At various times, new sub-divisions are developed within the City and County of San Francisco. During the development of the subdivision, new roads and infrastructure may be required to support the development. Upon request by the project sponsor, and after the completion of project, the project sponsor is then responsible for the maintenance of the new roads and infrastructure.
These streets and infrastructure may then be offered to the City as public right of way upon completion of the warranty period.
Minimum Infrastructure and Roadway Requirements:
In order for the project’s roadway and infrastructure to be accepted, the following minimum requirements must be met. For a complete list of requirements, refer to the Subdivision Rules and Regulations (Appendixes I-XII , XIII):
Once it has been determined that the roadway and infrastructure has met all minimum standards, legislation is drafted for the incorporation of the land as right of way and to accept the maintenance responsibility of the infrastructure improvements. The legislation shall include the following:
For more information about mapping requirements, see our subdivision mapping website. Once the legislation has been developed, the Board of Supervisors will take appropriate action and if approved, the Mayor has 30 days to sign the legislation upon which the Ordinance takes effect 30 days after the Mayor’s signature.
For More Information:
San Francisco Public Works
Bureau of Street-use & Mapping
1155 Market Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103