From San Francisco Shared Spaces
Applications for the post-pandemic parklets/shared spaces are due by January 15th. If you want a post-pandemic permit to have a parklet or shared space, you need to submit your application on or before January 15th. All application materials can be found at: https://sf.gov/shared-spaces.
For help with your application, please see the following resources from the Shared Spaces team:
Check out the newest version 2.2 (December 2022) of the Shared Spaces Manual.
Get reimbursed for Making Design Modifications to your space or get assistance from an architect to create your site plan: https://sf.gov/apply-shared-spaces-equity-grant
Need a parklet architect or a builder? Check out the designers, builders and architects who have attended previous Parklet Design Trainings:
Brand new "Intersection Safety and Visibility for Shared Spaces", a 2-min Public Service Announcement
Recorded Webinars and Trainings:
If you have questions please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOOD DELIVERY SERVICE FEES
From City and County of San francisco
Food Delivery Service Fees
Review and update your contracts with your delivery service provider like Grubhub, Doordash, and UberEats.
Otherwise, your fees may go up.
Until January 30, 2023:
A food delivery service can't charge a restaurant more than 15% of the price of an online order as a fee, commission, or charge.
Beginning on January 31, 2023:
The 15% limit on delivery fees will not apply when a food delivery service does both of the following:
1. Offers all restaurants the option to select a "core delivery service" option for a total fee, commission, or charge that is not more than 15% of the cost of the online order without having to pay more for other services.
2. Notifies all restaurants with existing contracts by December 1, 2022 that they have the option to get "core delivery service."
Follow this link or reach out directly to the service(s) you use:
Note: these ordinances are in addition to all the various State and Federal laws
All employees who work in San Francisco more than two hours per week, including part-time and temporary workers, are entitled to the San Francisco minimum wage.
All employees who work in San Francisco, including part-time and temporary workers, are entitled to paid time off from work when they are sick or need medical care, and to care for their family members or designated person when those persons are sick or need medical care.
Lactation in the Workplace
(operative January 1, 2018)
Consideration of Salary History
(operative July 1, 2018)
EMPLOYERS WITH 20 OR MORE EMPLOYEES TOTAL
(IN ANY LOCATION)
Health Care Security Ordinance
Employers with 20 or more employees (and non-profit employers with 50 or more employees) must spend a minimum amount set by law on health care for each employee who works eight or more hours per week in San Francisco.
Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance
As of January 1, 2014, employers with 20 or more employees are required to consider employees' requests for flexible or predictable work arrangements to assist with caregiving responsibilities.
Fair Chance Ordinance
As of August 13, 2014, employers are required to follow new rules regarding applicants’ and employees’ criminal history.
Paid Parental Leave Ordinance
Employers are required to provide up to 6 weeks of supplemental compensation to employees who receive California Paid Family Leave benefits to bond with a new child. This requirement applies to employers with 50 or more employees total (worldwide) as of January 1, 2017, employers with 35 or more employees as of July 1, 2017, and employers with 20 or more employees as of January 1, 2018.
FORMULA RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS
Formula Retail Employee Rights Ordinances
As of July 3, 2015, formula retail establishments must follow two new laws on scheduling, hours, and retention of employees.