Your Supervisor is your representative
San Francisco is divided into 11 districts, each represented by one member of the Board of Supervisors. Enter your address or explore the map to find which district you're in and see up-to-date contact information for your Supervisor.
Updated January 9th, 2023 for the 2023-2025 term.
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District 1 includes Seacliff, The Richmond (both Inner Richmond and Outer Richmond), Presidio Terrace, Lake Street, Vista Del Mar, and parts of Golden Gate Park.
Supervisor Connie Chan represents District 1. She was elected in November 2020 with a margin of 125 votes. She is up for re-election in November 2024.
District 2 includes the Presidio, the Marina, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Laurel Heights, Anza Vista, and Cathedral Hill.
Supervisor Catherine Stefani represents District 2. She was elected in November 2018 with a margin of 1,279 votes. She was re-elected in November 2022, where she ran unopposed. She is termed out in November 2026.
District 3 includes Fisherman's Wharf, Russian Hill, North Beach, Jackson Square, Chinatown, Nob Hill, and Lower Nob Hill.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin represents District 3. He was first elected in 2000 and was re-elected in 2004. San Francisco has a term limit of two consecutive terms, so Peskin was ineligible to run for re-election in 2008.
After taking one term off, Aaron Peskin ran for Supervisor again in November 2016 and was re-elected in November 2020 with a margin of 3,731 votes. He is termed out (again) and cannot run in November 2024.
District 4 includes the Sunset, the Outer Sunset, Parkside, part of Merced Manor south of Sloat and West of 19th, and includes the Great Highway and Sunset Boulevard.
Supervisor Joel Engardio represents District 4. He was elected in November 2022 with a margin of 469 votes. Supervisor Engardio made history by defeating incumbent Supervisor Gordon Mar, which was the first time an elected incumbent was defeated since district elections were enacted in 2000. Engardio is also the first openly gay Supervisor to ever be elected on the West Side of San Francisco. He is up for re-election in November 2026.
District 5 includes the Panhandle, Nopa, the Haight, Hayes Valley, the Fillmore, Japantown, parts of Civic Center, and the Tenderloin.
Supervisor Dean Preston represents District 5. He was elected in November 2019 in a special election with a margin of 185 votes. He is up for re-election in November 2024.
District 6 includes the East Cut, South Beach, South Park, Mid-Market, Rincon Hill, Mission Bay, the Design District, the 6th Street Corridor, and the Leather Cultural District.
Supervisor Matt Dorsey represents District 6. He was appointed in May 2022 after Matt Haney won his race for State Assembly. He won his election for his first full term in November 2022 by a margin of 998 votes. He is up for re-election in November 2026.
District 7 includes the Inner Sunset, Golden Gate Heights, Forest Knolls, Forest Hill, Midtown Terrace, Inner Parkside, West Portal, St. Francis Wood, Sunnyside, Westwood Park, Ingleside Terraces, Stonestown, Parkmerced, and SF State University.
Supervisor Myrna Melgar represents District 7. She was elected in November 2020 with a margin of 2,191 votes. She is up for re-election in November 2024.
District 8 includes the Castro, Duboce Triangle, Buena Vista, Cole Valley, Eureka Valley, Noe Valley, Diamond Heights, Upper Market, Glen Park, and the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District.
Supervisor Rafael Mandelman represents District 8. He was elected in the June 2018 special election with a margin of 7,316 votes. This special election was to fill the seat vacated by Scott Wiener after his election to California Senate in November 2017. He was elected in November 2018 to serve his first full term, and re-elected for a second term in Novermber 2022. He is termed out in November 2026.
District 9 includes the Mission, Bernal Heights, the Portola, Holly Park, University Mound, and the Calle 24 Latino Cultural District.
Supervisor Hillary Ronen represents District 9. She was elected in November 2016 with a margin of 8,723 votes and ran unopposed for relection in 2020. She is termed out in November 2024.
District 10 includes Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, Silver Terrace, Bayview, Hunters Point, Candlestick Point, Visitacion Valley, and Sunnydale.
Supervisor Shamann Walton represents District 10. He was elected in November 2018 with a margin of 3,731 votes. He was re-elected in November 2022 and is termed out in November 2026.
District 11 includes Mission Terrace, Excelsior, Balboa Park, Crocker Amazon, Ingleside, Oceanview, and the Outer Mission.
Supervisor Ahsha Safaí represents District 11. He was elected in November 2016 with a margin of 782 votes. He is termed out in November 2024.
Download the map of Supervisor districts in San Francisco. This Supervisor district map was last updated in April 2022, after redistricting.