Commission of Animal Control and Welfare
The Commission of Animal Control & Welfare is a representative body acting as the eyes and ears of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors with regard to animal issues within the City. The Commission is an advisory body and makes recommendations to the Board. The Board of Supervisors is responsible for all policy decisions and development.
Enacting Legislation Section 41.2
In addition to any other powers and duties set forth in this Article, the Commission of Animal Control and Welfare shall have the power and duty to:
Hold hearings and submit recommendations regarding animal control and welfare to the Board of Supervisors and Chief Administrative Officer. The Commission may study and recommend requirements for the maintenance of animals in public, private, and commercial care. The Commission may work with the Tax Collector to develop and maintain dog-licensing procedures and make recommendations.
NOTE: At the request of City Hall Building Management, Commission meetings have been moved to the third Thursday of the month, beginning with the meeting that will be held on September 19, 2013 and for every month after that.