CITY BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT, AND VEHICLES

This is Chapter 4 of the San Francisco Administrative Code, titled “CITY BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT, AND VEHICLES.” It contains 27 laws.

§ 4.1
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS; ADMINISTRATION AND PROTECTION
§ 4.1-2
CITY HALL SHORT TERM LICENSE, FILMING, AND TOUR FEES; LISTED CATERERS
§ 4.10
USE OF CITY SEAL ON CITY-OWNED PASSENGER AUTOMOBILES; COLOR
§ 4.10-1
CITY-OWNED AND LEASED VEHICLES; FLEET MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
§ 4.11
USE OF CITY-OWNED VEHICLES
§ 4.12
AUTOMOBILE POOL
§ 4.13
AUTOMOBILE SELF-INSURANCE
§ 4.14
RESTRICTION ON USE OF POLLUTING EQUIPMENT
§ 4.15-1
AUTHORIZING CONDUCT OF STORE IN LAGUNA HONDA HOSPITAL
§ 4.18
LENDERS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO THE CITY FOR USE ON A TRIAL BASIS REQUIRED TO SAVE HARMLESS THE CITY, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES FOR LOSS OR INJURY TO PROPERTY – APPROVAL OF PURCHASER OF SUPPLIES
§ 4.19
USE OF CITY PROPERTY
§ 4.2
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES
§ 4.20
TOBACCO PRODUCT AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ADVERTISING PROHIBITION
§ 4.21
NAMING THE CIVIC AUDITORIUM FOR BILL GRAHAM
§ 4.22
NAMING THE HALL OF JUSTICE FOR THOMAS J. CAHILL
§ 4.23
RENTAL DEPOSITS; BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM AND MOSCONE CENTER CONVENTION CENTER
§ 4.24
PARKING FEE FOR CITY PARKING FACILITIES
§ 4.25
NAMING THE CITY-OWNED STADIUM AT CANDLESTICK POINT
§ 4.26
ANNUAL REPORT OF REVENUE RECOVERY FOR DAMAGE TO CITY PROPERTY
§ 4.3
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – CITY HALL
§ 4.4
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – EXCEPTIONS
§ 4.5
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – DEPOSIT OF FUNDS
§ 4.6
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – APPLICATION OF FEDERAL AND STATE LAWS; MAINTENANCE IN SANITARY CONDITION
§ 4.7
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – INSURANCE AGAINST CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES
§ 4.8
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – DURATION OF INSTALLATION AGREEMENT; REVOCATION OF AGREEMENT
§ 4.9
INSTALLATION OF VENDING STANDS AND MACHINES – ISSUANCE OF PERMITS FOR INSTALLATION AT SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL
§ 420-1
GENERAL ADVERTISING - PROHIBITION ON THE EXTERIOR OF CITY BUILDINGS AND ON STREET FURNITURE