For Employees

To information below includes frequently requested employee forms, information, and links.

Employee Gateway

For access to Self Service Timesheets, Paystub Online, Employee Orientation and Benefits, Training available through the Department of Human Resources, and employee resources, follow this link to the Employee Gateway. 

Statement of Incompatible Activities

As mandated by the San Francisco Ethics Commission, the attached Statement of Incompatible Activities must be posted on our department website for employee and public reference. The statement identify activities that are incompatible, inconsistent or in conflict with the duties and mission of the department.

Department Forms

  1. Time Off - Employees must request any planned time off at least 5 business days in advance by filling out and submitting the Time Off Request Form. Make sure to include your own and your supervisor’s e-mail addresses under Notifications on the last page of the form so that the approver is notified of your request.

  2. Purchasing - To request the purchase of supplies, equipment, or other goods or services, fill out and submit the Purchase Request Form. The form will first go to Accounting to generate a Purchase Order, as required by the City Charter, and then the request will be routed to an authorized approver.

  3. Employee Expenses - Employees needing to pay for business expenses out of pocket must first get approval prior to incurring costs. Login to the Employee Gateway with your Disaster Service Worker (DSW) ID number and password, and click on Employee Links to fill out an Authorization or file an Expense Report online.  Be sure to attach any pertinent supporting documentation, such as itemized receipts, agendas, quotes, etc.  Requests will be routed to your supervisor, and then Finance for final approval.  For more information on the City's guidelines for employee reimbursement, click here

Other Employee Resources

  1. The Employee Handbook contains information on personnel rules, policies, and procedures.

  2. Find out more about how the City today is governed – check out San Francisco’s Municipal Codes and Charter here.

  3. Check out interactive tools, reports and other content to shed light on the City’s economy, finances, and operational performance on SFOpenBook.

  4. Find another City employee’s telephone number by going to the SFGOV Online Directory.

  5. IT support is provided through the City's General Services Agency. Place a request for assistance by clicking here. Please include your workstation number, phone number or extension in your request.