"To protect the quality of life, property values and the environment for residents and businesses of South San Francisco. This will be accomplished by insuring compliance with policies, codes, rules, regulations, and permits in a proper, timely fashion within the limits of the law."
This is the mission statement of the Community Preservation Task Force (CPTF), which was formed in 2002 to bring together different City and County Departments, local businesses, neighborhood groups and community members to identify priorities and better coordinate the use of resources on specific code enforcement problems/issues.
The Task Force was formed in response to a variety of citizen concerns regarding litter, illegal parking, property maintenance issues, etc. The Fire Department was chosen as the lead department on this project because of its responsibilities for Code Enforcement.
The goals of the Community Preservation Task Force are:
Identify specific code enforcement problems/issues
Develop specific strategies
Develop code enforcement action plans
Develop key performance indicators
Provide a coordination/focal point
Provide an opportunity to develop community based programs/activities
Report on Task Force success
Citizen Action Team
The Citizen Action Team (CAT) is a sub-committee of CPTF volunteers who dedicate time each week to assist the Code Enforcement Department in obtaining compliance to common neighborhood violations. Contact CPTF to learn more about CAT volunteer opportunities.
FOR MORE INFORMATION or to become a member of the Community Preservation Task Force contact Fire Prevention Technician Dennis Rosaia, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at (650) 829-6645 or e-mail him at .
YOU'RE INVITED TO JOIN US: The Task Force meets the second Wednesday of every month from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm in the Betty Weber Room (Municipal Services Building) at 33 Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco.
The CPTF would like to thank the South San Francisco City Council for their support and participation!