San Francisco Department of the Environment

Directions and Accessibility Information

San Francisco Department of the Environment (SF Environment)
1455 Market Street, Suite 1200 (between 10th and 11th Street)
San Francisco, California 94103
Phone: (415) 355-3700
Email: [email protected]

Directions for Visiting

Map - If you are visiting the department, please bring photo identification to gain entry to the building. Public Transit: 

  • MUNI -The Department of the Environment is one block from the MUNI Metro Van Ness Station at Market Street, with J, K, L, M, and N line service. Bus routes serving this area include the 47, 49 Van Ness lines, the 6, 7, 71 Haight lines, and the 21 Hayes. The F Line Streetcar also serves Market Street. 
  • BART: The nearest BART station is Civic Center (Market/8th St/Grove Streets).

Bicycle Parking

Our building provides bike parking both in front of the building and in the parking garage. The parking garage is accessible for bikes through the lobby. Security will allow entry to the garage, and the bike racks will be visible upon entry. Bikes will need to be secured with locks and remain the owner's responsibility.

Accessibility Information

  • Commission and Committee Meetings: For information about language access and disability access for commission and committee meetings, visit the Commission on the Environment.
  • Office Meetings: Our office is fully accessible to persons using wheelchairs and other assistive mobility devices. For language assistance, contact (415)355-3700. 

Thank you for not wearing cologne, perfume, scented after-shave, perfumed hand lotion, and/or similar products. 

Fragrance Free Workplace

San Francisco's Language Access Ordinance

San Francisco's Language Access Ordinance (LAO) requires all public-serving City Departments to inform all Limited English Proficient (LEP) persons who seek services, in their native language, of their right to request interpretation or translation; to translate written materials and signs that provide important information about the Department's services or programs into the City's three most common non-English languages (Chinese, Filipino, and Spanish); and to provide access to staff that speak these languages.

San Francisco's Language Access Ordinance (Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs)

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