The next deadline for Quarterly Reports is JULY 31, 2024 - File Your Report here

The Office of Short-Term Rentals (OSTR) works with the residents of San Francisco to ensure that short-term rental activity respects neighborhood character, preserves housing supply, and complies with the City's short-term residential rental regulations as found in Administrative Code. For questions, contact us at or 628.652.7599.

Become a Certified Host

Want to rent your unit for short-term stays? Register with our office and the Treasurer & Tax Collector.

Register as a host

Stay Compliant

Steps and procedures for hosts to meet compliance, including submitting quarterly reports.

Maintain Your Status

File a Complaint

Is there possible illegal rental activity in your neighborhood? Let us know so we can investigate.

Read About Complaints

FAQs on Short-Term Rentals

Details and information on common questions and situations you may have on short-term rentals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Quarterly Reporting

If you have an application with either an “open” or “under review” status, you do not need to submit a quarterly report. Quarterly reporting is required only for applications with a “closed-approved” status.

How To File Quarterly Reports

Follow our guide on how to submit reports to the SF Public Portal.

Read the Step-by-step guide

Ready to Submit?

Quarterly reporting is due at the end of January, April, July, and October.

File Quarterly Report