In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, City Hall and thereby the Finance Department, is temporarily closed to the public for normal walk-in services until further notice. We are still available to help you meet many of your essential service needs without interruption by phone and online during our modified hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Mondays – Fridays, except Holidays).
You may call Finance’s main line at (650) 877-8505. Or, you can email us:
Web-Finance@ssf.net for general Finance inquiries.
BusLic@ssf.net for matters related to business licenses.
Payroll@ssf.net for matters related to employee payroll.
For information on parking permits, please visit us on the web at thepermitportal.com/ips
The duties of the South San Francisco Finance Department are to provide financial services to the departments of the City and to provide fiscal accountability and adequate control over the use of City funds.
The services provided by the Finance Department include maintaining the City's accounting system, auditing bills, managing payroll and purchasing procedures, issuing business licenses, managing parking districts, and collecting occupancy taxes and other City fees.
What is the Adult Use of Marijuna Act(AUMA)?
On November 8, 2016, California voters approved the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Cannabis Act (AUMA). The AUMA legalized the possession, use, and cultivation of non-medical cannabis for those who are 21 years of age or older and established a state system to regulate commercial cannabis activity.
How much cannabis can a person legally possess?
Persons over 21 years of age are allowed to possess, transport, purchase, obtain or give away up to 28.5 grams non-concentrated or 8 grams of concentrated non-medical cannabis.
Is smoking allowed in public spaces?
No, smoking of marijuana is not allowed in public places (except where authorized locally).