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Yes, this program, which includes First Time Homebuyer Assistance and the City’s Housing Rehabilitation Program, is administered by the Housing and Community Development Division of the Economic and Community Development Department. The City does not own or manage rental housing and cannot directly place people in housing units. For information on available housing, see our Housing Resources page
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Daly City is served by five public school districts:
Additionally, Daly City is in the San Mateo Community College District and is in close proximity to San Francisco State University.
The current City of Daly City job openings is listed on the Human Resources page. Other employment opportunities in or near Daly City can be found at CalOpps - an interactive website linking employers and job seekers.
The City of Daly City provides water service to almost every property in Daly City. If you have a question about your utility account - which includes water and garbage - you may contact the City’s Utility Billing Division at 650-991-8082. Republic Services is the franchised hauler for both residential and commercial solid waste and recycling in Daly City. You can find more information about garbage and recycling collection guidelines and schedules online at the Republic Services website or by phone at 650-756-1130. Other helpful recycling tips and information is available at the Recycle Works website and Daly City’s Go Green page.
Detailed instructions for appealing or paying for a parking citation are printed directly on the ticket. California Vehicle Code Section 40215 allows you to contest a parking citation, provided the citation was issued in error. View online instructions for contesting a parking citation.
Daly City Library has four branches; Serramonte Main Library, Westlake Branch, John Daly Branch, and Bayshore Branch. Information about the Daly City Library can be found at the Daly City Public Library Home Page.
Information about the Mayor and City Council can be found under the “Your Elected Officials” link. Other online information about City Departments is listed on the “City Services and Contact Directory” page.
No, marriage licenses, birth certificates, and other vital records for San Mateo County are processed by the San Mateo County Clerk-Recorder.
Please contact Daly City’s Abandoned Shopping Cart Retrieval reporting line at 650-991-5525. Leave a message with the information below in order to receive a response within 48 hours:
If after 72 hours you still notice the same shopping cart in the same location, please contact Daly City’s Department of Economic and Community Development at 650-991-8260.