Prevent Sewer Overflows
Enroll in the City’s free Digital Compliance Reporting Program for Food Service Establishments in San José
Complete the form below to enroll in the City of San José’s free Digital Compliance reporting program. After you sign up, you’ll receive an email invitation to access your unique business profile where you can upload maintenance documents and monitor your compliance. This free service will help your business stay in compliance with Title 15.14 of the San José Municipal Code.
Have questions about the program? Contact email@example.com or (408) 945-3000
A software system that allows you to upload your grease control device maintenance documents directly to the City of San José.
Nothing! Participation is free and highly encouraged.
It’s Easy! Upload records on your computer or mobile device or have your service provider do it for you.
It’s Secure! Your records are confidential and viewable only by you, your service provider, and City FOG Inspectors.
It’s Compliant! Completed compliance records uploaded to this service are compliant with section 15.14.650 of the San José Municipal Code. Your FOG Inspector can review your compliance without inspecting your facility. If an issue arises, we’ll work with you to resolve it, saving you time.
It’s Free! Store your grease control device maintenance records online at no cost to your business.
San José area service providers have been invited to join the system. If your service provider is participating, it will be able to upload your documents on your behalf with your authorization. You'll be able to view the documents the service provider uploads from your SwiftComply business profile.
*Please note, haulers are not required to sign up, so if yours is not participating you will need to upload your documents.
Complete your maintenance record-keeping log as usual, then take a photo of it and upload it to your SwiftComply Digital Compliance Profile.
Use a smartphone or other mobile device to access your profile. When you are prompted to choose a file, the button will default to your camera to take a photo of the document. No need for a scanner or desktop computer!