Tweet requests for City and County of San Francisco Government information and services. Choose how to contact us 24 x 7. Call 3-1-1, visit SF311.org, or download the new SF311 Mobile App on App Store or Google Play, or Tweet your request to SF311.
Remember, for a police, fire, medical, or other emergency, call 911 immediately. Tweets are not monitored all the time and cannot be used for emergency requests.
Sending Public Requests to SF311
You can always send a Public Mention by including "@SF311" in your Tweet.
Other people can view your request and response from SF311.
Sending Private Direct Messages to SF311
To keep your information private, send a Direct Message. We allow Direct Messages from anyone, see the Twitter instructions on sending Direct Messages at: https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/direct-messages
Now you can send SF311 Direct Messages:
- Add "@SF311" at beginning of your Tweet
- Include request details including location when it applies
SF311 will confirm your request by providing a Service Request number, answer your question, or request additional information. Twitter is a third party service and the City and County of San Francisco cannot guarantee its availability or response time.
Still Have Questions about SF311 on Twitter?
Visit our Twitter FAQ.