10,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
7. Animal Services, Enclosed Building
IC
IC
8. Automobile Rental
P*
P
*Not to exceed 2,500 SF, including any exterior space used for automobile storage, per single tenant;
Service counter limited to ground floor only. Rental vehicles may be stored in multilevel structure. Above ground structures, will be governed by the standards and guidelines for such structures in T5 of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Design for Development document.
9. Automobile Services (Gas and Service Stations and Wash)
IC
IC
IC
Limited to ground floor only
10. Bars
IC*
IC
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
11. Beauty or Cosmetology Salon
P*
P
*Not to exceed 10,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first floor, with direct entries from ground floor
12. Cafes, Delicatessens, and Bakeries
P
P
IC
Limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
13. Farmer's Market
P
P
P
P
14. Financial Service
IC
P
15. Financial Services (Limited)
IC
P
16. Full-service, Counter-service and Self-service Restaurants
P*
P
IC
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF
17. Grocery Store
P*
P
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF for any single tenant.
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
18. Health Club, Private Resident Accessory Use
P
P
19. Home Occupation
P
P
20. Tourist Hotel
P
IC
21. Health Clubs, Fitness Centers, Gyms and Athletic Clubs
P (IC*)
P
IC*
P
*Island Conditional Use Permit required if facility is greater than 15,000 SF;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
22. Laundromat
P
P
Limited to ground floor only
23. Dry Cleaning Facility
P (IC*)
P(IC*)
*Island Conditional Use Permit required if dry cleaning facility has an on-site plant;
limited to ground floor only
24. Liquor Stores
IC
IC
25. Massage Establishments
IC
IC
26. Offices, Professional, Medical, and Business
P*
P
P
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
27. Pharmacy
IC*
P
*Not to exceed 5,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
28. Medical Cannabis Dispensary
IC
Not permitted within the immediate proximity of schools, childcare and similar facilities
29. Radio Broadcasting Facility
IC
30. Retail Sales and Services, Local-Serving
P*
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on the first two floors, with direct entries from ground floor
31. Retail Sales and Services, Visitor Serving
P
IC
32. Retail, Restaurants, Kiosks, Pushcarts, and other uses*
P
P
*Uses accessory to and supportive of recreation and open space uses, consistent with the Open Space Area standards and guidelines set forth in Chapter T1 of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Design for Development document
33. Walk-Up Facilities
P
P
Limited to ground floor only
Assembly and Entertainment
34. Amusement Enterprises
P
35. Live Telecast and Filming
P
36. Nighttime Entertainment
P (IC*)
*Special permit required if establishment operates after-hours (2-6 am)
37. Recreation Buildings, including pool halls, skating, indoor sports or bowling facilities
P
P (IC*)
Not including Health Clubs, Fitness Centers, Gyms and Athletic Clubs covered under "Retail Sales & Services";
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF for any single tenant
38. Theaters (movie or live performance)
P
IC*
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF for any single tenant
Institutional, Educational and Arts Activities
39. Arts activities in commercial, community, or live/work spaces
IC
P
IC
P
40. Child Care, Family Facility
P
P
P
41. Child Care Center
P*
P
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location on ground floor only
42. Community Clubhouse, Neighborhood Center, Community Cultural Center, or other community resource not publicly owned but open for public use.
IC
P
IC
43. Institutional and Educational Facilities, 15,000 SF or less
IC
P
IC
P
44. Institutional and Educational Facilities, more than 15,000 SF
IC
IC
P
45. Mortuary
IC
46. Museums, Interpretive Centers and Cultural Facilities
P
IC
P
47. Outpatient Medical Clinics
P
48. Private Club
IC*
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant;
limited to location only above ground floor
49. Religious Institutions
IC*
IC
IC
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant
50. Sailing and Water Sport Educational Activity
P
P
51. Small residential/senior care facility licensed by the State
P*
P
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant
52. Social service/ philanthropic enterprises
IC*
(P*†)
IC*
(P*†)
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant.
Permitted use for TIHDI
53. Vocational/Job Training Facility
IC*
(P*†)
IC*
(P*†)
IC*
IC*
(P*†)
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant.
Permitted use for TIHDI
Parking
54. Bicycle Storage
P
P
P
P
55. Community garages
P
P
IC
Limited to the storage of private passenger automobiles belonging to Treasure Island residents, visitors, and workers, and meeting the siting and design requirements, car-share requirements, and otherwise complying with the provisions of Chapter T6 of the Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Design for Development document
56. Accessory Parking Facilities
P
P
P
Off-street parking, either surface or structured, that is accessory to a permitted or special use, subject to the requirements of Chapter T6 of the Design for Development document, in terms of location and quantity
57. Parking accessory to use of open space and sports fields
P
P
P
P
Surface or structured
Civic, Public, Open Space, and Public Service Uses
58. Ambulance
IC
59. Civic Use
P
P
60. Community Recycling Collection Center
IC*
IC
IC
IC
*Not to exceed 15,000 SF for any single tenant.
61. Composting Facilities
P
P
62. Corporation Yard
P*
P*
*Not to exceed 2 acres in size
63. Fire/police Stations
P
P
P
64. Greenhouse or Plant Nursery
P*
P
P
For propagation of plants for landscaping, accessory to urban farm or for educational purposes;
*Permitted when attached to food production or with retail establishment
65. Hiking and Walking Trails
P
P
P
P
66. Library
P*
P*
P
*Not to exceed 20,000 SF
67. Micro-Utilities
P
P
IC
P
68. Open lots or enclosed storage for public service use
IC
P
69. Open space Maintenance Facility
P
IC
For support of open space program on treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island, and compliant to the standards and guidelines for each specific open space area listed in Chapter T1 of the Design for Development document
70. Playground
P*
P
P
P
*See Open Space Chapter T1 of Design for Development document for
programming and size standards
71. Public Parks
P*
P
P
P
*See Open Space Chapter T1 of Design for Development document for
programming and size standards
72. Sports Fields
P
73. Stormwater and Wastewater Treatment Wetlands
P
P
74. Low Impact Development for Stormwater (e.g. Water Garden, Bioswales, Cisterns or Similar Features)
P
P
P
P
75. Renewable Energy Generation Facilities, Building Integrated*
P
P
IC
P
* Including, but not limited to, PV and wind power generation
76. Renewable Energy Generation Facilities, Distributed*
IC
IC
* Including, but not limited to, PV and wind power generation
77. Wireless Telecom-
munications Services Facility
P
P
P
P
See Building Design Chapter T5 of the Design for Development document for placement standards
78. Transit Facilities
P
P
P
P
79. Urban Farm
P*
P
*Permitted when associated with retail in Block B2
80. Wastewater Treatment Plant and related facilities
IC
IC
IC
P
Temporary Uses
81. Booths for charitable, patriotic, or welfare purposes
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
82. Exhibitions, Festivals, Circuses, Concerts, or Neighborhood Carnivals
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
83. Open-air sales of agriculturally produced seasonal decorations including, but not necessarily limited to, Christmas trees and Halloween pumpkins
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
84. Meeting Rooms and Event Staging
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
85. Automobile and truck parking and loading accessory to an authorized temporary use
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(3)
Interim Uses
86. Rental or sales offices incidental to a given new development, provided that it be located in the development or a temporary structure
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
87. Structures and uses incidental to environmental cleanup and staging
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
88. Temporary structures and uses incidental to the demolition, deconstruction or construction of a structure, building, infrastructure, group of buildings, or open space, including but not limited to staging of construction materials and equipment
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
89. Storage
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
90. Automobile and truck parking and loading related to construction activities related to Horizontal
Development and Vertical Development
P*
P*
P*
P*
*Subject to authorization under Section 249.52(e)(4)
      (3)   Temporary Uses. A temporary use may be authorized by the Executive Director of TIDA ("Executive Director") (for uses located within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone) or the Planning Director (for uses located outside the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone) without a public hearing for a period not to exceed 90 days for any of the following uses: booths for charitable, patriotic, or welfare purposes; exhibitions, festivals, circuses, concerts, or neighborhood carnivals; open-air sales of agriculturally produced seasonal decorations such as Christmas trees and Halloween pumpkins; meeting rooms and event staging; and automobile and truck parking and loading associated with an authorized temporary use. An authorization granted pursuant to this section shall not exempt the applicant from obtaining any other permit required by law. Additional time for such uses may be authorized only by action upon a new application.
      (4)   Interim Uses. An interim use listed in this section may be authorized by the Executive Director (for uses located within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone) or Planning Director (for uses located outside the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone) without a public hearing for a period not to exceed 5 years if the applicable Director finds that such use will not impede orderly development within this Special Use District consistent with the Design for Development and Development Agreement; provided, however, that any interim use listed in this section that is integral to development contemplated by the Development Agreement or any other disposition and development agreement with TIDA, as determined by the applicable Director, shall be permitted without requiring such authorization. Interim uses within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone are subject to review by the Executive Director for compliance with the Tidelands Trust and TIDA policies. Such interim uses include: rental or sales offices incidental to new development; structures and uses incidental to environmental clean-up, demolition and construction pursuant to an approved Major Phase of Development; storage; automobile and truck parking and loading related to the construction activities related to Horizontal Development and Vertical Development. An authorization granted pursuant to this section shall not exempt the applicant from obtaining any other permit required by law. Additional time for such uses may be authorized only by action upon a new application.
      (5)   Non-Conforming Uses. TIDA shall provide for the reasonable continuance, modification and/or termination of uses and structures existing as of the date of adoption of the Special Use District and Design for Development that do not comply with the Special Use District or the Design for Development, provided that such use or structure is generally compatible with the development and uses authorized under the Special Use District and Design for Development. The Executive Director (for property located within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone), or the Planning Director (for property not located within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone) may authorize additions, alterations, reconstruction, rehabilitation, reuse of vacant buildings or changes in use of land or buildings for uses that do not conform to the Special Use District, subject to a determination that such authorization would not impede the orderly development of the area subject to this Special Use District.
      (6)   Building Standards.
         (A)   Building Height. The applicable height limits for this Special Use District shall be as set forth on Sectional Map HT14 of the Zoning Maps of the City and County of San Francisco. As more particularly described on Section Map HT14, underlying height zones range from 25 feet to 125 feet on Treasure Island and 35 feet to 75 feet on Yerba Buena Island. "Flex Height Zones" have been established on Treasure Island to allow for the flexibility in locating tall buildings within the overall built form of the island, and range from 240 feet to 450 feet. The Flex Height Zones allow for a variety of building types to be built up to the indicated maximum height for their zone as long as they conform to the relevant applicable Standards for Bulk, Massing and Tower Separation as described herein, and Figure 6, Bulk and Massing Controls Matrix. The location of tall buildings in relation to each other and to the lower buildings is controlled by the building separation requirements set forth in subsection (e)(6)(B), Tower Separation, below. Height shall be measured and regulated as provided in the Design for Development and not as provided in Article 2.5.
         (B)   Tower Separation.
            (i)   Portions of buildings taller than 125 feet located within a Flex Height Zone that are taller than the underlying height zone shall maintain a minimum distance of 115 feet clear from any portion of another building taller than its underlying height zone. This distance is to be measured by a 115 feet circular offset from the inscribed building perimeter at its outermost points on all levels above the underlying height zone, as shown on Figure 4. The requirements of this subsection shall not apply to buildings located on blocks C1, C2-B, C2-H and M1, as identified on Figure 1.

Figure 4:  Tower Separation
            (ii)   Buildings located within a Flex Height Zone that are located on blocks IC1, IC2, IC3 and IC4 and E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, E7 and E8, as identified on Figure 1, shall maintain a clear corridor extending a minimum distance of 500 feet perpendicularly to any other building taller than 85 feet, as shown on Figure 5. The corridors shall be aligned orthogonally, perpendicularly and parallel to the north-south avenues, and extend from the buildings' furthermost points regardless of orientation. The requirements of this subsection shall not apply to buildings located on blocks B1, B2, B3 and M1, as identified on Figure 1.

Figure 5:  Corridors
         (C)   Building Bulk. With respect to development on Treasure Island, the applicable bulk limitations shall be as set forth on Figure 6. With respect to development on Yerba Buena Island, the following requirements shall apply: (i) buildings extending more than 35 feet above grade shall, above the third floor, step back a minimum distance of 10 feet horizontal for every 10 feet vertical; (ii) buildings fronting on the downhill edge of a street or Drive Court where buildings on the uphill side are allowed shall have a maximum height of 25 feet, however for no more than 50% of the width of a residential townhouse unit or lot, but in no instance more than 18 feet increments, the maximum height may be increased to 35 feet; (iii) the height extension referenced in (ii) may not be joined to a similar extension or an adjoining unit or lot and must be configured in a manner that allows potential views from an adjacent uphill unit or lot both over and through the subject unit or lot; (iv) buildings shall be no longer than 150 feet in length, and the maximum plan dimension of a building or structure shall be the greatest plan dimension parallel to the long axis of the building at a given level; (v) the maximum apparent face or elevation length shall be 75 feet; (vi) Mid-rise Buildings on block 4Y (as identified on Figure 1) shall be subject to additional bulk and massing requirements set forth in Section Y4.5.5 of the Design for Development; and (vii) on blocks 1Y, 2Y, 3Y and 4Y, a minimum of 1 cross stairway running perpendicular to the topographical contours of the land and no closer than 150 feet from either end of the parcel (measured parallel to the topographical contours) shall be required and integrated into the Island-wide pedestrian trail system.

Figure 6:  Treasure Island Bulk & Massing
         (D)   Building Setbacks. The applicable building setback requirements for this Special Use District shall be as set forth on Figures 7 and 8.

Figure 7:  Treasure Island Required Setbacks
Figure 8:  Yerba Buena Island Required Setbacks
      (7)   Off-Street Automobile Parking. Off-street parking shall not be required for any use, and may be provided in quantities up to the maximum number of spaces specified in Figures 9 and 10. Compliance with the off-street parking standards specified in Figures 9 and 10 shall be determined in accordance with subsection (g)(4)(D)(iv) below, and further provided that no application for Vertical Development that includes off-street automobile parking shall be accepted as complete unless TIDA has authorized submittal of the application and certified that the proposed amount of parking complies with the Island-wide parking maximums.

Figure 9:  Treasure Island Permitted Off-Street Parking
 
Use or Activity
Maximum Number of Off-Street Car Parking Spaces*
Residential
1 for each dwelling unit calculated on an aggregate basis for all dwelling units constructed within the Development Plan Area, but in no event more than 8,000 residential accessory spaces within the combined Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Development Plan Area.
Office/Commercial
1 for every 1,000 square feet of gross floor area calculated on an aggregate basis for all office/commercial uses (other than retail, hotel and marina) but in no event more than 302 office/commercial accessory spaces within the combined Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Development Plan Area.
Retail
2 for every 1,000 square feet of gross floor area calculated on an aggregate basis for all retail uses, but in no event more than 414 retail accessory spaces within the Treasure Island portion of Development Plan Area.
Hotel
0.4 for every hotel room calculated on an aggregate basis for all hotel uses on Treasure Island, but in no event more than 180 hotel accessory spaces on Treasure Island.
Marina
0.6 for every slip constructed within the Development Plan Area calculated on an aggregate basis, but in no event more than 236 Marina accessory spaces within the Treasure Island portion of Development Plan Area.
Figure 10:  Yerba Buena Island Off-Street Parking
 
Use or Activity
Maximum Number of Off-Street Car Parking Spaces*
Residential
1 for each dwelling unit calculated on an aggregate basis for all dwelling units constructed within the Development Plan Area, but in no event more than 8,000 residential accessory spaces within the combined Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Development Plan Area
Office/Commercial
1 for every 1,000 square feet of gross floor area calculated on an aggregate basis for all office/commercial uses (other than retail, hotel and marina) but in no event more than 302 office/commercial accessory spaces within the combined Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island Development Plan Area
Retail
Retail 2 for every 1,000 square feet of gross floor area calculated on an aggregate basis for all retail uses
Hotel
0.8 for every hotel room calculated on an aggregate basis for all hotel uses on Yerba Buena Island, but in no event more than 40 hotel accessory spaces on Yerba Buena Island.
   (f)   Review and Approval of Horizontal Development. TIDA shall have exclusive jurisdiction over Horizontal Development in this Special Use District subject to all applicable permit requirements of other City agencies. Horizontal Development shall be subject to and regulated by the Design Review and Document Approval Procedure attached as an exhibit to the Disposition and Development Agreement, as such procedures may be amended from time to time.
   (g)   Review and Approval of Vertical Development.
      (1)   Purpose. The Vertical Development design review process for Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island is intended to ensure that new private buildings within Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island are designed to complement the aesthetic of the development, exhibit high quality architectural design and promote the purpose of this Special Use District.
      (2)   Applicability. Vertical Development within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone, or on other tidelands and submerged lands within its jurisdiction pursuant to its authority under the Conversion Act, is within TIDA jurisdiction and shall be subject to the procedures set forth in subsection (g)(5). Vertical Development outside of the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone is within Planning Department jurisdiction and shall be subject to the procedures set forth in subsection (g)(4).
      (3)   Applications.
         (A)   Required Applications. The construction, major alterations, or additions to Vertical Development within this Special Use District shall require approval of Schematic Design Documents and building permits. The definition of major alterations and additions to Vertical Development is set forth in the Design for Development. If the proposed project is located within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone, the application shall be submitted to and reviewed by TIDA. If the proposed project is located outside the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone, the application shall be submitted to and reviewed by the Planning Department. For purposes of this section, "Schematic Design Documents" shall mean documents containing a schematic design level of detail for a specific Vertical Development improvement. Each such application for approval may be filed by the owner, lessee or authorized agent of the owner or lessee of the property for which the Vertical Development approval is sought.
         (B)   Contents. Each application shall contain the documents and materials necessary to determine consistency with this Special Use District and the Design for Development. If a Major Modification (as defined in subsection (g)(4)(D) below) is sought in accordance with the allowances of this Section, the application also shall contain a written description for each modification sought that describes how the proposed project meets the full intent of this Special Use District and the Design for Development.
         (C)   Completeness. TIDA or Planning Department staff, as applicable, shall review the application for completeness and advise the applicant in writing of any deficiencies within 30 days after receipt of the application or, if applicable, within 15 days after receipt of any supplemental information requested pursuant to this Section. If staff does not so advise the applicant, the application shall be deemed complete.
         (D)   Pre-Submission Conference. Not less than 30 days prior to submitting a Schematic Design Document application, the applicant shall submit to TIDA and the Planning Department, preliminary maps, plans and design sketches for the proposed Vertical Development and a statement describing compliance with the applicable land use restrictions and limitations set forth in the applicable Vertical Disposition and Development Agreement. Within 20 days, staff shall review submitted materials and advise the applicant whether the materials would be considered a complete application. TIDA's review of the pre-submittal materials shall also include a review for compliance with the applicable Vertical Disposition and Development Agreement as required for TIDA's submittal of its letter of authorization required as part of the application submittal materials. If requested by the applicant and not less than 15 days prior to submitting a Schematic Design Document application, the applicant and TIDA or Planning Department staff, as applicable, shall hold at least one pre-submission meeting regarding the project at a mutually agreeable time.
      (4)   Schematic Design Document Applications under Planning Commission Jurisdiction.
         (A)   Staff Review. Each application for Schematic Design Document approval under Planning Commission jurisdiction shall be subject to an administrative review process by the Planning Department. Prior to consideration for project approval, and not more than 60 days (for applications pertaining to structures 70 feet or fewer in height) or 80 days (for applications pertaining to structures over 70 feet in height) after such application is complete or deemed complete, staff shall review the application to determine whether it complies with this Special Use District and the Design for Development. Staff shall issue a staff report to the Planning Director or Planning Commission, as appropriate, including a recommendation regarding any modifications sought. Such staff report shall be delivered to the applicant not less than 10 days prior to Planning Director or Planning Commission action on the application, and shall be kept on file for public review.
         (B)   TIDA Consultation. Upon receipt of a complete application, a copy of such application shall be submitted to TIDA. Should TIDA wish to provide further comments beyond those provided at the pre-submittal stage, it shall submit its comments to the Planning Department no later than 30 days following receipt of the application. Planning Department staff shall consider TIDA comments in drafting its staff report.
         (C)   Planning Director Approval. Except for projects seeking one or more Major Modifications, the Planning Director shall approve, conditionally approve or disapprove a project's Schematic Design Documents, including any Minor Modifications sought, without a hearing based on its compliance with this Special Use District and the Standards set forth in the Design for Development. If the project is consistent with the quantitative Standards set forth in this Special Use District and the Design for Development, the Planning Director's discretion to approve, conditionally approve, or disapprove the project shall be limited to the project's consistency with the qualitative Standards and Guidelines of the Design for Development and the General Plan. The Planning Director may not impose any condition of approval that conflicts with the Development Requirements (as such term is defined in the Development Agreement). Upon approval, the Planning Director shall assign to each approved assessor's block and/or lot the applicable zoning designation and height and bulk classification. The Planning Director shall, promptly, mail notice of his or her determination to the applicant, TIDA, and owners of real property within 300 feet of all exterior boundaries of the project area, using for this purpose the names and addresses as shown on the citywide assessment roll in the Office of the Tax Collector, and any other person who has requested notice.
         (D)   Modifications to Standards. Modification of the Standards set forth in this Special Use District and contained in the Design for Development may be approved on a project-by-project basis as follows:
            (i)   No Modifications. No modifications or variances are permitted for the following Standards in this Special Use District: district-wide maximum off-street auto parking ratios, and height limits.
            (ii)   Major Modifications. A Major Modification shall be (i) any deviation of more than 10 percent from any quantitative Standard in this Special Use District or the Design for Development or (ii) any modification of the maximum building floor plates. A major modification may be approved only by the Planning Commission at a public hearing, and the Planning Commission's review at such hearing shall be limited to the Major Modification. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Section, the Planning Director may refer a proposed modification, even if not otherwise classified as a Major Modification, to the Planning Commission as a Major Modification if the Planning Director determines that the proposed modification does not meet the intent of the Standards set forth in the Design for Development. The Planning Commission may not impose conditions of approval that conflict with the Development Requirements (as such term is defined in the Development Agreement).
            (iii)   Minor Modifications. Any modification to the building standards of this Special Use District and contained in the Design for Development not considered a Major Modification pursuant to subsection (ii) above shall be deemed to be a Minor Modification. Except as permitted in accordance with subsection (ii) above, a Minor Modification is not subject to review by the Planning Commission.
            (iv)   Off-Street Parking. A project that exceeds applicable parking ratios on a project-level basis shall not be considered a Major Modification, Minor Modification or otherwise inconsistent with the Special Use District or the Design for Development, subject to the further limitations of this Section (iv). Except as further provided herein, no new off-street parking may be approved by Planning or TIDA at the following increments of development that would cause the aggregate parking ratio in the Special Use District to cumulatively exceed the applicable ratios, including both built and entitled but-not-yet-built Vertical Development: every 2,000 net new housing units and every 100,000 gross square feet of non-residential uses in new or rehabilitated buildings (each residential and non-residential threshold, a "Development Increment"). Notwithstanding the foregoing, for the first two Development Increments, a deviation of up to 10% shall be permitted and not be considered a Major Modification, Minor Modification or otherwise inconsistent with the Special Use District or the Design for Development. No exceedance of the parking ratios applicable to any Development Increment after the first two residential and non-residential Development Increments shall be permitted. The Development Increments shall commence as of the effective date of this ordinance and shall not include interim or temporary uses as defined in this Special Use District.
         (E)   Public Hearing for Large Projects. Prior to decision by the Director of Planning pursuant to Subsection (g)(4)(C) above, each project subject to the below criteria shall be presented at a regularly scheduled hearing of the Planning Commission. Such hearing shall be calendared within 30 days after the application is complete or deemed complete. If a public hearing is required under subsection (g)(4)(D) and this subsection (g)(4)(E), the Planning Commission shall jointly calendar and hear both items, to take action on the Major Modification and to provide comment only on the project design. The Director of Planning shall consider all comments from the public and the Planning Commission in making his or her decision to approve, conditionally approve, or disapprove the project design. Criteria necessitating public hearing are as follows:
            (i)   The project includes the construction of a new building greater than 70 feet in height, or includes a vertical addition to an existing building resulting in a total building height greater than 70 feet; or
            (ii)   The project involves a net addition or new construction of more than 25,000 gross square feet of commercial space.
         (F)   Notice of Hearings. Notice of hearings required by subsections (D) and (E) shall be provided as follows:  (i) by mail not less than 10 days prior to the date of the hearing to the project applicant, owners of real property within 300 feet of all exterior boundaries of the project that is the subject of the application, using for this purpose the names and addresses as shown on the citywide assessment roll in the Office of the Tax Collector, and any person who has requested such notice; and (ii) by posting on the subject property at least 10 days prior to the date of the hearing.
      (5)   Schematic Design Document Applications Under TIDA Jurisdiction.
         (A)   TIDA Design Review. Each application for Schematic Design Document approval under TIDA jurisdiction shall be subject to an administrative review process by TIDA staff. Not more than 60 days (for applications pertaining to structures 70 feet or fewer in height) or 80 days (for applications pertaining to structures over 70 feet in height) after such application is complete or deemed complete, staff shall review the application to determine that it complies with this Special Use District and the Design for Development and shall issue a staff report to the TIDA Board, including a recommendation for any modifications sought. If the application would be subject to Planning Commission action as a Major Modification under subsection (g)(4)(D) or Planning Commission review as a large project under subsection (g)(4)(E) if the project were located outside the Tidelands Trust Overlay, the TIDA staff report shall also be delivered to the Planning Department.
         (B)   Planning Commission Election. For any application for which the Planning Department receives the TIDA staff report pursuant to subsection (g)(5)(A), within 30 days of receipt of the report, the Planning Commission may, by majority vote, elect to hold a hearing on a Schematic Design Documents application, which hearing shall be held within 30 days of such election. The Planning Commission's review shall be limited to the consistency of the building design with this Special Use District and the Design for Development, and on that basis alone, the Planning Commission shall submit its recommendation to the TIDA Board.
         (C)   Review by TIDA Board. The TIDA Board shall calendar the application as follows:  (i) for any application for which the Planning Department does not receive the TIDA staff report pursuant to subsection (g)(5)(A), the TIDA Board shall calendar the application for its next regularly scheduled hearing after receipt of the staff report for which an agenda has not been finalized; (ii) for any application for which the Planning Department receives the TIDA staff report pursuant to subsection (g)(5)(A), if upon the expiration of the Planning Commission's 30 day election period, the Planning Commission has not elected to hold a hearing on the Schematic Design Documents application, the TIDA Board shall calendar the application for its next regularly scheduled meeting for which an agenda has not been finalized; or (iii) if, prior to the expiration of the Planning Commission's 30 day election period, the Planning Commission has elected to hold a hearing on the Schematic Design Documents application, the TIDA Board shall calendar the application for its next regularly scheduled meeting for which an agenda has not been finalized after the date that the Planning Commission takes action on the application at its public hearing. If the project is consistent with the quantitative Standards set forth in this Special Use District and the Design for Development, the TIDA Board's discretion to approve, conditionally approve or disapprove the project shall be limited to the project's consistency with the qualitative Standards and Guidelines set forth in the Design for Development. The TIDA Board may not impose any condition of approval that conflicts with the Development Requirements (as such term is defined in the Development Agreement). If the TIDA Board objects to or seeks to substantially modify design recommendations that have been approved by the Planning Commission as set forth in Section (g)(5)(B), TIDA shall provide notice of such decision to the Planning Commission, and TIDA shall have the right to appeal the design recommendations to the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the procedures for appeal set forth in subsection (i) below.
         (D)   Review of Historic Resources. Any review under this section of Schematic Design Documents for a historic resource identified in the Design for Development shall be subject to the additional review requirements set forth therein.
      (6)   Building Permit Approval. Each building permit application submitted to the Department of Building Inspection shall be forwarded to the Planning Department if the application pertains to property located outside of the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone or TIDA if the application pertains to property located within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone. Staff of the applicable agency shall review the building permit application for consistency with the authorizations granted pursuant to this Section. No building permit may be issued for work within this Special Use District unless Planning Department or TIDA staff, as applicable, determines such permit is consistent with the approved Schematic Design Documents and the Standards set forth in the Design for Development.
      (7)   Discretionary Review. No requests for discretionary review shall be accepted by the Planning Department or TIDA or heard by the Planning Commission or TIDA Board for projects subject to this Section.
   (h)   Island Conditional Use Permits. For Island Conditional Uses within the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone, upon written request by the property owner or lessee (or his or her designated agent), the Executive Director may approve an Island Conditional Use permit without a hearing if he or she finds that, at the size and intensity contemplated: (i) the proposed use will make a positive contribution to the character of the Special Use District; (ii) the proposed use is compatible with the neighborhood or community; and (iii) the proposed use is compliant with the Tidelands Trust as more particularly described in Section T3.4.2 of the Design for Development; provided, however, that the Executive Director, in his or her discretion, may refer the matter to the TIDA Board for decision at a public hearing. TIDA may adopt procedures for reviewing and acting on Island Conditional Use permits. Island Conditional Uses outside the Tidelands Trust Overlay Zone shall be subject to review and approval by the Planning Commission in the same manner as set forth in Sections 303et seq. for conditional uses, except that the Planning Commission shall not use the criteria set forth in Sections 303et seq. and instead shall approve or conditionally approve the Island Conditional Use if it finds that, at the size and intensity contemplated: (i) the proposed use will make a positive contribution to the character of the Special Use District; and (ii) the proposed use is compatible with the neighborhood or community.
   (i)   Appeal and Decision on Appeal.
      (A)   Planning. A decision of the Planning Director or the Planning Commission under this Special Use District, other than a decision with respect to an Island Conditional Use, may be appealed to the Board of Appeals within 10 days after the date of the decision by filing a written notice of appeal with that body. Such notice must set forth how the Planning Director or the Planning Commission, as applicable, erred in granting, conditioning, or denying an application under this Section. Upon the hearing of an appeal, the Board of Appeals may, subject to the same limitations as are placed on the Planning Commission or Planning Director by Charter or by this Special Use District, approve, disapprove or modify the appealed decision. If the determination of the Board of Appeals differs from that of the Planning Director or Planning Commission, the Board of Appeals shall state its reasons in writing. A decision of the Planning Commission with respect to an Island Conditional Use may be appealed to the Board of Supervisors in the same manner as set forth in Section 308.1, except that the decision also may be appealed independently by the applicant or TIDA without complying with the property owner subscription requirements of Section 308.1.
      (B)   TIDA. If the TIDA Board objects to or seeks to substantially modify a design recommendation or determination taken by the Planning Commission under subsection (g)(5)(B) above, it shall take action to file an appeal of the Planning Commission recommendation or determination to the Board of Supervisors, which shall be evidenced by filing a written notice of appeal with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors shall hear the appeal within 30 days of TIDA's determination to appeal. The Board of Supervisors' review of the Planning Commission decision shall be limited to the design issues that are the subject of the appeal. The Board of Supervisors may disapprove the decision of the Planning Commission by a majority vote, and may not impose any condition of project approval that conflicts with the Development Requirements (as such term is defined in the Development Agreement) or is inconsistent with TIDA's authority as trustee under the Conversion Act.
   (j)   Fees. Each of the Planning Director and the Executive Director shall require an applicant or permittee to pay a fee in an amount sufficient to recover actual time and materials costs that the Planning Department and TIDA incurs in reviewing and processing any application under this Section. The applicable Director also may charge for any time and materials costs that other agencies, boards, commissions, or departments of the City, including the City Attorney's Office, incur in connection with the processing or administration of a particular application, action, or procedure if such costs are not separately assessed in accordance with the Development Agreement. Whenever such fees are or will be charged, the applicable Director, upon request of the applicant or permittee, shall provide in writing the basis for the fees or an estimate of the fees to be charged.
(Added by Ord. 98-11, File No. 110229, App. 6/15/2011, Eff. 7/15/2011; amended by Ord. 56-13 , File No. 130062, App. 3/28/2013, Eff. 4/27/2013; Ord. 188-15 , File No. 150871, App. 11/4/2015, Eff. 12/4/2015; Ord. 166-16 , File No. 160477, App. 8/11/2016, Eff. 9/10/2016; Ord. 202-18, File No. 180557, App. 8/10/2018, Eff. 9/10/2018; Ord. 63-20, File No. 200077, App. 4/24/2020, Eff. 5/25/2020)
AMENDMENT HISTORY
Division (e)(6)(A) amended; Ord. 56-13 , Eff. 4/27/2013. Divisions (a) and (g)(4)(E) amended;Ord. 188-15 , Eff. 12/4/2015. Division (e)(2) Fig. 3 amended; Ord. 166-16 , Eff. 9/10/2016. Division (e)(2) and Fig. 3 amended; division (g)(4)(E) amended; Ord. 202-18, Eff. 9/10/2018. Division (e)(2) amended; Ord. 63-20, Eff. 5/25/2020.