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Please make a request to the appropriate department that maintains the records you are interested in reviewing. If you do not know which department maintains the records you are interested in reviewing, you may submit your request to the Office of the City Attorney.
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The City Attorney is appointed by the City Council.
No. The City Attorney cannot provide legal advice to private citizens on personal legal matters. The following organizations may be helpful to citizens seeking legal assistance:
The Municipal Code may be viewed online or at the Office of the City Clerk at:333 - 90th StreetDaly City, CA 94015
Please contact the Code Enforcement Division at 650-991-8260 or at:333 - 90th StreetDaly City, CA 94015
Please contact the Department of Public Works at 650-991-8038 or use Daly City iHelp for issues related to:
The Office of the City Clerk maintains records of official City documents. You may contact their office at 650-991-8078.
The City has a standard claim form that can be used for your convenience. Completed forms must be filed with the Office of the City Clerk, located at: 333 - 90th StreetDaly City, CA 94015
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You may print this form (PDF) or pick up a copy at the Office of the City Clerk. You may also call the Office of the City Clerk at 650-991-8078 to request a copy to be mailed to you.
Generally, a claim relating to death or injury to a person or to personal property should be filed within six months from the date of occurrence. For exceptions to this rule, please see California Government Code Section 911.2.
You must provide an itemized breakdown of how you computed the amount claimed. Attach copies of estimates, receipts, wage loss verification, photographs, and any other supporting documents.
The City will investigate your claim and a decision will usually be made to accept or reject the claim within 45 days from the date the claim is submitted, or longer, depending on the complexity. Notice of the decision shall be mailed to you at the address you provide on the claim form.