2014 Compliance Reporting Form

The San Francisco Commuter Benefits Ordinance requires businesses with locations in San Francisco and 20 or more employees nationwide to offer commuter benefits to employees. All businesses subject to the Ordinance should complete the Compliance Reporting Form below by April 30, 2014.

Important Update Regarding Compliance Reporting for 2014:

  • All businesses with a total of 50 or more employees across all sites in the Bay Area* combined will need to register with the new Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program, even if they have reported to San Francisco Department of the Environment in previous years. Your CEO should have received a letter with a unique Employer ID, which you will need for registration on their system at http://commuterbenefits.511.org.
  • If you are notified by the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program that you need to register with them, you should do so, even if you actually have fewer than 50 employees. Please complete the first page of the registration process at http://commuterbenefits.511.org, checking the box "We have less than 50 employees". Then complete the form below to be in compliance with the San Francisco Ordinance. Thank you for your cooperation.
  • All companies with less than 50 employees, but more than 20 nationwide, need to report to San Francisco Environment on the form below.

If you have any other questions about the 2014 Compliance Reporting Form or need assistance complying with the Ordinance, please call (415) 355-3727 or email CommuteSmart@sfgov.org.

*The Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program covers the nine Bay Area counties, including all of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties, as well as the western portion of Solano County (including Fairfield and points west) and the southern portion of Sonoma County (including Windsor and points south).
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