Public Works' mapping division processes and reviews all subdivision projects that occur in San Francisco, including all condominium conversions. We also provide surveying services for all city agencies.
To increase efficiency and reduce paper consumption, the Office of the City and County Surveyor requires that all project applications be submitted electronically.*
Residential Condominium Conversion (2 Residential Units ONLY)
Condominium Conversion Process Flowchart - Both Units Owner Occupied
Expedited Conversion Program (ECP) - Group 5 (2-6 Residential Units) - See Expedited Conversion Program Below
Lot Line Adjustment - For Adjusting Property Lot Lines
Monument Referencing - For Survey Monuments Threatened by Construction
6. New Construction Condominium - For Adding Unit(s) to an Existing Building or Creating a New Property and Ultimately Creating Condominiums
7. Parcel - Final Map - For Lot Subdivisions
8. Record of Survey - For surveys prepared and sealed by a registered CA land surveyor identifying the boundaries of land and real property
9. Sidewalk Legislation - For Sidewalk Changes
11. Certificate of Compliance - For Finding Existing Lots in Compliance with the Subdivision Map Act
Fee Schedule - Public Works' Subdivisions Division application processing and map review fees
Subdivision Project Tracking System - To track the status of your project
Sample Pictures for Application - Acceptable sample pictures
Expedited Conversion Program (ECP)
Partial Suspension of ECP Program - As of 8/15/2017
ECP - NO Tenants
Owner Affidavit For No New Evictions and No New Tenants - Shall be signed and submitted within 30 days of the mylar submittal package.
ECP - With Tenants
Instruction & forms for buildings with tenants - Documents listed below shall be submitted as part of the checkprint submittal package.
Documents listed below shall be submitted as part of the mylar submittal package.
ECP 20 Day Tentative Map Notices
Alpha maps - find historic maps that may show monuments and property lines
Assessors block maps - find lot dimensions/property lines of a specific property
Benchmark data search - redirected to CCSF Geodetic Network page
Dedication, grade, and monument maps - find street name changes, sidewalk/street width (right of way), slope, elevation and monuments
Historic block diagrams - find historic diagrams of a particular assessor block
Recorded maps - find the owner(s) who recorded the map, the date the map recorded, recordation information and new lot numbers
Street name changes - to change/rename a street name
Scanned maps - for additional maps, such as Corner Records, A-Maps, Q-Maps, Field Notes and Recorded Maps
Effective Immediately - All submittals in electronic format Checkprint in PDF format
Assessor's Parcel Numbers are required on all Mylar submittals. We do not require complete condominium plans, only the numbers to verify with the Assessor's Office.
If the package received by our office is reviewed and deemed incomplete, you will be assessed a $250 fee for additional review cost.
Office of the Assessor-Recorder current recording fee
Final Map examples
Parcel Map examples
Tentative Map examples
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San Francisco Public Works
Bureau of Street-Use and Mapping
1155 Market Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 554-5827
Fax: (415) 554-5324