The Government Information Center is a depository for official San Francisco government documents. For information about other City programs and services, please visit the San Francisco City and County home page .
As required by law, agendas for all upcoming public meetings by City policy bodies (including City boards, commissions, and task forces) are posted at the GIC. Minutes for public meetings are also filed with the GIC.
San Francisco Archives
Some San Francisco documents are housed in the San Francisco History Center. The Library's collection of San Francisco government documents dates back to the 1800s.
Contacting Your Legislators - a PDF handout of current contact information for all local, state, and U.S. legislators representing San Francisco.
Board of Supervisors' video recordings are available at the Main Library.
Historical book titles that are good introductions to the workings of San Francisco government are:
Inside City Hall: A Guide To San Francisco City and County Government by the League of Women Voters of San Francisco (1995)
A Guide To City Hall, City and County of San Francisco [A Resource Book for the Lesbian and Gay Community] (1991)